Play the Game, Take a Trip

In July, Vegas Seven observed what would have been Hunter S. Thompson’s 75th birthday ( Also honoring the godfather of Gonzo, designer Jonathan Baldwin created a ”scientifically accurate, organic chemistry board game” based on Thompson’s seminal book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The game, which is not for sale and was displayed at the University of Southern California’s Fisher Gallery, consists of a suitcase filled with vials of “drugs” and color-coded cards that dictate the action. Land on yellow, do some drugs. Land on blue, go on an adventure. Land on red, perform an ordinary household task under the influence. Sure beats the hell out of Monopoly!

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Next spring when Jerry Seinfeld performs in Las Vegas, the comedian can get a first-hand look at the future stars of his favorite baseball team. The Las Vegas 51s announced a two-year Player Development Contract with the New York Mets today, which will extend until the 2014 season. The affiliation will mark the fourth MLB franchise that the 51s, which just finished their 30th season in Las Vegas this summer, will serve as the top feeder team for—having just completed a four-year deal as the Triple A affiliate for the Toronto Blue Jays.