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Timeless Chicken N’ Dumplings

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Cold winter months are perfect for nesting in the kitchen and cooking up some tummy warming, yummy dishes for the family. What could be more timeless and appreciated than a pot of chicken and dumplings? Well, maybe a beef stew, but the creamy deliciousness of the chicken base and satisfying denseness of dumplings is hard to beat. It may take …

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Vegas Dining Specials, New Shows and Projects

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

 BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW contributed by Jackie Brett CIRCA RESORT & CASINO IS DOWNTOWN’S NEW PROJECT: The long wait and mystery are finally over for the plans for Downtown Las Vegas’ first casino-resort being built from the ground up in more than three decades. Developer Derek Stevens, co-owner of the D and Golden Gate properties, unveiled renderings of Circa Resort & …

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Rockin’ Vegas and Europe: The Diva Balladeer

In Christine on The Scene by Christine McKellar

Seasons come, and seasons go. But in one entertainer’s heart it’s always Christmas. Singer, author and entertainer, Linda Suzanne, has written, produced and starred in seven big-scale musical productions over the past two decades.  While each show boasts an original theme, one thing remains the same: most of the proceeds from a Linda Suzanne production benefit children or animal nonprofit …

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Gaga Debut, Dining Delights, Vegas Concerts

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Jackie Brett

 BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW contributed by Jackie Brett WAYNE NEWTON MOVES TO CLEOPATRA’S BARGE: Since April 2016, you could find Wayne Newton singing “Danke Schoen” at the Windows Showroom at Bally’s. The Las Vegas legend is relocating to another intimate room and will start a new headlining residency with his “Wayne Newton: Up Close & Personal” show on Jan. 28 at …

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Throw(up)Back Thursday: Milk Chicken Recipe

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Food and dining have come a long way since the retro days as this dated recipe for Milk Chicken vividly and near nauseously proves.  Not only is the entire concept of this dish off-putting but the verbiage lacks a certain finesse we modern day gastronomes have grown accustomed to. Granted, there are many diners and purveyors of European inspired dishes …

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Two F’n Hangover Cocktails: Fernet Coke and Fog Cutter

In The Imbibery and Distillery by Christine McKellar

Sure a new year has already been born. Most peeps have put their major hangover behind them. But it’s a wise reveler who keeps a couple classic hangover cocktail recipes on hand. Here are two favorites; The Fernet & Coke, which is highly respected in Argentina where folks are said to consume the herbal-infused *Fernet to the tune of over …