In this time of challenge, many people are looking for laughs and original entertainment.
Las Vegas offers many top-shelf shows, that people will have the opportunity to visit once the world gets on a more normal footing. One of those shows, on the Las Vegas Strip is Absinthe. It has become one of the most popular productions in the Entertainment Capital of the World and is located at world renowned Caesars Palace. Earlier this year, the production celebrated its 5000th show. You can see a picture from that celebration above.
Recently, we spoke with UNLV economics professor Stephen Miller about how people will want to unwind and blow off steam after it’s safe to travel again. Las Vegas will, without any doubt, be the premier destination in the world for people to celebrate humanity’s overcoming of the present challenge.
During our conversation with Stephen, featured columnist Jay Bildstein discussed some of his ideas for Las Vegas to come back bigger and better than ever, after the coronavirus pandemic is over. You can see that CYInterview by clicking here.