October in Vegas

What happens in Vegas in October? Pool Closings and Halloween Parties. Most Vegas pools close the end of October, as the daily high temperatures drift into the 60s.

Halloween in Vegas

Halloween has become a major party holiday, and no city is better at throwing a Party than Las Vegas.  The people over at Vegas Chatter have done a nice job of  listing most of the Vegas Halloween Parties, including which celebrity is hosting. Of course, celebrity is a relative term. Celebrities include such notables as Bridget Marquardt, think of  Holly Madison, at Planet Hollywood and Snooki, Jersey Shore, at Caesars.

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Golden Gate Owners buy Fitzgeralds

The new owner has plans to renovate the rooms, long over-due, and the second floor, also over-due. More details can be found in the RJ

Troubles at the Tropicana

  • The rise and seeming fall of the new pool area Nikki Beach/Club as dutifully chronicled in Vegas Chatter.
  • The new MOB Experience is not being experienced by many, at least not at the Trop.
  • Gladys Knight’s stay at the Tropicana  is cut short, October 29 is the last show date. Story in LVSun
  • President and COO Thomas McCartney has resigned, to take effect October 31. Story in RJ

Holly Madson Stays In Vegas

Harrahs Blog has announced that Holly Madison’s contract in Peep Show has been extended through the end of 2012. As noted in their post:

Holly Madison just signed a multi-million dollar extension contract to remain in her role as “Bo Peep” through 2012.

In a related story, People Magazine is reporting that Holly Madison has insured her breasts for $1 Million.

“I think it’s kind of funny. I think they’re getting the credit they deserve,” she said. “They’re my primary money makers right now.” Holly Madison quote from People Magazine

 Margaritaville Expands at The Flamingo

Margaritaville at the Flamingo is no longer just a restaurant/bar it is now a full fledged casino, or at least a fledgling casino. As CBS News Vegas reports, the new casino takes over the space previously occupied by the Steakhouse and a very long Hallway. The new casino has 22 tables and 220 slots.

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