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September 2, 2014

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Mundo Juillerat and Stuart Carter-Smith (Aug. 27)

John Katsilometes talks to Mundo Juillerat and Stuart Carter-Smith, who founded the music festival "Vegas Unplugged." The festival debuted its third year Saturday. Listen »

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What to know about The Other Hotel opening

The opening of SLS Las Vegas has overshadowed another Strip hotel unveiling set for this week. The debut of Delano Las Vegas is upon us. The property once known as The Hotel at Mandalay Bay is …

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Club kingpin Mike Galam is out as Crazy Horse Too sits dark

Um, maybe it’s the location? Maybe the parcel on which Crazy Horse Too is simply cursed? Not likely, but that enclave of debauchery …

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As Jerry Lewis accepts Australia’s top honor, rare MDA Telethon video surfaces

There was once a time when the entire country was tuned in to Jerry Lewis on Labor Day Weekend, but on Friday afternoon it was a handful of dignitaries who joined Lewis at Reynolds Hall in the Smith Center for the Performing Arts …

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Real rockers Arsenal fuel ‘Rock of Ages’ at the Venetian

“Rock of Ages,” which is deep into its second year at the Venetian, features a dynamite cast of Broadway-caliber performers but leans heavily on a live band at the back of the stage. …

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‘O’ artist released from hospital after suffering injury during Russian Swing act

An artist in Cirque du Soleil’s production of “O” at Bellagio was injured Wednesday night after hitting the stage while dismounting from the show’s Russian Swing act. Cirque officials have …

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Singing, joking and grooving to the end, Cook E. Jarr closes with a flourish at Harrah’s

What is to become of Cook E. Jarr, whose name brings to mind the heyday of Las Vegas lounge schmaltz? He arrived more than 30 years ago toting the act Cook E. Jarr & The Krums, …

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‘Absinthe’ is setting up for second, touring production

“Given the ever-growing demand for the production and its lauded reputation globally, we decided to engage in discussions with promoters in Europe, Canada, Australia and Japan about the ‘Absinthe’ tour,” Spiegelworld founder …

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Add The Wayner to the Nevada 150 all-star show; Cook E. Jarr closes run at Harrah’s

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts President Myron Martin landed Mr. Las Vegas for the upcoming sesquicentennial all-star show Sept. 22 at Reynolds Hall: Wayne Newton has agreed to …

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From downtown to Sunset Station, the creative among us are cranking it up this evening

Rare is it in VegasVille that we are treated to such a spate of groovy events on a Tuesday night. Tonight is one of those rare nights, as some hyper-creative artists are performing downtown, in Green Valley and on the Strip. …

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On tap for ‘Absinthe’: Twin dancing tandem of Sean & John

Sean and John Scott, more famously known as Sean & John, are premiering in “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace on Thursday night. The duo has most recently performed in “Vegas Nocturne” at the Cosmopolitan’s Rose. Rabbit. Lie. but were left without a stage …

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Clarion, the former Debbie Reynolds hotel, to close Labor Day Weekend

The hotel opened by film legend Debbie Reynolds on Convention Center Drive seems to be fading to black. The Clarion Hotel Casino has reportedly announced …

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SLS opening draws some real players; Jewelers of Las Vegas accessorizes Fred Segal

The fury of Friday night’s grand opening at SLS Las Vegas has subsided, when guests began waiting in line for as long as 4 hours before the requisite fireworks, ribbon cutting and flooding of the casino floor at midnight. …

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Lawsuit: Siegel stiffed old family friend

Business has gotten personal between the daughter of prominent real estate agent David Atwell (who died in November) and timeshare mogul David Siegel, who recently bought …

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As it reignites north end of the Strip, SLS means Seeking Local Support

It’s difficult not to feel melancholy as SLS Las Vegas resurrects this famous parcel at the corner of Sahara and the Strip. It’s been the zombie apocalypse on this corner long enough, three years and change since the closing of …

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Cirque plans to spin ‘Zumanity’ and ‘Love’ anew

Cirque du Soleil put on quite a scene Thursday afternoon at McCarran International Airport, as artists from “Love” at the Mirage bounded about the baggage claim area to celebrate The Beatles’ performances at the Las Vegas Convention Center 50 years ago this week. …

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