Circa in the News | 6-17-21 to 6-23-21

Circa in the News 6-17-21 to 6-23-21

 

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Scenes during a historic heat wave in the western U.S. by Troy Witcher of Washington Post

“More than 40 million Americans are in the crosshairs of triple-digit heat this week, with some spots soaring over 120 degrees as records fall across the West. The heat in many areas is dangerous, prompting excessive-heat warnings in seven states where temperatures will be hazardous to human health.

Image: People receive a cooling spray of water at the Circa hotel’s pool.

Image: Lifeguard Mateo Bautista receives a cooling spray of water from EMT and security officer Angie Sanchez at the Circa hotel pool.”

 

Nevada Casinos Remain Shuttered More Than a Year After Pandemic Began by Larry Henry of Casino.org

As these closures occur, new casinos are opening in Southern Nevada for the first time in years. The 777-room Circa Resort opened on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas late last year as an adults-only property. Circa is the first resort built from the ground up in that area in 40 years.

 

Review-Journal wins 11 awards in prestigious journalism contests by Aleksandra Appleton of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Digital Designer Tony Morales won first place from Best of the West in the Informational Graphic category for a multimedia piece on the construction of the Circa Resort & Casino, which included drone video, photos and facts about the resort.

 

Celebrate National Steak Month in Las Vegas by Ken Miller of Las Vegas Magazine

“For ribeye lovers, the rib cap is hard to beat. It’s one of the best cuts possible in the steak world. This is flavor central, almost as velvety and delectable as the filet mignon. Barry’s Downtown Prime at Circa Resort & Casino has one of the best examples you’ll find in town. How good is it? So good that owner Barry S. Dakake put his name on it. Just sit down and order ‘Barry’s Steak.’ They’ll know exactly what you’re talking about.

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