Topic: las vegas

Meet Imagine Dragons: The Rock Band That’s Going To Be Coming To A City Near You

Meet Imagine Dragons: The Rock Band That's Going To Be Coming To A City Near You

About a month ago, Imagine Dragons’ Continued Silence EP starting popping up all over my newsfeed. And right around the time I finally listened to it, I got an offer to interview them. And then I got worried that I would sound like a crazy fangirl during the interview. Because in a matter of days, I had become obsessed with Imagine Dragons. I love them. More »

The Pauly D Project Fails As Reality TV For The Same Reasons DJ Pauly D Succeeds As A Person

The Pauly D Project Fails As Reality TV For The Same Reasons DJ Pauly D Succeeds As A Person

Last night, MTV premiered The Pauly D Project, the first of what will probably be many Jersey Shore spinoffs. The show follows the exploits of one Paul “DJ Pauly D” Del Vecchio and his entourage of Rhode Island bros as as they ride Pauly D’s reality TV fame to such exotic locales as Las Vegas, Puerto Rico, and the insides of many, many vaginas. More »

Choice Quotes And Prostitute Pranks From ‘Hookers: Saved On The Street’

Choice Quotes And Prostitute Pranks From 'Hookers: Saved On The Street'

Last night was the premiere of Investigation Discovery’s new show Hookers: Saved on the Strip. And boy was it terrible! Not even in a hilarious way, but in a way that was just boring and sort of depressing. Sadface emoticon!

The show revolves around Annie Lobert, an ex-prostitute who founded Hookers for Jesus, a Las Vegas safe house that rehabs sex workers. Last night’s ep introduced us to a woman named Regina who’d been hooking for over a decade before deciding to get out of the game. As Regina hopped around from minimum wage job interview to minimum wage job interview, we began to get the impression that she has absolutely no skills — or even interests — whatsoever. More »

1,000 Las Vegas Tunnel People Live Better Than We Do

1,000 Las Vegas Tunnel People Live Better Than We Do

There are certain degrading things that you have to deal with when you live in New York. Like the time I took the tour at Alcatraz only to realized that their inmates had more space than I did in Manhattan at the time. Meanwhile, I had committed no crimes and paid $400 for the privilege to live on 105th Street. Plus, they had sinks in their rooms! And now, The Daily Mail has made us feel the same way once again, with a story about 1,000 people who live in makeshift homes in Las Vegas, carved out of a labyrinth of tunnels underneath the Las Vegas strip.

The article is pretty fascinating, but the first thing that came to mind when we saw the pics? Ooh… Spacious! More »