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"south strip" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"So I just had a beer and that was like three 50. So for being in the fashion mall at planet Hollywood, on the strip, getting a beer for three 50 is like unheard of. And the food was good. I mean, it's not, you know, the best meal I've ever had in my life or anything, but it's good solid food. The place is pretty busy. Generally aligned that moves pretty quickly. But if you're tired of spending $22 for a hamburger, it's a very, very good option. And I would recommend it, like I said, that you have the drinks are ridiculously cheap. The food is good. Service, you know, little hit or miss, but that's going to be everywhere. So I would recommend that to at least give it a try if you're in that area. South strip. For those of you who have comps at the D, there's the little coffee shop called zingerman's, and zingerman's is a Michigan based company, actually out of the Detroit area, legendary, great food, if you want to buy a $500 bottle of balsamic vinegar, they have it for you. I mean, just great place. So they set up this little satellite place at the D and I get the mailers from the D and I always have a food credit, and I can't always use it. So one of the things we discovered is you can buy one of their whole coffee cakes, and they're like two and a half pounds, and it's $40. It travels well, and they're really, really good. If you have D stuff to use up, I would recommend that for Christmas gifts for people. And also they have a breakfast sandwich there, which is like $5. And it is so much better than a $4 egg with a muffin, I can't believe anybody goes to McDonald's instead of there for breakfast. Way better. Great bread. Actual ingredients. So I would highly recommend zingerman's little coffee shop at the D for breakfast sandwich, and a way to use up your monthly food allowance if you haven't found another way to do so.
"south strip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Gone South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa. Each week. We feature celebrities from the world of entertainment with music comedy and lots of fun Interviews, a true variety show. The show is absolutely free. All you have to do is sign up for a South Point Club card and join in the fun. Dennis Bono Show Thursdays at two PM at Michael Guns, South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, 97 77 Las Vegas Boulevard South. It's Vegas at its best night. Under the hide of me live from Las Vegas. Welcome back Stuff. Point Hotel, You know the spot on the South Strip, the dentist Bono show. Now, once again Here he is. Here's thank you all very much. My gosh. Look at how many people it's good. I can hear you smiling. Uh, I can't see you. But I can hear you're smiling. And I appreciate good to see so many people in the audience, Miss Corey Sex. Hello, buddy. Hi, Dennis. Let me take you back right now. To 1957 You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain Too much loving makes a girl You broke my went home One of three I can the strangest great mom was beloved as I thought. It was funny. You came along. Get moving. You changed my mind. Just love is fine. How can this great that's great? Baby who it feels good. Hi. I'm gonna love you like a love. Shoot your fine supper. I'm going to show the world that your mind my by my nails and I agreed on my top I'm feeling nervous, but it sure is fine. Come on, baby. You drive me crazy. Good. That's great. That's great. Oh, All right. That's where you go. Oh, yeah, Baby. Who? It feels good. Oh, my I'm gonna love you knocking love shooting your firm. So kind. I'm going to show the world that your mind, Father, How about my dad? When I twiddle my thumbs? I'm feeling nervous, but it sure is fun. Come on bigger. You're driving crazy, aka Who? That's great! That's great! Call the high you but I will. I love the stool like a witness graces great balls of fire. Okay. Rocket. Oh, how about that holds this Is that gonna.
