Born on the outskirts of Yellowstone National Park, Mark Sedenquist managed to drive nearly a million miles around North America before arriving in Las Vegas just before the turn of the century, and he is not done yet. He is the publisher and managing editor of Living-Las-Vegas and always looking for that new “road trip discovery” lurking somewhere in southern Nevada.
I'm not much of a caged-animal kind of guy. I prefer that creatures go about the planet natural and free. But I admit I enjoy a good zoo, where I can hobnob with some endangered species and watch humans wait
“….I’ve lived in Las Vegas for about decade, and I’ve driven by the restaurant on West Charleston dozens of times. I’ve always wondered why the property looked so nice, but the parking lot was always deserted during the daytime. Obviously,
Living-Las-Vegas blogs went live this week with eight writers covering a variety of topics, from poker at the M resort, a sci fi convention at the Plaza and a pole dancing competition at the Bellagio to free beer in Pahrump.