Living in Las Vegas #119: What Really Happened at the VVN Invitational

Considering the high-stakes nature of the 1st Annual VVN Mini-Golf Invitational, it’s not surprising that some misinformation was disseminated. In this episode of Living in Las Vegas, we provide an accurate assessment of the event. We follow with a great experience at Capital Grille, which has the best deal on wine we’ve ever seen. Show notes:

Living in Las Vegas #119: What Really Happened at the VVN Invitational (Audio)

Considering the high-stakes nature of the 1st Annual VVN Mini-Golf Invitational, it’s not surprising that some misinformation was disseminated. In this episode of Living in Las Vegas, we provide an accurate assessment of the event. We follow with a great experience at Capital Grille, which has the best deal on wine we’ve ever seen.

VVN Mini-Golf Invitational [Video]

16 players. 5 shots of liquor. And we have a winner. After some footage of Scott and Wayne in a one-hole, sudden-death, putt-off (they both shot 55), we award the coveted 1st Annual VVN Mini-Golf Invitational Blue Blazer and Trophy to our very own Jacob Cannon.

Pictures of the day’s events can be found on the Vegas Video Network Facebook page.

Living in Las Vegas #118: Hercules Punch and Cabanas

We covered quite a bit a ground on this episode of Living in Las Vegas. First, a gauntlet was thrown. (Pity poor Wayne.) Then, rumor has it we’ve got another LiLV Meetup in the works. Finally, we start getting healthier and to celebrate we drink from a punch bowl made of ice (and filled with vodka) in a cabana at Caesars Palace then wonder how a chipmunk called our toll-free listener line. Show notes:

Living in Las Vegas #118: Hercules Punch and Cabanas (Audio)

We covered quite a bit a ground on this episode of Living in Las Vegas. First, a gauntlet was thrown. (Pity poor Wayne.) Then, rumor has it we’ve got another LiLV Meetup in the works. Finally, we start getting healthier and to celebrate we drink from a punch bowl made of ice (and filled with vodka) in a cabana at Caesars Palace then wonder how a chipmunk called our toll-free listener line.