Francis Ford Coppola considers the new “Apocalypse Now” as the definitive version, completing a four-decade journey turning what was almost a mess into the masterwork he envisioned from the start.
Whenever a major hotel-casino opened in Las Vegas, Cashman Photo would invariably begin working from the new resort.
Whether you’re trying to impress a client or your employees, or have a huge expense account and the boss doesn’t mind an occasional splurge, opportunities abound in Las Vegas to run up that restaurant tab.
Beni Velazquez, formerly of Bar + Bistro downtown, plans a new restaurant on South Pecos Road near Tropicana, while Sparrow + Wolf’s Brian Howard cooks at the ballpark.
Opportunity Village now offers Bakery Treats, assortments of sweet goodies, with boxes starting at $9.99.
It’s just two classic ingredients, but it’s a great way to help deal with the blast furnace that we affectionately call summer.
RJ readers know where to find this distinctively flavored beverage.
For better or worse, there’s no place quite like Las Vegas. And that uniqueness definitely extends to some of its restaurants.
Intersect, aiming to merge music and technology, debuts in December with Kacey Musgraves, Beck and more.
UFC legend and action-film star Randy Couture joined the fray at Mondays Dark, playing harmonica on “A Hard Day’s Night.”