Those who work in sportsbooks have been on an unwanted hiatus for months as the coronavirus forced properties to turn out the lights.
Las Vegas has a lot in common with Dennis Rodman. I think of the Rodman-Vegas analogy because they are both amazing rebounders.
The mere sight of a $50 bill would turn the eminent sports-betting figure a whiter shade of pale.
For nearly 25 years, 98 Degrees founding member, Jeff Timmons, along with Nick and Drew Lachey, and Justin Jeffre have 10 million records sold.
Every one of us has a story worth telling, and there are at least a few friends and family members that would benefit from reading it.
If you are an entertainer in Las Vegas, you know you’ve made it when you’ve been “Portnoyed.”
How many will the virus have killed? How many will it have driven into early retirement or permanently out of Las Vegas?
The term “20-20” is supposed to mean excellent vision, but who out there celebrating the start of the decade months ago saw this coming?
Given the state of our industry, and the world for that matter, my time for reflection and self-examination continues each day.
The year was 1981. The location: Alias Smith & Jones restaurant on Twain Avenue on the east side of town.
Growing up in Steubenville, Ohio shooting pool was a way of life. And gambling on it was also customary.
Over the last month I have found several reasons to be positive in a world currently enveloped in black crepe paper.
It has been said not all superheroes wear capes. These days, they wear masks, gloves, gowns and protective face shields.
So how’s your COVID-19 social distancing going? I wish that were an April Fool’s joke.
Normally, Tuesday is a busy day for the Gaming Today staff. These days of course, the word “normal” has taken on a far different meaning.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s commercial flashed across my television screen, the images all too familiar.
The Las Vegas Strip looks like a ghost town in a futuristic movie where Godzilla finally conquered.
Back on March 9, I was attempting to purchase sanitary wipes for our workers at Gaming Today
As I’m sure all readers of Gaming Today have learned through the years, it is the sure-thing bet that burns you like wildfire.
Snaking its way 3,100 miles across the middle of America is U.S. Highway 50, sometimes called the Heartland Highway.
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