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Interbike will be held in Las Vegas this year and next. After that? Who knows?
Could be Denver or Anaheim, says Lifeboat Solutions Lance Camisasca on BRAIN.
Denver would be good for industry rides, although not as warm as this one to Lake Mead and back:
Carried below is the latest news from Nevada’s City of Lost Wages. Who else thinks a dedicated seafood buffet in the middle of a bakin’ hot desert can’t be good for the planet?
“From Indonesian freshwater prawns to Pacific salmon, Alaskan king crab, Canadian snow crab, shrimp from China and slipper tail lobster from Southeast Asia, the Village Seafood Buffet purchases more than 200 tons of fresh seafood annually.”
And while the MGM Grand may attract Interbike attendees with the first ‘Ultra Pool’ in Las Vegas - 53,000square feet of aqua-hedonism - exactly how bio-aware is the provision of “two saltwater pools – and six cascading waterfalls” in a city that already has enough pointless water features?
PRESS RELEASE: Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
Bellagio Becomes Home to Most Master Sommeliers in the World
Bellagio recently announced the induction of Joseph Phillips of Sensi into the Court of Master Sommeliers.
Phillips becomes the fourth member of Bellagio’s already impressive team of Master Sommeliers, joining Robert Smith of Picasso, Jason Smith of MICHAEL MINA Bellagio, and Director of Wine Robert Bigelow.
This honor establishes the record for the most Master Sommeliers at a single property anywhere in the world.
Home to a record 18 sommeliers, four of whom are female, Bellagio has become a place where aspiring sommeliers become masters.
Considered the highest honor among wine professionals, the title of Master Sommelier recognizes the utmost level of wine and spirits knowledge
The Rio Opens the Only Seafood Buffet in Las Vegas
Las Vegas’ only seafood buffet, located at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, is now open.
Refined, elegant and boldly designed, the Village Seafood Buffet is under the direction of acclaimed Chef Richard Leggett, serving the freshest seafood from around the world, flown in daily with restaurant-style execution.
From Indonesian freshwater prawns to Pacific salmon, Alaskan king crab, Canadian snow crab, shrimp from China and slipper tail lobster from Southeast Asia, the Village Seafood Buffet purchases more than 200 tons of fresh seafood annually.
Wet Republic – Las Vegas’ First Ultra Pool - Debuts at MGM Grand This Month
This month, MGM Grand unveils Wet Republic, a 53,000-square-foot ultra pool combining a nightlife vibe with poolside pampering and relaxation.
An adults-only mecca, Wet Republic will feature eight separate pools and spas – including two saltwater pools – and six cascading waterfalls.
Adjacent to the main pool area, Wet Republic will feature an open-air ultra lounge, a bar, a sundeck that transforms into a stage, a DJ booth and eight state-of-the-art underwater speakers.
The space will feature 6 VIP bungalows, 10 party cabanas, 18 spacious day beds and more than 80 oversized deluxe chaise lounges.
Riviera Hotel & Casino Undergoes Multi-Million Dollar Remodeling Project
The Riviera Hotel & Casino is renovating all 2,075 guest rooms and suites in addition to its casino and meeting space.
The first 980 Signature Rooms, located in the Monaco Tower, are scheduled to be completed by October.
Once the renovations are complete, 1,836 of the 2,075 rooms will be smoke-free.
The remodel includes new bathrooms, furniture, lighting, artwork, ceramic tile, marble vanities, bath fixtures, bedding, wall covering, drapes, Euro beds, flat-screen plasma televisions, wireless internet connection and iPod/MP3 alarm clock radios.
Comedian Roseanne Barr Announces an Engagement at the Sahara Hotel and Casino
Emmy award-winning comedian Roseanne Barr brings her everyday humor and observations to the Sahara Hotel and Casino.
Barr will perform in the Sahara’s legendary Congo Room, a 520-capacity entertainment venue.
Following a move to Los Angeles in 1983 to pursue stand-up comedy, Barr was extremely successful, landing her first television appearance on the Johnny Carson Show in 1985. Little did she know that, more than 20 years later, fate would bring her to the Sahara’s Congo Room, where Carson himself once performed.
Barr’s namesake television show ran for nine seasons, picking up four Emmys, two Golden Globes, six People’s Choice Awards, and many other accolades.