Brad Keselowski wins Las Vegas NASCAR playoff opener for Penske’s 500th win

Brad Keselowski raced to his third consecutive NASCAR Cup victory Sunday, persevering through a wreck-filled Sunday afternoon and roaring away from the field in overtime to claim the playoff opener.

Keselowski secured team owner Roger Penske’s 500th victory across all competitions with a resourceful performance amid trying circumstances and 99-degree Las Vegas heat.

Kyle Larson was second, and defending Cup series champion Martin Truex Jr. third after a stop-and-start finish to a race that featured 12 cautions.

“To start off the playoffs with a win, that’s really strong, let alone three in a row,” Keselowski said. “We nailed the pit stops and the restarts when it counted, and we were strong.”

Eight of the 16 playoff drivers had various problems in the opener of the 10-race postseason. Four playoff drivers failed to finish — including co-leader Kevin Harvick, who wrecked with 120 laps to go when he blew his right front tire.

Michael McDowell and Kurt Busch wrecked with just two laps to go, forcing a red-flag stop and overtime. After the drivers re-fired their engines for the two-lap shootout, nobody could keep up with Keselowski’s Team Penske Ford.

“We did it, boss!” Keselowski shouted. “That’s quite a number, right? It’s really great to be a part of that, and to get the last one to get us there, that’s pretty great.”

Penske was in attendance for his landmark victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He formed Team Penske in 1966, and it has fielded 50 winning drivers across 14 race series during the ensuing 52 years.

Keselowski won at Darlington and the Brickyard in consecutive weeks before Vegas. His late surge has added some intrigue into a NASCAR season dominated by the Big Three of Truex, Harvick and Kyle Busch, who finished seventh in Vegas even after skidding and plowing through the infield grass with 35 laps to go.

Joey Logano finished fourth, and Ryan Blaney was fifth.

Truex moved into the overall points lead over Busch and Keselowski, who leapfrogged Harvick.

Harvick’s blowout also wrecked pole-sitter Erik Jones, who couldn’t react quickly enough and rear-ended Harvick.

Harvick likely doesn’t need a fantastic result from the first set of playoff races to advance, but the veteran driver was still furious about his tire failure.

READ FULL STORY: http://www.foxnews.com/auto/2018/09/16/brad-keselowski-wins-las-vegas-nascar-playoff-opener-for-penskes-500th-win.html

 


 

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What’s happening in Vegas is turning the hockey world on its head

With 15 games left in the regular season, including their KeyBankCenter debut at 1 p.m. today against the Sabres, the Vegas Golden Knights have become one of the favorites to reach the Stanley Cup Final. In their first year of existence.

Even the hockey gods think that’s a bit crazy.

If you’ve been wallowing in the Sabres season and have missed the Vegas story, here’s the recap:

The first-year team got off to a hot start, going 8-3-0 in October. Impressive, but the hockey world wondered if the Golden Knights could keep up all that winning.

Turns out they could.

They went 11-1-1 in December, had an eight-game winning streak carry over to the new year, and arrive in Buffalo with four players hitting the 60-point mark for the season.

For contrast, the Sabres have only two players in the 50-point club – Jack Eichel with 53 and Ryan O’Reilly with 50.

Leading the Golden Knights is center Jonathan Marchessault with 65 points, while William Karlsson, Randy Smith, and David Perron all have 60. All were chosen in the expansion draft. All had some NHL experience.  All were looking for a place to call home.

“You look at the players they have and the depth that they have,” O’Reilly said. “They’re bringing on all these guys with a lot of them coming from successful teams. They’re all veteran players that have been around and when you bring a group like that together, you see how they’ve done, how consistent they are and how they found a way to work. I didn’t expect them to be at the top but you expect them to be at least competing every night and what they’ve done is very impressive.”

The majority of the Vegas roster is comprised of players from the expansion draft, players left unprotected by their former teams. If you think that means there’s a group of players who came together with a chip on their shoulder, Marchessault said you’d be right.

“Yeah, sure. Everybody was part of an organization that they didn’t protect you and didn’t necessarily want you,” Marchessault said Friday after Vegas practiced in KeyBank Center. “It’s definitely hard to take, but it’s a hard business also. You’re never safe. Everybody wants to be part of history, wants to be part of something great. We came in with the same mentality. We wanted to win games.”

And win games they have.

Vegas has run away with the Pacific Division and is in second place in the Western Conference at 43-19-5. Should the Golden Knights win today, they will set the record for most road wins by an expansion club with 20, breaking the mark of 19 set by Anaheim in the 1993-94 season.

