Find Search for: It’s the weekend and you’re awake searching the web to tell you how to best recover from late night drinking. We’ve all been there, you’re not alone. So, what exactly happened to your body last night? You drank too much alcohol, you either didn’t eat before going out or you forgot to eat during and after drinking. Your stomach couldn’t absorb the heavy amounts of alcohol you consumed; the alcohol became quickly absorbed into your blood stream; your liver became flooded with alcohol content. While the alcohol was in your liver, it underwent a metabolic process...Read More
Month: October 2016
Dicey problem: Wall of taco trucks surround Trump’s Las Vegas hotel. Hey there Trump, wanna taco ‘bout it?
[smartslider3 slider=4] Earlier this week the Third Presidential Debate took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. To which some local food vendors replied, this may be good for business… something to taco ‘bout. The Culinary Union chose to build a wall of trucks around Trump’s International Las Vegas hotel near the UNLV where the debate was held. In addition to the taco trucks, a banner was held allowing people to sign for good fun. The purpose of the taco-filled food wall outside of Trump’s Las Vegas hotel: “We’re reminding Mr. Trump that immigrant workers here and across the country will be watching the debate and voting in November,” said Yvanna Cancela, Political Director for the largely immigrant led union. Last December, Trump’s hotel workers chose to unionize. Their position, Trump refuses to bargain on workers’ rights issues. A vote took place and the union was put into effect. Their union is partnered with such groups as: The American Bridge, Latino Victory Project, PLAN Action, iAmerica Action, Center for Community Change Action, For Our Future, among others. “Everyone coming together is really about sending a message that we reject Trump and the politics of hate,” said iAmerica president Rocio Saenz. In addition to their hilarious attempt to bring attention to Trump’s bigotry, and hate-filled speech, The Culinary Union has been working year-long to help neutralize immigrants interested in voting against Trump...Read More
TheVegas7 brings you a simple version of the life behind the voice: The man, Bob Dylan, yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
[smartslider3 slider=3] Modesty is a rare thing to experience in today’s day of age. But, with poise and grace, singer/songwriter, Bob Dylan, continues to treat fans to purity and peace, amid a time where most of us find ourselves in chaotic noise. The renowned rock star performed, live, Oct. 13th, at the Chelsea theater at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Earlier, that same day, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. “…for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” Without speaking a word in detail about the award, he took to his night’s work...Read More
A shoplifter of a local Walmart in Las Vegas, Nevada experienced exploding biscuits in his anus this week. Klein, 41 and local resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, and his partner, Jerry Weis, took several cans of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls into the Walmart bathroom. Customers witnessed this, and after hearing moans and noticing the strange behavior of the men (they were in the bathroom for nearly 20 minutes), security was sent in to investigate. When Klein came out of the bathroom, the guard asked to see the groceries initially taken into the bathroom. Klein refused to show anything to the...Read More
Las Vegas’ Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show begins November 1st and runs through November 4th. It takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109. You’re going to find over 2,500 new products on display with over 2,400 exhibiting companies. Show your support for new and local brands and watch as they compete for attention from the big dogs of the industry. Here are two of the highlighting attractions set to debut at the event. Nissan’s Fastest Creation Yet: The New GT-R Will Be On Display. Nissan is expected to...Read More
- Austin “Chumlee” Russell’s Candy Shop Opens at Pawn Plaza in Downtown Las Vegas
- “Circus 1903” is Coming to Paris Las Vegas
- Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 54: Chumlee’s Candy, Front Yard Preview and Vegas Fun for Old Folks
- Wynn Hotel Sues DC Club for Stealing ‘XS’ Logo
- Bellagio Conservatory Embraces Italian Roots With First-Time Capri-Inspired Display