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Vegas T & T Festival, KittyPlays, Area15

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW contributed by Jackie Brett PALMS ANNOUNCES MORE NEW STARS FOR KAOS: KAOS is a new 73,000-square-foot entertainment experience opening at the Palms with a dayclub and 29,000-square-foot nightclub. The KAOS Grand Opening Weekend will offer an A-list talent lineup on April 5, 6 and 7 including special performances by Alicia Keys and Travis Scott. KAOS Dayclub and …

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Brute Force, Art, Energy and Ambition

In Christine on The Scene by Christine McKellar

The 3,800-square foot tent recently erected at the SE corner of the Excalibur Hotel seems to be a natural fit for the medieval-themed property on the Las Vegas Strip.  The tent is not for jousting or a circus: rather it’s home to a theatrical spectacle that has critics raving and audiences wanting more. Fuerza Bruta (Sp. brute force) engages a …

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Vegas March Madness, Beer Fest and Power of Love

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

 BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW contributed by Jackie Brett ‘JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE’ WILL BROADCAST FROM PLANET HOLLYWOOD: For the first time, ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will bring the show to Las Vegas and broadcast from Caesars Entertainment’s Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood and film five episodes, April 1-5. Emmy-winner Kimmel serves as host and executive producer of his distinctive late-night talk show, which …

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Vegas Goes Green, Concert and Dining Updates

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

 BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW                                  contributed by Jackie Brett                               PARIS DEBUTS NEW EIFFEL TOWER LIGHT SHOW: Paris Las Vegas, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, has unveiled a $1.7 million light show at the Eiffel Tower. Inspired by the illuminations of …

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Christine’s Vegas Carousel: A Week in Review

In Christine on The Scene by Christine McKellar

From 9 to 90! Vegas is a twelve-month, twenty-four-hour, seven-days-a-week playground that covers a broad spectrum of entertainment that includes something for everybody: from toddlers to tottering retirees. Here’s a brief summary of three shows recommend for all age groups; followed by a show for adults only. Where, oh where, can you go from “9” to “90” within just a …