“I was (surprised) a little bit early on, like if they could maintain that throughout the year,” Sabres coach Phil Housley said. “They’ve done a terrific job. You put together their speed and transition and their work level, I think that’s one of the biggest things in their identity is that they work. If you put work and speed together, that’s a deadly combination.”

Hard work has been the core identity of the Golden Knights. Because along with that chip on their shoulders, the players in Vegas realize what they achieve collectively is larger than what they are individually.

READ FULL STORY: http://buffalonews.com/2018/03/09/what-happens-in-vegas-is-turning-the-hockey-world-on-its-head/

 


 

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The Essential Things to Know Before You Visit Las Vegas

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by Bridget Hallinan

February 23, 2018

Follow these tips, and you may even be mistaken for a local.

By and large, Las Vegas may be a tourist town, but this guide will help you tackle Sin City like a local. Got gambling questions? We have the answers (hint: don’t cheat). Unsure of what to wear on a night out? We’ve got the dress code, straight from experts. So whether you’re traveling for business or just, well, there to party, here’s how to do Vegas right.

Go Off the Strip

While it may seem tempting to camp out in your luxe, amenity-filled hotel, there’s more to Vegas than casinos and swanky bars. Head downtown for vintage shopping at Container Park or an Insta-worthy trip to the Neon Museum. Jon Gray, Vice President and General Manager of the Palms Casino Resort, suggests buddying up to locals for intel on the best bars and restaurants; some of his own favorites include Herbs & Rye, Sen of Japan, and Other Mama.

How to Get Around

According to Visit Las Vegas, the most common form of transport in Vegas is taxis. Don’t try to hail a cab on the Strip—it’s illegal. Instead, look for designated taxi stands, which most major hotels have. Once you snag one, ask your driver to avoid driving down Las Vegas Boulevard, as it’s very congested, according to Gray. And Traveler Contributing Editor and Vegas aficionado Mark Ellwood recommends paying with cash, to avoid credit card surcharges.

Other options include the monorail (which runs between the MGM Grand and Sahara Avenue), and the RTC buses, which have 39 different routes across the city. Day passes cost $12 and $8, respectively. Uber and Lyft recently became available in the city, so you have those as back-up options. You can always try walking, but at four miles, the Strip is deceptively long—and crowded. (Try to pick your hotel based on your itinerary, so everything is easily within reach.)

What to Wear

Ellwood says, “You should dress in Vegas like you’re meeting your future in-laws for the first time.” Keep it smart and sophisticated, and avoid anything too flashy (in other words, tone down the sequins). For men, make sure to pack a dinner jacket, as some restaurants require them. And definitely remember a bathing suit, because Vegas pools party all year round.

Most clubs have the same dress code, which JEWEL at Aria describes as “upscale fashionable attire.” On their list of no-no’s: hats, sandals, flip flops, sneakers, steel-toed shoes and work boots, ripped or baggy clothing, shorts, or athletic wear. (Men also have to wear collared shirts.) Basically, as long as you don’t look like you’re fresh off a workout, you should be good to go.

Do’s and Don’ts

Do: Be a courteous gambler. A Smarter Travel article recommends: 1) Tip your dealer 2) Let them count out your money on the table for the cameras, instead of handing it to them directly 3) Don’t bend the cards 4) Don’t use your phone 5) Don’t be that guy, giving unsolicited advice to your fellow gamblers.

Try to learn the basic game rules beforehand. But Gray says you can always ask your dealer for help, if you’re unsure. “‘What’s the book say?’ is code for ‘should I hit or stay?'” he said.

Don’t: Gamble away your winnings. Cash out your vouchers whenever you win big, and repeat until you leave. This way, you might leave with more money than when you came in.

Do: Carry cash, and have a good amount on hand when you arrive. You’ll need it for tips and cover charges: Plus, casino ATM fees are ridiculously high (we’re talking $5 or $6 a transaction).

Don’t: Jaywalk. You could be fined if you’re caught.

Do: Budget! It’s all too easy to be swayed by Vegas’s over-the-top atmosphere and drop a few hundred $$$ on dinner at Picasso every night. But as you’ll soon find out with your credit card bill, not everything that happens in Vegas stays there.

Don’t: Overdo it. Vegas is a 24-hour town, but don’t feel pressured to keep up. Gray advises travelers to pace themselves and drink plenty of water.

