Steven’s Casino’s Change Sportsbooks

It looks like William Hill is out as the management company of all Derek Stevens sports books in downtown Las Vegas. The former Las Vegas Club when it reopens with its new name will be run by an in house operation headed by bookmaker Mathew Metcalf ; The other two Derek Stevens properties the Golden Gate and the D will make the change sometime before the end of 2019. For a time it looked like William Hill was going to take over a big percentage of the sports books in town but as changes that allow sports betting across the …

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Derek Stevens Buys Office Building

It looks like the owner of D Las Vegas is continuing his Downtown buying spree as he has purchased an 11 story office building at 302 Carson Ave which is across from the D Las Vegas as well as the Downtown Event Center which he also owns. The building and its adjacent parking garage where purchased for nearly 40 million dollars. Derek Stevens recently announced plans to build a 777 room hotel and casino on the now empty site of the Las Vegas Club, Mermaids and the Girls Of Glitter Gulch; because of this project likely nothing will happen to …

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Las Vegas Club Demolished

A piece of Las Vegas history in Downtown is vanishing piece by piece as the former Las Vegas Club is demolished to make way for a future resort property that most likely won’t appear until 2020 or later. The Las Vegas Club opened in 1930 a year before gambling was legalized in Nevada but over recent years the place suffered manny years of decline and the sports theme exterior looked tacky as well as dated. The property is now owned by Derek Stevens who refitalized the former Fitzgerald’s with a huge remodel after which he renamed it the D Las …

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Las Vegas Club To Close Tonight

Recently Derek Stevens the owner of D Las Vegas bought the Las Vegas Club from Tamares the owner of the Plaza across the street and tonight the 86 year old property will close for good. It looks like Tamares will retain the rights to the Las Vegas Club name so whatever Derek Stevens decides to do with the property it will most likely have a new name. The table games have already been removed from the casino although the slot machines still remain so if you are around and want to play the slots for one last time there is …

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Aussie Erotic Hip Hop Show

The above title has to be one of the more unusual titles titles we have posted on Las Vegas Inside Out and yes as the title suggests an Aussie Erotic Hip Hop Show is indeed heading to Las Vegas. The show features eight Australian male dancers who grew to fame in Australian reality shows such as Australia’s Got Talent and are now bringing their sexy dance act to the United States at the D in Downtown Las Vegas. The show will play nightly in the D showroom at 10:10 pm with tickets for $45 plus the usual fees but the …

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Defending The Caveman At The D

Broadway shows for the most part have struggled to find a long term audience in Las Vegas, but one show that has bucked the trend is the longest running Broadway show in Las Vegas history which is ‘Defending The Caveman’ which after a long Strip run has moved to Downtown Las Vegas. The new home for hit one man show starring Kevin Burke ‘Defending The Caveman’ is the D on Fremont Street. The show explores couples and relationships with entertaining banter and observations of how we navigate relationships. Kevin Burke is synonymous with this role and has won entertainer of …

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Patrick Murray Ventriloquist Coming To The D

The D is adding another show to its entertainment line up with an afternoon ventriloquist act staring Second City improv alum Patrick Murray and his cast of characters such as the Jamacian lady character Matilda seen in the start of the video above. The show called ‘Ja Makin Me Laugh’ is due to premiere tomorrow and will run in a daily matinee slot at 2:30 pm with ticket prices of $19..95 for general admission tickets and one note the show is intended for adult audiences only.

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Courthouse Demolition Continues

The former Clark County Courthouse in Downtown Las Vegas slowly disappears as the building is cleared to make way for festival grounds. The abandoned courthouse has been empty since 2005 and drew national attention with court cases such as the Binion’s trial where satellite news vans where parked out front every day. The owner of the property is Derek Steven’s owner of the D and Golden Gate hotels in Downtown who bought the property at an auction for $10 million dollars. The property is located at Third and Carson not too far from the D so it makes sense that …

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