"south strip" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Where did this come from. But anyway he can get away with things that many people could not today. That's for sure but was his time. It's not totally disappeared. You know we have the center of man. Yes i have ape but then the handsome up a little bit of shouted club with the idea was will man you know. Beat the was clubbed into submission right as you might remember the up significant section of the boston man who the man in the kayak is so idea on monster that no the show that the Use of these images still relevant to current. I believe our chief executive accused the governor of the state of the andhra fall thinking. And i'm not going to name any names but some things just never go away the embedded in the language the the the battle it is just a wide above that number seven though typical chest than embedded in the midst of it one of his weight aphorisms. Them is no matter. There's no big man who has not small. Some men never feel small but these are the few men who all yes and that gets picked up his next chapter on mystics. Which i really loved is chapter two. I really to go to watch. No can you go first. But he's commenting on a book on mysticism on page seventy seven. The general definition of mysticism is the art of seeing everything. F- supernatural overseeing every material object in encircled with a handle from a secret son. So shane thing. We're seeing into things. Not just behind him but seeing them as art or something largest there he continues in other words mysticism in seeing the mature universe as the thing so defective to suggest perfection. A thing however this inspiring louis hereford inspire only imperfect or she is fine. i'm sorry is finally imperfect to the mystic. The merely physical version of the universe is like a cow three legs or man with one i take more. Strictly is like. It's your medical problem. Which to straight lines conversion collide together advantage in darkness innocent before they collided. And this is. The oil of christians geology. You know we can't fully understand way. We should say that jesus man and he's got you know no saints kinda go up. But then there's a union See anyway i think is theologically very profound. isn't that all things that rise must converge hud. Well that say never. That was a different thing. Now is teri dishes. Dan which which was a satirized by planning daughter that everything's getting better and better conversion you know knows fear. I want to quote on the next page okay. New paragraph in the middle is remarkable to know receive daily life how concentrated impression of essential rationality of mrs. If all of this we went up to a man on the street. Henry standing optional lamppost address. Him playfully with orage boat went to the strange object spring. How did this lead clubs. Was the eye of fire. Start out of unbegot night owes coach. It may be inferred with every possible allowance for the temperament individual. They would not regard her Coaching fractional and yet are surprised to lamppost. We'd be entirely rational. Thinking that for granted would be Superstition the power that makes except majo- phenomena this university cities civilizations solar systems is merely a vulgar prejudice like the practice was made them except cockfights in -sition it is the mystic to every star is like a sudden rocket every flower an earthquake of the dust who is clear minded men mysticism or essentially. The mystery of things is simply the most gigantic warmer common sense. We should not have to complain of any materialism is common sense. We're only hamad called the apostle commonsense but he'll aqueous but not joseph and given a self description of jefferson it is also south stripped unquote Who quote to be because we all cool to be astonished by the ordinary Because they will never is miraculous. I is sometimes said. The people expect docile. Be offline meter. Wonder my want the myself to scold because just the existence the being. Thanks so when you look out there you see out there now. Millions of leaves different shades. Because the sound psalm the shades on the other not tough. It'd be beautiful Vacuums and we and we should see it that way and and we don't see a waste because we're blind will return to the farm book club with father. Joseph physio vivian do dro- and joseph peers in just a moment. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free app in which you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming. Father timothy gallagher. Dr anthony lewis deacon james keating mike aquilina dr matthew bunsen and so many more are found on the discerning hearts free. Yeah did you also know that you can stream discerning hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms. Such as apple podcast. Google play iheartradio. Pandora spotify stitcher tune in and so many more. 