Las Vegas Travel News 12/10/2010
Ring in the New Year, Vegas-style | Las Vegas Blogs
If you plan on ringing in the New Year in Las Vegas, keep this guide handy!
Hunkering Down at La Cave || VegasChatter
I've been pretty stoked about the opening of La Cave at Wynn. Reading this review makes me even more excited to check it out!
Technology, social media changing how tourism leaders market Nevada – Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 | 10:48 a.m. – Las Vegas Sun
There's a shift in the way Nevada is marketing itself, and that means more social media integration!
Las Vegas hooker-turned-crusader gets own reality show – Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 | 2:05 a.m. – Las Vegas Sun
Hookers: Saved on the Strip is a new reality show about women caught up in prostitution in Las Vegas who leave the business. I can't decide if this helps perpetuate a stereotype about Las Vegas or provides a perspective that is worth talking about. What do you think?
“SINATRA Dance With Me” Announces Las Vegas Cast : VegasNews.com – Las Vegas News
The Wynn's new show's cast has been announced. Here's who you can expect to find on stage.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with 3rd Annual TributePalooza at Fremont Street Experience : VegasNews.com – Las Vegas News
The schedule of events on Fremont Street for New Year's Eve.
Lawmakers to consider bills that would limit text messaging – Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010 | 4:20 p.m. – Las Vegas Sun
There's a move within the state to prohibit drivers from using their cell phones while driving. Speaking from a Las Vegas point of view, there is a lot going on in the city, and people are frequently distracted by all of the stimulation, especially near Las Vegas Boulevard. This law, in my opinion, would be a good one to enact.
Las Vegas Weekly : “Photos: It’s the most wonderful wintertime of the year at the Bellagio” by Robin Leach: Luxe Life
The winter scenery in Bellagio's conservatory is up! Stop by through the beginning of January to enjoy!
Convenience, affordability at odds in county recycling debate – Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010 | 2 a.m. – Las Vegas Sun
In many people's eyes, Las Vegas is an environmental nightmare. Ongoing discussions regarding recycling could impact the ease at which people can make eco-friendly decisions.
Eiffel Restaurant Sheds New Light on Vegas Dining | Las Vegas Blog
As someone who snaps photos of my food for WhyGo Las Vegas and various other blogs, I can appreciate the difficulty in doing so with poor restaurant lighting, but the Eiffel Tower Restaurant has come up with a way to make photography easier and better for foodies. Time for a visit!
Las Vegas Weekly : “Exclusive: Barry Manilow to perform at Nobel Peace Prize ceremony” by Robin Leach: Luxe Life
A little piece of Las Vegas will be represented in Oslo, Norway.