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Human Nature heats up Vegas with classics that span generations

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Human Nature heats up Vegas with classics that span generations

Human Nature, one of Australia’s best-selling artists for over 25 years, brings their international act, Human Nature Jukebox, to The Venetian Las Vegas. Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney perform the greatest hits from Motown, pop, soul and a little doo-wop. Showtickets.com caught up with the guys to get the scoop on their […]

Dancing With the Stars 25th Season Was the Best

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Dancing With the Stars 25th Season Was the Best

Written and Photography by Nikki Artale This season of Dancing with the Stars had a wonderful cast of stars and professional dancers. A select group of us gathered once again at the home of Cindy Doumani to watch the season unfold and select the Mirror Ball Champion. The winners were Jordan Fisher and Pro Lindsey […]

Los Angeles Celebrates Cinema … Italian Style

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Los Angeles Celebrates Cinema … Italian Style

by Nicole Muj Los Angelenos celebrated Italian cinema and cuisine earlier this month with a number of special events, part of Cinema Italian Style held each year during the AFI Festival. Cinema Italian Style, now in its 13th installment, this year honored legendary director and screenwriter Michelangelo Atonioni and the 80th anniversary of co-presenter Luce Cinecittà. The […]

It’s A Wrap – 2017 American Film Market Ends On A High Note

It’s A Wrap – 2017 American Film Market Ends On A High Note

by Nicole Muj The 38th American Film Market AmericanFilmMarket.com/ ended on Nov. 8 with exhibitor and attendee numbers up, in addition to a significant increase in screenings. In total, 7,415 participants visited the Loews Hotel in Santa Monica, California, representing a six percent increase in attendance, with the market seeing 1,476 buyers arriving from 71 countries. Notably, […]

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS Review

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer What’s next? Bringing back Charlie Chan? MURDER lacks ugliness, spite and callousness. Branagh talks too much. I cannot compare THE MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS with the original 1974 film of Agatha Christie’s famous book. Do we really need a Hercule Poirot franchise starring Kenneth Branagh? I […]

‘I’ll Push You’ Is a True test of Humanity

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‘I’ll Push You’ Is a True test of Humanity

Written by Nikki Artale I’ll Push You tells the story of life long best friends who go on a 500 mile journey across mountains, deserts, valleys and hills traveling 10 to 15 hours a day for a 34 day wheel chair journey. Patrick Gray pushed Justin Skeesuck, who was in a wheelchair, in El Camino […]

THOR: RAGNAROK Review

THOR: RAGNAROK Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer Cate Blanchett is Marvel’s new goddess and deserves her own franchise. This is the best of the Avengers and Hemsworth’s charisma shines throughout, after all, he is the God of Thunder. If you are sick of superheroes saving the Earth and mankind over and over again, THOR: […]

Team CMD – Dominating the Call of Duty Campers

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Team CMD – Dominating the Call of Duty Campers

by Liz Tarnof Gaming. It was a burgeoning phenomenon decades ago, and continues to rapidly expand today. You can find people of all ages gaming, whether it be via their smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles or computers. It’s become a way of life for many, and for some, a true passion. For Team CMD, that […]

THE  KILLING OF THE SACRED DEER Review

THE KILLING OF THE SACRED DEER Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer Brilliant, unusual thriller by a masterful director. There are two unwatchable scenes in Yorgos Lanthimos’ THE  KILLING OF THE SACRED DEER. The first one starts the movie off – up-close open heart surgery. Cincinnati cardiologist Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell) and anesthesiologist Matthew (Bill Camp) have finished surgery […]

Leonardo da Vinci Horse and Rider Sculpture returns to Las Vegas

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Leonardo da Vinci Horse and Rider Sculpture returns to Las Vegas

Public showing scheduled at Red Rock Resort on November 5 The only sculpture to exist today from the hand of Leonardo da Vinci has returned to its Las Vegas home after a successful showing in Milan, Italy. The bronze artwork dubbed “Horse and Rider” finished a 30 day public exhibit mere steps from the home […]

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