“Mind in Vegas” is shifting gears!Readership of general-interest Las Vegas blogs has led to a steady steam of art reviewing and other projects. In an effort to bring these art reviews to more readers, I'll be re-posting them here.
King Tut brings Walter Benjamin's famous essay to mind
1400 BC or 2012 AD. The Sahara or the Mojave. Ancient Pharaohs or Casino Moguls. Face it: no matter how exquisite the desert, we need a little bit of flamboyant relief, something that is not beige. Even purists, swooning over lizard prints in the sand, benefit from a jolt now …more Egypt In The Age Of Mechanical Reproduction
Texas Hold 'em secrets are revealed here!
Note: Due to the popularity of Part I (posted on 4/19/12), both Parts I and II (steps 8 – 12) are included here. Most poker players in Las Vegas rely on a combination of experience and luck to win their hands. But poker professionals know that Mojo is key…. 1) …more How To Increase Your Mojo At A Las Vegas Poker Table (Parts I and II)
Wanna know the secrets to Texas Hold 'em?
Most poker players in Las Vegas rely on a combination of experience and luck to win their hands. But poker professionals know that Mojo is key. With the 12-step mojo guide, you can increase your awareness—and ultimately your control—of the invisible forces active in any poker game. Here’s how: 1) …more How To Increase Your Mojo At A Las Vegas Poker Table (Part I)
Learn to scramble the calligraphic rocks in Calico Basin
Red Rock National Conservation Area is 15 miles from the Strip—its peaks poke from the horizon between Caesar’s Palace and the Mirage—but few visitors to Las Vegas ever glimpse its burnished outcrops, let alone probe its oracular beauty. It rises abruptly from the Mojave, truly as red as its name, …more Traces Of The Ancients