Las Vegas Travel News 01/20/2011
Nove Italiano Celebrates Valentine’s Day with Amore Mio Cooking Class on Feb. 5 : VegasNews.com – Las Vegas News
Nove Italiano is offering cooking classes for Valentine's Day … and you can win a spot! Details are here.
Sister, friends mourn slain ‘Fantasy’ dancer at Luxor – Friday, Jan. 14, 2011 | 4:02 p.m. – Las Vegas Sun
Flores Narvaez's death is a sad loss for Las Vegas. This is a recap of the memorial service, held last Friday.
Who Will You Believe in The Great Criss Angel Debate? || VegasChatter
Criss Angel's Believe has always received sketchy reviews. Here is one from VegasChatter; it sounds like the show really hasn't gotten any better.
Should You Stay At The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas? || HotelChatter
HotelChatter gets in its two cents on staying at the Cosmopolitan.
Water level at Lake Mead could rise thanks to wet winter, report says – Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011 | 1:55 a.m. – Las Vegas Sun
It's good to hear that all of the rain and winter weather we've had in Las Vegas this year will have a positive effect on the dwindling Lake Mead.
Small Plates, Big Impact: La Cave Food and Wine Hideaway @ Wynn Las Vegas | Two Way Hard Three | Las Vegas Casino & Design Blog | from ratevegas.com
Alex is out, La Cave is in. Here is another positive review of Las Vegas' newest tapas restaurant.
Stratosphere undergoes $20 million renovation – Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 | 2:05 a.m. – Las Vegas Sun
The Stratosphere is in need of a facelift. I'm excited to see the results of this renovation.
Las Vegas Raises the (Gold) Bar With a Gold ATM | Las Vegas Blog
Categorize this one under Only in Vegas. The city has everything else, so why not an ATM that distributes gold bars too?
Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year | Las Vegas Blogs
The winter holidays have left Las Vegas! Time to ring in the Chinese New Year. Here are places in the city where you can enjoy the holiday.
Righthaven extends copyright lawsuit campaign to individual Web posters – Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011 | 4:33 p.m. – Las Vegas Sun
It's hard to believe that these Review Journal copyright lawsuits are still going on. Public opinion seems to be that their frivolous and a waste of tax payer money. After this fiasco, I sort of wonder if anyone will bother using the publication as a source for anything.