Tag: gambling

  • Lomoventure to “The Biggest Little City in the World”

    written by lomographysf on 2012-06-01 in #world #locations #videos
    Lomoventure to “The Biggest Little City in the World”

    Getting out of town doesn’t mean leaving your Lomo behind, especially when the destination is Reno, the so-called “Biggest Little City in the World”! Two San Francisco Lomographers and their friends recently headed to Reno, Nevada, for big wins, big eats, and big fun. We took our Lomo loves along with us, not thinking twice about capturing our highlights on film. Join us on our Lomoventure!

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  • 10 Defunct Las Vegas Casinos

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-10-27 in #lifestyle
    10 Defunct Las Vegas Casinos

    We have recently featured an A-Z gallery of popular hotel-casinos in the Sin City of Las Vegas. Were you able to tell which ones are no longer operational and which ones are still around? See if you guessed them right after the jump!

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  • Las Vegas

    written by wil6ka on 2008-04-27 in #world #locations
    Las Vegas

    Ever been to Vegas? This Gods forsaken oasis in the middle of the desert? You have to see it! It's like Disneyland on Mars. And I mean it not only literally! If you fly in you see nothing but red sand for a long time, but suddenly lights blink and the desert is illuminated. Have you seen "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"? Well, it's like it. When you arrive in the airport slot-machines already wait for you. If you are in the city there is no way around the roulette-table. What should you do anyway.

  • Baluarte Zoo

    written by halfawakehaiku on 2009-07-29 in #world #locations
    Baluarte Zoo

    A private collection of animals shared with the public for free.

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  • Midweek Movies: Ocean's Eleven (2001)

    written by shhquiet on 2011-10-26 in #lifestyle
    Midweek Movies: Ocean's Eleven (2001)

    "They're having so much fun it's illegal." Meet Danny Ocean and his gang of eleven as they sneak their way into three Las Vegas casinos, in the hopes of snagging $150 million.