Monthly Archives: November 2012

Christmas in Vegas-Free things to do

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Winter In Venice: The Venetian and the Palazzo join forces from November 21st through January 8th for the Winter in Venice spectacular.Featuring holiday concerts and events (some free, some not), a spectacular nightly light show and an ice skating rink (unfortunately not free), this years Winter In Venice will inspire and bring smiles of joy. […]

Human Nature to leave Imperial Palace and move to the Venetian January 2013

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Popular singing group Human Nature has ended a three-year run at Imperial Palace (The Quad), performing a final show on Nov. 25, 2012. Smokey Robinson Presents Australia’s Human Nature — The Ultimate Celebration of Motown features the vocal harmonies of Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney. They did the songs of Motown […]

Have you heard of Eye Candy?

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Mandalay Bay has a unique and technologically savvy bar located in the center of the casino floor featuring high tech twists on the classic cocktail lounge. There are interactive touch tables, sound stations, and a dance floor with an ever-changing landscape. The bar is open 11am to late most nights and the sound lounge is […]

Rat Pack at Rio Highlights

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Let’s start first with the stage. You get seated in your area and sit at a table in the old lounge style. I give them credit for this recreation. You can order drinks at the standard price or get up to the bar. Since they have several toasts during the show, you should keep your […]

Pan Handling Getting Worse

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The above picture demonstrates what I am speaking of. We think for Las Vegas this is unacceptable. It creates a hostile feeling and no one should have to feel this way. Police seem to be looking the other way more and more as they are supposed to be doing something. Selling water, playing the guitar, dressing […]