Giancarlo

Those who know me are well-acquainted with my “Breaking Bad” fanboy status. OK, I have a number of television shows and films where character and plot information occupies far too much of my brain. Well, Giancarlo Esposito, who appeared as Gustavo Fring on “Breaking Bad” and Buggin’ Out in “Do The Right Thing,” (among countless […]

I’ve got a good hook for a new commercial. “I’m Yasiel Puig.” The Cuban sensation launched another home run deep into the Los Angeles night on Thursday, his third since being called up by the Dodgers to start the week. Dylan Hernandez write of the Puig phenomenon. Hernandez also reports that Carl Crawford’s hamstring strain […]

If you were on social media at all over the past 24 hours, you saw report after report about Floyd Mayweather laying down ridiculous coin in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Todd Fuhrman regularly joins “The Fantasy Freaks” on FOX Sports Radio to talk odds, trends, futures and “fish stories.” Well, Todd discusses Mayweather’s $5 […]

This week, NFL fans will revel in the announcement of future Super Bowl destinations (San Francisco, Houston and Miami are the leaders in the clubhouse). But, that’s phase two of the week. LVH SuperBook in Las Vegas released the over/under win totals for 2013. The Jaguars are predicted to be the worst team in the […]

I read this headline on Tuesday morning and did a double-take. The famed “Heart Attack Grill” of Las Vegas lost its biggest fan and unofficial spokesperson when John Alleman suffered a heart attack last week. The 52-year-old burger aficionado was a fixture at the Fremont Street location. Owner Jon Basso said, “He’s the only person […]

I read this piece this morning and just had to extend its reach to the masses. Perhaps that was a bad line, but I thought this was a win. Frequent guest on my Sunday morning show on FOX Sports Radio, Todd Fuhrman, tossed up a column comparing two of the world’s greatest pastimes while offering […]

The Sprint Cup Series heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend following two thrilling runs to open the 2012 campaign. If any place can recreate the drama and excitement of the season opener in Daytona, it has to be Las Vegas, right? I mean, I caught two minutes of the old show “Las Vegas” […]

Idle construction equipment is getting new life in Las Vegas. The great hub of nightlife and chicanery, long noted as an adult playground, has a new toy. “Dig This” opened to give people an opportunity to learn how to use the equipment and move mountains (or piles of sand and rocks). For $750 per hour, […]

This popped up on the wire Tuesday afternoon. Laurence Fishburne departs the show after two seasons, prompting the need to find another new lead for the lab. Enter Danson. It was a high-profile search as the former ratings beast moves into its next phase. Is it enough to bring it back to the top? Ted […]