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Camp Rhino Offering Ninja Warrior training in Las Vegas

Camp Rhino Offering Ninja Warrior training in Las Vegas

Written and photography by Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer “American Ninja Warrior” has been a growing phenomenon over the past seven seasons. The show features athletes from all walks of life navigating a complex obstacle course in order to progress to the next round, with the ultimate goal of competing in a four-stage Mount Midoriyama. […]

UNLV Defeats UNR and Wins Fremont Cannon

UNLV Defeats UNR and Wins Fremont Cannon

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer The new era of UNLV football kept on rolling as UNLV defeated UNR in the Battle for the Fremont Cannon. Coming off of an 80-8 victory over Idaho State last week, the Rebels continued their momentum to win two straight and make a winning season look possible. The Rebels […]

Café Americano offers a Fresh & Flavorful Take on Cuisine

Café Americano offers a Fresh & Flavorful Take on Cuisine

By Joe Buda Photos by Debbie Hall Café Americano is a 24-hour restaurant located inside Caesars Palace by the hotel lobby. The restaurant is billed as “All Fresh, All the Time.” I can attest that it lives up to this standard. The experience was, simply put, amazing and exceeded our expectations. The service here is […]

Casa de Shenandoah tours provide a glimpse into the life of Mr. Las Vegas

Casa de Shenandoah tours provide a glimpse into the life of Mr. Las Vegas

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer Wayne Newton has been a Las Vegas icon for decades. Now fans can learn more about Newton by visiting his legendary Casa de Shenandoah. The tours begin across the street from the legendary residence at the Casa de Shenandoah Visitor’s Center. Once there, guests see a short film about […]

UNLV sets new records in 80-8 rout over Idaho State

UNLV sets new records in 80-8 rout over Idaho State

By Joe Buda This was the Rebels’ night. After starting the season with three tough match-ups (with powerhouses such as Northern Illinois, UCLA and Michigan), they entered the more forgiving part of their schedule. Idaho State, an FCS team, was first up. UNLV has had its share of issues with FCS teams in the past, […]

Rhino CrossFit Challenge at Olympia (Gallery)

Rhino CrossFit Challenge at Olympia (Gallery)

Written and photography by Joe Buda Camp Rhino partnered with Powerhouse Gyms for the Rhino CrossFit Challenge at the Olympia Expo on Sept. 18 and 19, 2015. Nine challenges were available for participants to attempt to dominate. The male and female winners of each event received $100. The overall male and female winners for all […]

UNLV Loses to Michigan, 28-7

UNLV Loses to Michigan, 28-7

By Joe Buda There weren’t many positive takeaways from Saturday’s loss in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the Rebels went to the Big House and had a combined total of 235 yards on offense. I said there weren’t many positive takeaways, but here are a few: UNLV did get a much-needed payday of $1 million for […]

UNLV Blows 14-Point Lead in Loss to NIU

UNLV Blows 14-Point Lead in Loss to NIU

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer It was Tony Sanchez’s debut as UNLV’s head football coach. It was a game that the Rebels were supposed to lose by over three touchdowns, if you listened to the experts. What we got was vastly different then predicted, but with a familiar outcome. UNLV took a 17-3 lead […]

Matt Wilhelm Discusses Fitness, Nutrition and Personal Training

Matt Wilhelm Discusses Fitness, Nutrition and Personal Training

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer Photos provided courtesy of Matt Wilhelm Six years ago, Matt Wilhelm started an adventure when he moved from Minnesota to Las Vegas to pursue a Master’s degree in Kinesiology. After moving to Las Vegas, things began to change. He started personal training as a part time job and quickly […]

Exploding Kittens is a light-hearted and addictive game

Exploding Kittens is a light-hearted and addictive game

By Joe Buda Exploding Kittens is a fast paced card game created by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), Elan Lee and Shane Small. It is the card game that broke Kickstarter records, as it is the No. 1 most funded game and had the most backers in Kickstarter history. Supporters who donated on Kickstarter received the first rights […]

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