Self-Portrait @ Pinball Hall of Fame
As a photographer, I had a field day at the Pinball Hall of Fame, arguably one of Vegas’s best secrets. Here is the first of many images and videos.
Staring Down the Ghost of Clubbing Past w/ Aaron Goodwin of Ghost Adventure
One of my many favorite things about Vegas is that you never know who will turn up at a nightclub. Last night I hit up Vanity at the Hard Rock with the girls of the LV Weekly Team Hangover crew. And who did I run into but the cast of the Travel Channel’s show “Ghost Adventure.” Aaron told me that he indeed believes in ghosts. I do not, but I didn’t hassle him about it because I imagine he has a vested interest in that belief. And while I don’t believe in ghosts, I do believe in ghost HUNTERS. All in all, a fun time at the hippest, hoppest, coolest new club in town. (Just don’t tell the other new clubs I said so.)
Viewing Deck of the Stratosphere (NOT Level 107 Bar)
READ MY BAR COLUMN HERE!!!!!!!!
It took two tries to find the perfect Stratosphere bar. Most people wouldn’t give the Stratosphere that many chances. But that is why most people aren’t bar columnists.
Models Cavort at Level 107 Lounge atop the Stratosphere
As you can see in the above photo, the Level 107 bar was more than worth the exploration.
Check it out. And read my stuff. And remember, if you’re drinking, you won’t have to pay to get to the top. How’s that for a deal?
Though it’s embarrassing, I’ve realized that I really do want to become a rich and famous authoress. In order to help facilitate that dream, I’m going to make myself more visible on this blog. Incidentally, I also recently discovered iMovie on my Mac. So when I was trying out this awesome new restaurant called Sage at the new casino Aria at City Center, I filmed the absinthe service. I hope that you will find this film to be as fun as educational as I did. Oh and vote for me for prom queen. (just kidding on that last part.)
For the record, it took a year and a half of living in Las Vegas for me to pawn off my own sex appeal as a way to push my journalism.
My legs as They Wait for Valet at Aria
Read About My Experience HERE
Self Portrait: Kissing 2009 Goodbye
Big smiles, but no kisses at midnight
Mericia & I at the "Friendly Bar" at Sahara Hotel & Casino
Contrary to what you may be thinking, this is not one of those cheesy New Years Resolution blog posts. As for resolutions, I haven’t gotten around to making any yet. Instead, I encourage you all to continue a vice in 2010. Vices have a much higher success rate than resolutions, thus promoting a higher self-esteem. I suggest that you choose the vice of “drinking in sundry Vegas bars.” If, for whatever reason, this vice is not available to you, then I suggest you do the next best thing and read my bar column.
My most recent bar adventure happened at a wonderful little nook in the otherwise down-trodden Sahara Hotel and Casino. Their main claim to fame is their Dollar Beer/Shot/Hot Dog menu and one really awesome bartender. This may not seem like much, but having been to many many Vegas bars, I tell you, it beats the hell out of novelty bars.
READ ALL ABOUT MY BARXPLOITS HERE!