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"south strip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"It's asked the US to deploy troops to the opinions of the hosts on Katie WN are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management or be easily media group. From the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas and the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro on the South Strip. It's breaking bread with below. So now let's wine and dine with Dennis had today's special guest from celebrity table Dirty. Here's Dennis Boto. Hi, I'm Dennis Bono. And today my special guest here at the bootlegger, Italian bistro and Celebrity table number 30. Is the one and only the legendary one of the great funny man, an observational comedians that I've ever met. And you've ever seen or heard, Mr George Wallace, who was appearing at the West Gate Hotel. George, Good to have you with us today. It is so good always to be with you did us everybody. I'm talking a little funny. I have new teeth in about. Well, good. They look like mine. It might be yours. I got him at that place called. Want pictures, huh? And one, Joseph. You know, I tell you is one day Everything is a lie. It's all a lot. This is one day the first day you go that I tell you, you know, introduction, introduce themselves and and they take your name and address. Then you go back to the second time you get the extra you go back to third time to tell you how much third day doesn't stay. They tell you how much it's gonna cost. You don't go back for, like, a year and a half cause it's just like really expected, you know, but then there but its not one day so I'm talking funny with these new teeth. Yeah, looking good. You sound good. My temporary new T. Then they put in the finals. Yeah, so they put it react kind of caps. Yeah, Yeah, no care. No, This is influence, but Oh, you did the implant. Yeah. This is a car. You looking at me? Wow. Implants now See, Time's have changed implants now mean teeth except in Vegas. It also means bank. It's a lot of money. Got tired of my teeth. Like you said I had veneers I had, uh I had everything up in my mother. You got bonding veneers, right? Had told booths had everything bridge old boots. They just told us everything was up in my mouth. So I got tired of going to the dentist under dentist goes a lot of money to Oh, yeah. I'm not. You know, I was talking earlier. It's funny. You brought up dentist. Um, Doctor, the doctor that I hate going to the most is the dentist. Is that right? Oh, man, I'd rather go to a proctologist Understand? Easiest, doctor. No, but I've learned is like when the chair goes back. I grabbed him and I say we're not going to hurt each other, aren't we? You know, I do the same thing at the barbershop. You ever go to a male barber? Your hand up on mill. Barbara Mel dentist. Your hands up on the realm. Yeah, I don't think you're a little bit is a little too close to, you know? Yeah. Right. Like Wait a minute. We're not gonna hurt each other. No, we're gonna be careful. Yeah, but their dances they make so much money. These doctors are crazy. Um There's another doctor in town called dermatologists. Have you ever gone to drink once they come in, and they look at you? Just look at you didn't look at me Criticize the way you look and they don't even touch you. I told my dentist which is $175 you touching me today, Looking at drawing you get decade while yelling you go. You touching me today? We're going to die. That's the greatest. I'm having fun. Just living life. Yeah. You know what age we can talk about things? We we? We never talked about Well, times have changed times of time talking about some things now I'm just so happy on stage. This is helping them like you know what? I'm gonna let our audience know if you haven't seen George and I've had him had the privilege of having a month. My show for many times over these past years, but and I love sitting one on one, but one of the things that I found most remarkable, and I've always said this about great comedians. Really great comedians don't need to be dirty to be funny. And you are not dirty. You are clever and witty and I, you know, besides all the acting and and all the T V appearances You're live show. See, people think what they see you on TV, so I'll bet you when he works live, it's perfect. It's dirty, but for you listeners out there. Trust me when you see George You will laugh because you're living the day that we all lived through every week. You know, we obviously had a head on collision with the dishes here, but that's okay. Yeah, well, we're at the bootlegger Bistro. It's celebrity table. 30. It's the legendary George Wallace and the legendary bootlegger bistro. And you know Ra life. So it's I want to thank you for having me for lunch. Dinner. Whatever I'm eating today. I don't know. I think I ordered dinner with it so well, you know, our menu here is, you know, we have the dinner menu. The lunch menu. 24 7. Yeah, I saw that when I've known as 24 7, But the menu is so much Yeah. And since dinner, lunch breakfast, whatever this is, is on you. It's just a little bit. No ordered breakfast, dinner and much older than me. Oh, well, good surprise. That's what the promotion is over there. Nobody ever ordered this one true, but This is a nice restaurant talk. I've been here many times before. Well, you know, it's been around a long, good service when they come here, So it's been around a long time. But you know, I, uh, during the course of our meals, by the way you ordered. What did you are you little lasagna onion season selling little? No peace shoes. Michela. Yeah, I've got some. This is some bread here. No, that's the Panetti Benetti. Whenever you take that dipping in that sauce, is that right? Yeah. You don't you know, use your fingers were Italian. Your fingers. I'm going to get the bread here. You don't know where my hands are bad. That's another thing. I don't do. I'm still when I'm walking down. First of all, I don't touch anybody anymore. Okay? Nobody fist bumped bumped either. I tell people that the show I'm not touching anybody. No, I don't care how much fun we have. I'm not touching.
