Scott encounters an alien and its mothership. Melissa gets fogged in during a restaurant trip. And we bump into Tony Hsieh (maybe). Just another evening in downtown Vegas.
Structuring construction. Producing FSE shows. The Project for Downtown. A first peek at St. Paddy’s Day. Show notes:
- MOVERS & SHAKERS: Brandon Wiegand, Focus Commercial Group
- ENTERTAINERS: David Adams – Owner/Producer, Face Productions
- WHERE YOU FROM?!?: Montage – The process of creating a VivaVision video
- MEET THE NEIGHBORS: Kim Schaefer – Communicator, Downtown Project
- BEST BETS: Megan Conklin, Fremont Street Experience
- SHOOT LOCATION: Third Street Stage
Structuring construction. Producing FSE shows. The Project for Downtown. A first peek at St. Paddy’s Day.
With Melissa preparing for a surgery, Scott talks with Jeff Victor, president of the Fremont Street Experience. Together they discuss the good, bad, and funny of Fremont Street, from bands that rock (and one that sucked) to how many people visit Fremont Street a year. Scott and Jeff close with a BIG announcement that is the first of it’s kind in Vegas.
Scott and Pimpin’ Wayne hold court on this episode of Living in Las Vegas. We start by recounting the antics of a ninja wanna be (bringing a knife, no matter how large, to a gun fight is a bad idea), question why some stores are already selling Christmas items, find an amazing community theater, and wrap up by detailing part of the exploding Fremont Street scene.