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A Vampire in Vegas Part II: A Midnight Mid-death Crisis

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

(Each week in October as a “treat”  I post a segment of this four-part “fictional” short story. Happy Halloween!) by Christine L. McKellar Following my disastrous tryst at a Vegas nightclub last week, wherein I allowed myself to be seduced into immortality by a beguiling younger man, an entire plethora of issues quickly evolved. For one thing, I’m a tad bit more …

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A True Tale of Aviation History: Near Death and Determination

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

Las Vegas local legend, Norm Johnson, has penned a true tale of aviation history in his debut novel, “Four Planes Started  Only Two Finished”.  Over the years Norm has held publicity and management positions with iconic entertainers including: Robert Goulet, Lola Falana, Wayne Newton, Deana Martin, Freddie Bell, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Charlie Daniels, Fred Travalena, Ray Romano, Gallagher, …

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Make Your Own Salted Caramel Cream Liqueur

In The Imbibery and Distillery by Christine McKellar

It’s that time of year for some warm, sweet and salty decadence. There’s a chill in the air that calls for a wee nip of winter liqueur. So, why not make your own salted caramel cream liqueur to keep on hand for unexpected visitors or special guests? Indulge by yourself if necessary! ***Salted Caramel Cream Liqueur*** Ingredients 10 oz Salted …

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Vegas October Feasts and Fests

In Vegas VIP Scene-ery by Vegas Only Entertainment

BRETT’S VEGAS VIEW contributed by Jackie Brett  ‘MAGIC MIKE LIVE’ WILL MOVE TO SAHARA IN 2020: “Magic Mike Live Las Vegas,” which recently celebrated its 1,000th performance at the Hard Rock, will end its incredibly successful run there on Nov. 24, and will re-open at the Sahara in Spring of 2020. Timing is everything. The Hard Rock will be undergoing …

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A Vampire in Vegas Part 1: “The Gift That Keeps on Giving”

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

(Each week in October as a “treat”  I post a segment of this four-part “fictional” short story. Happy Halloween!)   by Christine L. McKellar   I became one of the undead a week ago. It happened at a nightclub on the Las Vegas Strip where I really had no business being—not at my age, anyway. The sucker that nailed me (beg pardon) …

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Creative Corn-ery: Holiday Southwest Pudding

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Corn on the cob most likely was as important a food staple to Native Americans as the potato was to the Irish on the far side of the sea. Today millions of people enjoy corn kernels popped, salted and drenched in butter, or the whole cob steamed, barbecued or roasted with salt and drenched with butter and a variety of …