"south strip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And do not necessarily reflect the views of this station. It's management or be easily media group. Yeah, from the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas and the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro on the South Strip. It's breaking bread with low So now let's wine and dine with Dennis had today's special guest from celebrity table 30. Here's Dennis Boto. AM Dennis Bono. And welcome to breaking bread with Bono. Another episode right We'll call it an episode in another segment, breaking bread with Bono from celebrity table 30 in the entertainment capital of the World, Las Vegas. Which we're not quite sure was coming out of a pandemic, so we're not sure if we're still the entertainment capital of the world, but we think we're on our way back to that. Today. I have a very special guest that she's absolutely a magnificent singer and Just vivacious and bubbly has got a great history and in this industry and so well respected because she's so musical, but also one of the nicest people in her In our field on I'm speaking of ELISA Fear. Oh Oh, hello there At least a good to have you good to be bad? Yeah, so way did an episode. Quite a while back, and I said it's time to do another one. But I want to give everybody a little bit of background. You're originally in East Coast person, Silly girl. Billie Girl, born and raised in Philly, born and raised in Philly lived there till I was about 15. Okay, now, did you come from a musical family? Yes, I did. My dad is a classical pianist study with Vladimir Horowitz. Whoa. Was a professor at Temple University for over 48 years, Um, played was the Philadelphia Orchestra when he was 12 years old. And so he was quite magnificent Pianist. Obviously. Was he originally from Philadelphia's Germantown, Okay, Yeah, about Mom was born and raised in Florida. Okay? And she met my dad when he was in the Army. He played actually for the White House for John F. Kennedy. Okay, marching band. I guess he was the pianist for the For the movie. Yeah. On the Army band. Yeah, they met and actually Steve Lawrence saying In the same time when my dad was there really? When? When he moved here, He's like I know, Steve. Oh, yeah, my Steven, my one of my best friends and my next door neighbor. Yeah. So, Yeah. And then my mom she kind of saying when she was younger, but, you know, she just was She gravitated towards music? Yes. You know, it was your mom. Italian Mama's Irish German Cherokee Indian. My dad was a tell you. Wow, What a combination. You see, I grew up a lot. You know it. Well, we're expressive. Yes, expressive way. Use the word express our emotions. Yes. Um, I grew up in a household where nobody was a professional as your dad was, But there was music on in the home all the time, and that had a great influence on me. I think it had a great influence on my Demeanor growing up, You know, I think there's a soothing you become a much more suit soul when you have music in your surrounded by it. So you have brothers and sisters, Three brothers all older. Uh huh. And the record player was definitely the focus in our house. Okay? I remember just spending hours just listening to records. Yeah, I miss doing that, like I It was such a moment in my life. I'll never forget. Like just putting on a new record and hearing you know Diana Ross for the first time, the Beatles Well, No. That experience. When did you When did you have? You know? Obviously you grew up as I did with music and in your home because the background your parents. Um, when did you Think Or feel like you wanted to follow that path. It was when my grandmother when my dad's mother would come to visit from Florida, Huh? Should bring your tape recorder should try to get all the kids to perform. Sing Actually on this tape recorder when my three brothers didn't really have singing voice is my one brother thought he did? Yeah, constipated. What do you say you don't He's doing over in Humperdinck and scare the whole family. Then I got in you. The youngest was the okay So when my started singing I was singing songs like the Rose. Okay, You know some Streisand and So my grandma? Definitely. How old were you there? I was about eight or nine. Yeah, Yeah, um, way every summer, she'd come and we're just sitting record. And sing harmonies together, So that's just like the real bigger. She's sort of. Yeah, I was gonna say it sounds like she sort of kept you focus. Oh, yeah. I had to impress their friends in Florida. You know the tapes and go back. Go back. That's right. So did you sing in school plays and stuff? You know, I auditioned when I first started getting excited about, you know, trying to pursue it professionally. I I did I had my first thing I ever did was audition for the sound of music at the high school. And how old were you? I was about 10. Okay, So you were becoming part of a high school production. I understand from my brothers are all in high school, right looking for Gretel. I'm sure and I auditioned and I didn't get the gift to get the job. Okay. Get the get the gig. Yeah. Now, you know,.