Do: Get brunch. Whether you opt for a dizzyingly large hotel buffet or a sandwich at Eggslut, Vegas definitely does breakfast right.

 

READ FULL ARTICLE AT CONDE NAST TRAVELER: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/essential-things-to-know-before-you-visit-las-vegas

 

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Groundbreaking set for new Las Vegas Ballpark

By: Caroline Bleakley

Posted: Feb 13, 2018 09:58 AM PST
Updated: Feb 13, 2018 09:58 AM PST

LAS VEGAS – The groundbreaking for the new Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summerlin will take place on Feb. 23.

Officials from the Howard Hughes Corporation, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, as well as local leaders, major and minor baseball executives and Las Vegas 51s officials will be at the groundbreaking.

The site will be home to the Las Vegas 51s and a 10,000-fan capacity stadium.

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Raiders President hopeful Las Vegas gets Super Bowl by 2025

Posted: Feb 08, 2018 7:23 PM PST
Updated: Feb 09, 2018 12:17 AM PST

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Walking into the Raiders Preview Center, it’s like a blast from the past, almost like a time machine with the old pads, the old pictures, and the old video past Raider greats. Walking farther, the current state of the franchise, and a look the future of the Raiders in Las Vegas are visible too.

Most NFL teams who built a stadium in the past decade have opened a preview center for fans, similar to the one the Raiders opened this past week, but the silver and black are the only ones who added a public element.

“We felt that was important so that people in Las Vegas and those that don’t know that much about the Raiders, as well as all the Raiders fans who will fly in, get a chance to see some of the history, some of the memorabilia we have here and get excited for the stadium project,” Raiders President, Marc Badain said.

Marc Badain had a big say in the design and look of the Raiders preview center, but he said what’s been done there is only the start.

“At some point we’ll do a Raiders Hall of Fame,” Badain said. “I wouldn’t say this is a Hall of Fame, but this is a good test for what a Hall of Fame could look like and the type of information we could share and the type of environment we could create for Raiders fans around the world as they come to Las Vegas.”

One of the big features in the preview center is a live and interactive firsthand look at the soon-to-be Raiders stadium on Russell Road. Set to open in the summer of 2020, Badain said it is right on schedule.

“Steel is going in the ground around April, the progress has been absolutely astounding and it’s been exciting for everyone on staff and everyone with the organization,” Badain said.

Excitement has grown in Las Vegas not just for the Raiders, but for future Super Bowls. The NFL begin to finalize future host cities as soon as next month.

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Golden Knights’ home dominance equals red ink for sportsbooks

Everyone knows the house always wins in Las Vegas. Oddsmakers just had the wrong house.

The Vegas Golden Knights have dominated opponents with a league-best 19-2-2 home record. In a city where fans can show their enthusiasm in the form of a wager before heading to T-Mobile Arena, the dominance has an added dimension.

“We’ve been getting our butts kicked,” South Point oddsmaker Jimmy Vaccaro said. “We should rename it ‘free date night.’ A guy invites a girl out to dinner and stops at the sportsbook on the way to the game. What she doesn’t realize is we are paying for everything.”

A $100 wager on every Knights home game in 2017-18 to date would have net a bettor $1,395. That is an extraordinarily profitable return. And, though hockey losses typically amount to little more than a rounding error for a casino’s bottom line, the phenomenon that has been the first season for the first big-league team based in the only U.S. city where you can make a legal wager has created a perfect storm effect for the books.

“Hockey is usually a very poorly bet sport,” William Hill director of trading Nick Bogdanovich said. “But all of a sudden we have big decisions and we keep losing them. Players just keep rolling over their winnings.”

Local properties are booking between 10 and 15 times the handle on Golden Knights home games than for any other NHL team. And that number increases during the game, as fans can bet from their seats on mobile devices. In total, the handle represents the equivalent of an average NFL game, which is in the six-figure neighborhood for each sportsbook.

“When the [Chicago] Blackhawks came to town, my handle on that one game was more than the entire Stanley Cup Final last year,” Golden Nugget sportsbook director Tony Miller said. “It’s a good thing because they’re betting other games but, man, it gets to a point where it’s a love/hate relationship.”

The Golden Knights surpassed their preseason over/under of 26.5 wins on Jan. 2. They can go over their projected season point total of 68.5 Thursday night against the New York Islanders. This unexpected run has collectively cost sportsbooks well over a million dollars combined, and the damage is more significant if you factor in adjoining parlays.

