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T-Fox ‘Dancing on the Ceiling’ paying tribute to Lionel Richie with ‘House Party’

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T-Fox ‘Dancing on the Ceiling’ paying tribute to Lionel Richie with ‘House Party’

By Debbie Hall T-Fox celebrates 37 years of wedded bliss with his beautiful wife (and backup dancer) Imani Fox with his upcoming show, “Hanging with Mr. Richie” on May 4. It is a house party and everyone is invited. Recently, T-Fox gave his time and talent to benefit “Guitars in Heaven” at Harrah’s Las Vegas. […]

‘Ronnie Brixton – The Best of British Boxing’ debuts in Las Vegas

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‘Ronnie Brixton – The Best of British Boxing’ debuts in Las Vegas

By Debbie Hall Photography by Asia Smith “Ronnie Brixton – The Best of British Boxing” uses the backdrop of pugilism as one man’s journey to the moment of truth. The one-man show exploring the very depths of human emotion will be performed at The Back Space in The Space LV May 2-13. The lead character, […]

Top 5 shows for a gal pals getaway

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Top 5 shows for a gal pals getaway

The perfect destination for a gal pal weekend? Vegas, of course! These top 5 shows will have gal pals swooning, cheering and wildly applauding. This includes Magic Mike Live, The Miss Behave Game Show, Menopause the Musical, Chippendales Las Vegas and Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. Click here to read more on Showtickets.com.

Tape Face removes his duct tape long enough to chat

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Tape Face removes his duct tape long enough to chat

In 2016, a young man with wide eyes emphasized by makeup, along with black duct tape over his mouth, was introduced to the United States. As a finalist on Season 11 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, the video of his performance went viral. Tape Face now brings his quirky residency show including mime, illusion, magic, puppetry and silent films to […]

SUPER TROOPERS 2 Review

SUPER TROOPERS 2 Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic I just laughed once but it was the French-Canadians arguing over Danny DeVito. On April 25, 2015, Variety reported that The Broken Lizard comedy troupe, using the crowdfunding website, Indiegogo, raised $4.4 million in 30 days for production of SUPER TROOPERS 2. Over 50,000 contributors gave Broken Lizard in excess […]

Mother’s Day is coming soon; take mom to a Las Vegas Show

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Mother’s Day is coming soon; take mom to a Las Vegas Show

Take mom to a Las Vegas show on Mother’s Day, create memories and show her how much you care. It is amazing what a performance can bring to people whether laughter, tears, anticipation, and excitement. Check out these 5 shows for over-the-top hilarity, jaw-dropping illusion, swooning and a trip back to the prom (both yours and […]

YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE Review

YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Captures the nihilistic fever of TAXI DRIVER Lynne Ramsay, the director and screenwriter of YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE, (based on a 2013 novel by Jonathan Ames) directed one of my favorite films, WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN (2011). Like KEVIN, Ramsay has chosen a story about a psychologically-damaged […]

TRUTH OR DARE Review

TRUTH OR DARE Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Delivers a clever ending answering the looming question, how to get out of the curse? It is the same old story and that is why I went to see the latest iteration of the FINAL DESTINATION template. How would the Blumhouse Doctrine (the budget must be from $3-5 million, a […]

Burlesque Star Mika Romantic To Compete in Viva Las Vegas Burlesque Competition on April 21

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Burlesque Star Mika Romantic To Compete in Viva Las Vegas Burlesque Competition on April 21

by Nicole Muj Mika Romantic, the artistic director for the highly successful, classic burlesque troupe The Looking Glass Revue will be taking the stage at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday, April 21 to compete in the 21st annual Viva Las Vegas Burlesque Competition. Part of the annual Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly […]

READY PLAYER ONE Review

READY PLAYER ONE Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Floods the senses with dazzling imagery. But it reaches overload and then something extraordinary happens. A scene so unique, so bizarre that it knocks off being eaten by Godzilla. I have not read Ernest Cline’s apparently best-selling novel Ready Player One. I have never played video games. I did live through […]

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