When Caesars Palace took blockbuster sporting events to the outdoors

By Mike Henle Starting in the 1960s, Caesars Palace ran the gamut of special events. Beginning with the attempted Evel Knievel motorcycle jump of the fountains Jan. 31, 1967, sports writers spent half of their lives on the grounds covering unique and exciting special events. Caesars capitalized on sporting events that included tennis matches highlighting […]

Richie Clyne and company spearheaded LVMS in the 1990’s

By Mike Henle Back in late-1994, I arrived home in Las Vegas after eight days in bed following a stay that saw me undergo brain surgery (epilepsy) at Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla, Calif.   I was in no hurry to get back on my feet considering a brain surgery that took more than […]