“The betting public found a new ATM,” says Westgate Las Vegas Superbook oddsmaker and manager John Murray. “It’s called the Golden Knights.”


The “Vegas Flu?”

Like the fairy tale, this Cinderella story also involves danger after midnight. Some have theorized that the Golden Knights’ impressive home record can be attributed to the “Vegas flu” — visiting teams enjoying the city’s temptations and perhaps not recovering properly.

“This is, uh, a pretty entertaining city to be in for teams,” Tampa Bay Lightningcaptain Steven Stamkos conceded to ESPN’s Greg Wyshynski, following a loss in Las Vegas. He would not elaborate.

If you subscribe to the “local distractions” theory, you could argue that the NHL schedule can serve as an enabler. In October, the Chicago Blackhawks arrived two days early and then lost as -175 favorites. The Colorado Avalanche chose to spend the night in Las Vegas before a 3 p.m. (local time) faceoff on Oct. 27. They lost 7-0. Both defeats came at the hands of a newly formed expansion roster of NHL castaways, including a third-string rookie starting at goalie.

“We hear the rumors but unless you have private detectives that say [players] were at [the legendary strip club] Spearmint Rhino or shooting dice all night, I don’t know if that’s the case,” Bogdanovich said.

The stories are prevalent on social media but unconfirmed. One team nearly drank a prominent restaurant out of champagne in one night. Another team had a slush fund of $30,000 for a single night in Sin City. Are the stories true? Would it matter if they were?

“Billy Martin and Mickey Mantle would go out drinking all night,” Wynn executive director of race and sports John Avello countered. “Guys would see them out and bet against them. They’d still get three hits the next day. For some guys, it doesn’t affect them.”

But Las Vegas is unlike any city visited by the Yankees of yesteryear — no last call, and it never shuts down. Understandably, this narrative has resonated throughout the league and caused some teams to take precautions with hotel location or other restrictions. However, current Columbus Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella challenged the hoopla, questioning the toughness of modern-day players and mocking how “carrot juice” has replaced alcohol.

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CES 2018: It’s Not Just About The Giant TVs Anymore

In years past, the Consumer Electronics Show could be mistaken for the world’s largest Best Buy, with row upon row of giant, glowing, wall-filling television sets.

TVs still play a big part of the show, though the energy and excitement in Las Vegasthis year is tilted toward smart speakers and intelligent connected devices and the powerful Silicon Valley companies whose technology powers them.

As the doors open today on the world’s largest electronics trade show, the Consumer Technology Association expects that voice computing, artificial intelligence and connectivity will be the dominant themes. That’s reflected on the show floor, where Google will have an outsized presence.

Voice-controlled smart speakers, including the Amazon Echo and Google Home, sold like crazy this past holiday season, with unit sales increasing 279% from a year ago, according to the CTA. The trade group expects similarly stratospheric numbers this year, with unit sales approaching 44 million in the U.S. alone.

The galloping popularity of devices that respond to the sound of our voice will have a ripple effect on the smart-home market, spurring consumers to experiment with a host of new “smart” products — from connected thermostats, WiFi-connected security cameras, smart locks and doorbells and the like.

“These devices are growing rapidly with lots of consumer interest,” said Mike Vorhaus, president of Magid Advisors consultancy. “Overwhelmingly, people want these devices not only as ‘assistants’ but as household safety hubs — alarms, cameras, etc.”

Television manufacturers have been eager to jump on the talk-to-me bandwagon, with Samsung Monday announcing it would bring the Bixby voice assistant now found on its Galaxy phones to its television sets in 2018, and LG opting for an assist from Google Voice.

Beyond televisions, voice assistants are lending an assist to Schlage Sense deadbolts, Whirlpool washers and dryers, and even a mirror that talks back to you (mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?).

The car companies, which in years past figured prominently at the show if largely to highlight aftermarket products, are expected to highlight work with autonomous vehicles. Newcomer Byton unveiled its concept car at the show, a smart car designed by former BMW and Apple executives.

Ford Motor Co. President and CEO Jim Hackett delivers a show-opening keynote this morning, where he is expected to offer an update on plans for self-driving cars. Lyft’s co-founder and president, John Zimmer, will speak at the annual Leaders in Technology dinner Thursday night, a high-profile show event where he’s likely to tout the ride-hailing company’s autonomous efforts.

“Lyft is going to be here in a significant way. That’s really interesting,” said Brent Weinstein, a partner at UTA. “Historically it’s been the car manufacturers and manufacturers of stuff in the cars taking up the oxygen.”

