Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 62: “Tape Face,” Vanishing Fountains, Resorts World and a Tipsy Bronto

We’re pretty much despondent about the recent tragedy here in Las Vegas. So, we have a couple of options. We can wallow, or snark on. Guess which one we’re going to do.

This week’s episode of the podcast went live a mere hour or two before the horrendous shooting that left hundreds injured and dead on Oct. 1, 2017. At the time the show was recorded, Las Vegas was fun and carefree. It will be that again.

In the meantime, we’re going to write what we write and podcast what we podcast, although now it all seems absurdly trivial.

But, you know what? Life and Las Vegas are, it turns out, absurdly trivial. It’s all trivial. So, hug your kids, pour yourself a drink and revel in the triviality. Because we’re all lucky to be here, triviality and all.

In this week’s trainwreck of a show, we share the inside scoop on everything you need to know about the most exciting city in the world, Ft. Wayne, Indiana. We also talk about Vegas a little.

We cover all the drama around a Samsung Galaxy Studio opening on the Caesars Palace fountains, rumors of a zipline at Linq promenade, Kaaboo coming to Vegas, “Tape Face” at Flamingo and the latest from Resorts World and more.

Tape Face
Based upon how much fun we had at his show, expect Tape Face to soon be a staple on The Strip.

Also on the show, we give you the juicy about a mishap with Bronto, the high reach excavator at the Las Vegas Club demolition.

There’s also news about Carbone at Aria, Surrender nightclub, downtown’s Carson Kitchen, Wynn Plaza’s reveal, a Culinary Road Trip at Downtown Grand and double murderer O.J. Simpson’s release from the big house.

Carbone at Aria isn’t just a restaurant, it’s foreplay.

Beyond the news, we’ve got a listicle that spells out “10 Things You Miss When You Leave Las Vegas.”

Shove some Vegas in your ears! There’s nothing else going on in there.