As the news broke that Nevada Senator Harry Reid was in a car accident, a major paper in his home state, the Las Vegas Review Journal, mistakenly identified the Democratic Senate Majority Leader as a Republican.
“U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, R-Nev., 72, was taken to the emergency room at University Medical Center in Las Vegas Friday afternoon following a traffic accident,” the story initially said.
It’s ICSC week in New York City and while many in the retail business consider the event secondary to the larger conference held by the organization in Las Vegas each May, for many Manhattan real estate brokers, the conference is the most important of the year—and not necessarily just because of its jam-packed daytime roster of speakers and seminars.
In establishments from the New York Times’s four-star-rated Del Posto to the Dream Hotel in Lower Manhattan, buttoned-up retail brokers will be wining and dining potential clients during a two-day orgy of after-hour soirees, dinners and suds-soaked meetings, all designed with the deal in mind.
In the Paper
Few know the true genesis of CIM, but the legend goes like this: In 1986 two Israeli soldiers, who worked on a kibbutz together, came to California on vacation and decided to stay. They started a small landscaping business and bought a couple of cheap apartment buildings, when one day they struck up a conversation Read More
Oh, dear. Paris Hilton hasn’t been in the news much lately. We thought that meant she’d settled down, taken up a hobby (Wii Tennis?) and started planning for her future.
Maybe not. Last night she was arrested on a drug charge. In Vegas. Which, hello, is a total cliche. Specifically, she was in Read More
Maligned by politicians (including the president-twice) and busted by the boom, Las Vegas isn’t the place you’d think there’d be a lot of optimism.
But Joanne Podell, a Cushman & Wakefield executive vice president, smiled as she headed to her dinner table at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel. Here she’d feast on Read More
On Tuesday, Feb. 23, a sturdy and completely bald Israeli named Yuval Tal was in Las Vegas’ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, where the nightly entertainment includes the Chippendales and Penn & Teller.
Mr. Tal, behind a microphone in a blazer and open-collar shirt, was one of five international visionaries, as the brochure for Read More
Tiger Woods’ fourteen (and counting) alleged mistresses include a hooker, a bartender, a “reality”-show star, a cocktail server, a Las Vegas nightclub manager, a British TV presenter, an Orlando diner waitress, a bikini model, and a couple of porn stars: transient “glamour” occupations, inflated body parts and alliterative names all confusedly blending together.
“All the New Yorkers are walking around looking tired,” said David Firestein, president of Northwest Atlantic Real Estate Services, speaking by cell on Tuesday from Las Vegas, where the temperature stubbornly remained in the triple digits and sweaty brokers gossiped about absent retailers, a depressing lack of raucous parties and an overall air of Read More
This was a tough weekend for a certain segment within the media community, but together, they got through it.
It started out with excitement on Friday: A journalistic fact-finding mission to Las Vegas. But even before the plane took off, some key members of the expedition almost didn’t make it. Thankfully, Read More
If you’re finding your RSS feed a little thin today, that may be because your favorite media and lifestyle bloggers are away on an important reporting assignment. In Las Vegas. Paid for by the nice folks at Thrillist.
Take for example Mediabistro’s FishbowlNY: Co-editor Glynnis MacNicol posted that half their editorial Read More