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Showgirl Collection Curator Seeks A Classic Venue: Episode 1

In Christine on The Scene, That's So Vegas! TV by Christine McKellar

Currently housed in “Boylesque” star Kenny Kerr’s old mansion in Paradise Palms, Grant Philipo’s Las Vegas Showgirl Museum is looking to expand into a 65- to 70,000-square foot venue that can accommodate its collection of 30,000 artifacts that includes more than 1,000 mannequins adorned with the gorgeous costumes of the great Las Vegas extravaganzas: the value of which is so …

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Vegas Carnivals, Concerts and Dining Tidbits

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW by Jackie Brett BETTER THAN EZRA ADDED TO DOWNTOWN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: Fremont Street Experience’s free concert series, Downtown Rocks, will continue Sunday, Sept. 3 with a free performance at 9 p.m. on Main Street Stage by alternative rock band Better Than Ezra.  The New Orleans trio, best known for their signature blend of college rock influences …

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Magical Memories, a Vegas Dolphin is Born, Tribute to The King

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW By Jackie Brett MEETING SPACE RENOVATION AT FLAMINGO COMPLETED: The Flamingo re-opened its $6.5 million newly renovated meeting space, which began in April 2017, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new space has a fresh, bright and modern look with windows providing an abundance of natural light. Each meeting room, named after a different Nevada city, features …

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‘Imaginarium’: Grand Illusion Meets 3D and Surreal Fantasy

In Christine on The Scene, That's So Vegas! TV by Christine McKellar

Award-winning grand illusionist David Goldrake has begun a Las Vegas residency at Tropicana Las Vegas. The magician, known as ‘The International Man of Mystery’ defies the laws of time and physics in front of spectators’ very eyes with  David Goldrake ‘Imaginarium’ inside the Tropicana Theater. Representing a new generation of illusionists, David Goldrake draws guests into a surreal scene caught …

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Hell’s Kitchen, Sex Tips and Top Gear America in Las Vegas

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STRIPSIDE CLOSES TO MAKE ROOM FOR HELL’S KITCHEN: Stripside Café & Bar at Caesars Palace closes to make way for Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen. Construction on the new 300-seat restaurant starts later this month so it can open in the space this winter. Hell’s Kitchen will feature indoor and Strip-adjacent patio dining and offer a themed brunch, dinner and spirited bar …