"south strip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Capital of the world, Las Vegas and the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro on the South Strip. It's breaking bread with Bobo. So now let's wine and dine with Dennis had today's special guest from celebrity table 30. Here's Dennis Boto. Hi, I'm Dennis Bono and welcome back to another episode of breaking bread with Bono from celebrity table 30. The legendary bootlegger Italian bistro. The entertainment capital, the world Las Vegas now Today is most unusual because I'm gonna throw the ball. Into my producer, Um, Engineers court and he's going to interview me because I'm so thrilled and fortunate enough. You have my Daughter. Police, who flew in yesterday from Connecticut Boy hadn't seen in quite hasn't been here in almost a year. A ZEY commentator is sort of a social commentator. As I tell my story and And Sean interviews me, Sean McGee. My daughter will be interjecting and telling probably some truth which I may be unaware of. But she's gonna talk about her perspective. Police. Good to have you here. Thank you. I'm going to throw this over to our host today. Thistles unusual for me to be on this side of the mic and I'm sure it's unusual for you to be in front of the mike. But Sean, the ball's in your court. Thank you. Thieves aren't new guidelines. The tables have turned. You think? Yes, they have, Um how would just like to say it's a pleasure? Okay, So it's been fun having you here it has it has. I love the stories. Okay, so so little recap. Okay, So what would you say? It all started when you were in kindergarten handprint Impersonating Johnny Ray? Well, that's the story. You know, I grew up in in his dead, least knows this part but I grew up in a household where nobody was professional. When it came to music. It was just a household full of music constant, whether it be the radio whether the record player I don't know, maybe it has to do with our my ethnic background. Being Italian. It's just music is an important like food. You know, It's an important part of our culture on you know the food, the music and camaraderie. It's all goes hand in hand. So I was a kid growing up from the moment I could walk. I would bounce, you know, to music and stuff, but I think my story that I've shared so many times over this past year. Eyes when I went to kindergarten, and I didn't impress, you know kids are doing Um Show and tell. And, uh, you know, seeing I'm a little teapot, Itsy bitsy spider and I got you know up and did an impression of Johnny Grace and cry and get on my hands and knees and tore open my shirt was a popular song and they sent me home from school because there's something Wrong with this child, and obviously they were right. So yeah, that's really where it all started. I'm feeling very badly now for kids because they're not able to go to school. And not only are they missing out on the academics and they say they're learning it at home and You know doing it, Uh, on visual with a computer and stuff, But the social interaction? Yeah, is really a very valuable Part of growing up and I went to school because it was a place for me to have fun. Who's this? I went for the social environment I didn't like, like Jason. Like my grandson, Jason. He just you know, school was like, Oh, good. This is home base to play for me, toe entertain, you know, and I kind of did the same thing and I anything I could get involved with other People like I was athletic, but not athletic enough to be, you know, first string on any team or anything like that. So between personality, whatever musicality was in my blood Would join, like choir or the chorus or any dramatic Clubs because it allowed a lot of interaction and choir Ironically enough, I got thrown out of choir, not because I couldn't sink but because I just I used it as a springboard for me to have fun, you know, And if you're trying to teach things teachers wouldn't appreciate that, you know. Your daughter's different. Yeah, Felon does like school for social reasons, but, you know, she's definitely focused on the active chemist, but Dad was able to, um Give myself and my kids great subjects when it came to projects screaming because we would always do it on Dad, you know, like growing up with a father who's you know a singer in Las Vegas or an entertainer for me? That was not even anything that the kids I went to school with even could associate with And now my kids have done that to when they say, you know, pick one person to do a project on it. He always picked up. He's got these really cool. Well, you know projects done for the kids because it's unique from where we live in Connecticut. That's gonna compensate your mother. You know, when I married your mom, you know, I just gotten out of the service. Yeah, And when I I think I mean, she had She knew that music was an interest. Well, she thought she was marrying in English. She thought I was gonna be an English teacher, and it was okay for her. You know, she accepted? No. She accepted the fact that on weekends, I was going to go out and sing with bands because that's what I had done prior to getting drafted into the Army. And and it would be. You know, supplemental. It would be not only enjoyment but a way to supplement income. And she thought that that would my that would be my perspective. Probably forever. Well, when I get out of the service, and you know my perspective, and I got married, my perspective change, and I wanted a Keep pursuing the music. So I ended up going out on the road, which I think your mom was very happy about that time. And matter of fact, there were times when your mom came with me. Yeah, Yeah, She did have some fun, but Use. It is a difficult business, so but anyway, it wasn't way were married. How many years? Yeah, but how many years before you were born? Six years. Yeah. Married six years before Least came along shoes. Yeah, when I was born, you know, weekends at the nightclubs was the thing. That's something that I remember growing up as a little girl just being taken to wherever he was that was, you know, in a distance that you could drive to On the weekends. Did you? Did you meet the guy with the one hair wrapped around his head? Knows that later, you know that. You know she didn't. She didn't go to that club. There's a lot of stories that even she doesn't know really before me, But I did meet some crazy care..