John Katsilometes

John KatsilometesAn interview with John Katsilometes (Visit John’s Las Vegas Sun Website), a veteran journalist (who disdains the title “veteran” in this context) who has worked for four newspapers, most recently the Las Vegas Sun, where he spent eight years as feature writer, columnist and features editor.

Currently, John writes for the Las Vegas Weekly and Greenspun Media Online editions covering a variety of happenings in and around Las Vegas and has interviewed everyone in Las Vegas that you would know of.
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Jackie Brett

Jackie Brett (,is the Manager of Advertising and Public Relations for the Imperial Palace and Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon (formerly the Barbary Coast) as well as a freelance writer specializing in the Las Vegas entertainment and travel scene.

Her writings appear in magazines and newspapers all over the country including Albuquerque, San Diego, Denver, Phoenix, Orange County, Ventura and Los Angeles. Jackie is well known through her previous position as the Domestic Tour and Travel Manager promoting group travel. Her involvement with the motorcoach industry had her participating for the past nine years on the American Bus Association’s national education sub-committees. Jackie’s efforts have been recognized with several awards including the Woman of Achievement in Tourism by the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce.
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Jerry Fink

Jerry FinkInterview with one of the most read people in Las Vegas, Jerry Fink. Jerry is the entertainment columnist for the Las Vegas Sun for the past 8 years! He has seen and reviewed almost every show in Las Vegas.
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Ira David Sternberg

Ira SteinbergAn interview with Ira David Sternberg – the Vice President of Communications and Community Relations for the Las Vegas Hilton.

Ira is in charge of all promotional material which comes from the Hilton and previously was the Communications Director for Lt. Governor Lorraine Hunt. He has had his own radio show and been in the Public Relations business in Las Vegas for over 20 years – needless to say, he knows everyone in this town.
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Jim Snyder

Jim SnyderAn interview with Jim Snyder (, News Anchor for NBC Affiliate in Las Vegas – Channel 3 KVBC. We get the inside look behind the television news in Las Vegas!

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Jim moved to Seattle, Washington, as a child. He lived in the Northwest through college at Washington State University and graduated in 1987 with a B.A. Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Jim worked his way up the ladder starting in Wenatchee, Washington, in 1987; Tri-Cities Washington between 1987 and 1989. From there, Jim made his first stop in the Silver State, working in Reno until 1991.

Jim then made Las Vegas his home for three years working at News 3 between 1991 and 1994 as our morning anchor. He then moved to Seattle, Washington, where he anchored the news between 1994 and 1998. “I always thought of the Northwest as my home, but after spending time in Las Vegas, I began to appreciate the fantastic quality of life here,” he says. “And now, this is ‘home.'”
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Anthony Curtis

Anthony CurtisAn interview with Anthony Curtis (, former professional gambler and frequent guest on the Travel Channel Las Vegas Series and the Publisher of Huntington Press and the Las Vegas Advisor.

Anthony Curtis is the author of Bargain City—Booking, Betting, and Beating the New Las Vegas (OUT OF PRINT and co-author of The Art of Gambling.

Curtis has served as a consultant and gambling authority for Disney Studios; ABC’s “20/20”, and NBC’s “Crime Story.” Articles about or by Curtis have appeared in USA Today, Publisher’s Weekly, Casino Player, Chicago Sun-Times, L.A. Times, Newsday, Wall Street Journal, Discover Magazine, the London Times, and other high-profile publications. Curtis has also been featured on “48 HOURS” and “DATELINE NBC.”

As a professional gambler, Curtis’ top tournament wins include $76,000 World Matchplay Blackjack Championship, $125,000 Atlantic City Craps Championship, $50,000 Las Vegas Keno Championship, and $60,000 Las Vegas Blackjack Championship.
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