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5 coolest things we’ve seen at CES so far

Suitcases with a camera that follows you, so you don’t have to drag them, and voice-activated shower and makeup mirrors highlight the five coolest things we saw so far at CES 2018.

LAS VEGAS —Leave it to CES to show us something we never knew we really wanted.

Like in suitcases that roll automatically. As in, you don’t have to grab onto them to drag them anymore, just instead let the camera sensor from inside the bag learn who the owner is, and then follow you around the airport, hands free.

How cool is that?

A Chinese company named Forward X brought the “self-driving” CX-1 suitcases to the Sunday CES Unveiled gathering, a sneak peek at new products that will be displayed beginning Tuesday when the trade show floors officially open.

The bags feature gesture control sensors and a maximum speed of 7 miles per hour. No pricing has been announced for the bags, although the company says they will be competitive, and the bags are expected to go on sale in August.

The bags top my list of the five coolest things we’ve seen so far at CES. Here’s the rest:

Alexa in the bathroom

 Mirror mirror on the wall, turn on your lights Alexa, and make me look beautiful. OK, that’s not the command for Kohler’s new $1,200 mirror, which can be personalized for illumination, while shining less brightly for tasks like shaving or brushing teeth. But that’s the idea.

More useful, seemingly, is Moen’s new digital shower technology that uses a voice command, “Alexa, tell Moen to start my shower at 98 degrees,” to turn on the water at the right temperature, without having to wait for it to warm up.

Moen’s technology starts at $1,200. The company justifies the pricing by saying the personalized temp control is something you couldn’t get the old-fashioned way, and you’ll save water costs by not waiting for it to warm up.

More: Amazon Alexa is coming to $1,000 smart glasses

More: CES 2018: 20 most innovative gadgets at show

More: The CES secret few talk about: Past hits can fizzle with consumers

A better handheld scanner

The Pup Pocket Scanner hails from France, where a tiny $299 scanner half the size of a smartphone is targeted to folks who are tired of low-resolution scans from their smartphone. You can scan business cards, documents and the like and the quality looked really good.

A cheaper way to e-bike

The Electron wheel aims to retrofit your current bike to go longer distances and up hills for $799, which the company says is half the price of a good e-bike. The wheel, out in February, promises installation in 30 seconds or less, so we had a company rep prove it. Watch the accompanying video to see him pull it off.

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Las Vegas New Year’s celebration will be ‘America’s Party’

What has 12 bands, more than 80,000 firework devices and some 330,000 guests from all over the world?

“America’s Party” 2018.

Las Vegas’ recurring New Year’s Eve bash is back and better than ever, officials say. Specifics for the event, which occurs on the Strip and in Downtown Las Vegas, were unveiled Thursday at Fashion Show mall.

“No one does it better than Vegas,” Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Chairman Lawrence Weekly said. “Some people get great pride in dropping a ball. But guess what? We take great pride in throwing America’s Party.”

For the 11th year in a row Fireworks By Grucci is orchestrating the launching of fireworks across seven hotel-casino rooftops stretching from the Stratosphere to the MGM Grand.

The theme of the display is Midnight in Vegas.

Beginning at midnight, pyrotechnics will light up the Las Vegas skyline for eight minutes. The explosions will be choreographed to songs by artists including Eric Clapton, Judas Priest and Bruce Springsteen.

The soundtrack can be heard live on radio stations KOMP 92.3 and 97.1 The Point.

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said the city and Clark County are ready to welcome international travelers to celebrate alongside locals.

“You feel you’re part of a family here,” she said. “Everything is at your fingertips. The best food, the best shopping, the best bands.”

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Exclusive: See Vintage Photos Showcasing the Golden Years of Las Vegas

Las Vegas—known for its bright lights, lush colors and vibrant nightlife—serves as an adult playground for people from all over the world. To showcase the city’s past glitz and charm, a newly released book features life in Sin City from 1950 to 1980.

In Vegas Gold, David Wills shares over 125 photographs of old-school Las Vegas, including quotes and short essays that profile the city during its post-World War II boom.

The volume features views of Fremont Street, the Golden Nugget, the Stardust Hotel and many other recognizable Vegas landmarks.

Moments highlighted in the book include Elvis Presley‘s wedding in 1967, the Muhammad Ali-Ron Lyle fight in 1975 and scenes from various films and shows. Other Vegas icons like Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Liberaceand the Vegas showgirls also make appearances.

Take a step back in time and click through the photo gallery to take a peek at all things Vegas Gold.

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