Living Las Vegas

Living Las Vegas

A positive weekly look at the events and happenings around Las Vegas, hosted by MoJoe Roberts, Angela Cortez and Tony Matteo.

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May 10, 2022 29 min
Tony called it, more dead bodies found in Lake Mead...will there be more? Plus as temps warm up, how to avoid rattlesnakes. Plus fun free family events, including Las Vegas Days parade and festival this weekend and what US city beat Las Vegas on a list we topped last year?
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Dead bodies in Lake Mead, Beer Festival in the Arts District, Cinco de Mayo spots that set the bar and MORE shows announce for the Downtown Rocks concert series. Plus, Angela did something during the NFL Draft that made MoJoe jealous.
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NFL is setting up shop for Draft week in Las Vegas! We discuss what to expect, including Angela running down all the concert events taking place. Plus Nicholas Cage gives one of us a shout out, Tony's Valley Of Fire detour, and why MoJoe thinks VGK missing the playoffs is a good thing. Follow us on Twitter: @LivingLVPod and hit Subscribe on our podcast, so you don't miss future episodes!
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Another exciting weekend in Las Vegas, including Earth Day festivities, Free Health Screenings, The Aloha Festival, Downtown Rocks Concert Series Kicks Off and the NAB Show, where MoJoe with be speaking. Who thought that was a good idea? Plus Angela tells us about Mermaid School and Tony's revs up for a Grand Canyon getaway.
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Easter plans, White Castle coming to Henderson, BTS Army invasion continues and the scariest escape room every is coming. Plus, Tony tries to manifest Killers tickets and MoJoe reveals indifference towards Peppermill.
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We reflect on the Grammys, preview the BTS invasion, share plans for NFL Draft, celebrate the reopening of an iconic Las Vegas casino, and breakdown the lineup for the Downtown Rocks concert series.
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Grammy weekend is here and MoJoe has a plan for a Will Smith slap-worthy moment, BTS and NFL Draft Experience coming to Las Vegas and Tony's RV adventure is ready to roll.
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It was nice to have Las Vegas to ourselves for awhile, but things are back to normal and we're here for it! Temps and wages are rising and so are the number of sports teams in town. Plus, Tony finally has a reason to go to Henderson.
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Angela, Tony & MoJoe discuss changes to Life Is Beautiful Festival and where to find the best Shamrock shenanigans for St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas.
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February 9, 2022 25 min
MoJoe, Angela & Tony discuss the best places to watch the big game and enjoy a romantic dinner in Las Vegas. If you're looking for recommendations, this is the episode for you.
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MoJoe and Angela talk about the Pro Bowl, NHL All-Star Game, Garth's One Man Show and their diverse weekend plans.
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