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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 […]

A Maverick Helicopters Instagram post is a finalist in the Shorty Awards!

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A Maverick Helicopters Instagram post is a finalist in the Shorty Awards!

An Instagram post by Maverick Helicopters has officially made it to the finalist round for the 10th Annual Shorty Awards. The finalists were determined through an algorithm combining votes from the public and scores from the Shorty Awards Academy.  Winners will be announced on April 15 in New York City. Click here to view the Vegas Strong post by […]

Q&A: MEET THE NEW STARS OF ‘SEX TIPS’

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Q&A: MEET THE NEW STARS OF ‘SEX TIPS’

Two new stars, Scheana Shay and Chester Lockhart, delight audiences in Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. First debuting in Las Vegas with Kendra Wilkinson and Jai Rodriguez; the show is now a sensation and its new headliners tease, titillate and tantalize. Shay and Lockhart infuse their characters with their own personalities as […]

Interview: Matt Goss conveys smooth and sophisticated in his new Las Vegas show

Interview: Matt Goss conveys smooth and sophisticated in his new Las Vegas show

Matt Goss epitomizes cool and sophisticated with his impassioned performances, smooth styles and debonair persona. After his recent engagement at the legendary O2 Arena in London, the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip called his name across the ocean. He had to come back and perform in his new show, “Matt Goss at The […]

Heidi Harris celebrates launch of new book while still speaking her truth (out loud)

Heidi Harris celebrates launch of new book while still speaking her truth (out loud)

Heidi Harris has always been true to herself. The fact that she is intelligent, beautiful and talented has helped at times and been a hindrance at other times. Since the last radio network to broadcast her wildly popular show tried to silence her, Harris continues to share her truth via podcasts and print. As Harris […]

Interview: Director Katja Berath talks about Academy Award nominated Watu Wote/ All of Us

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Interview: Director Katja Berath talks about Academy Award nominated Watu Wote/ All of Us

By Josh Morris Kenya is a country that has been plagued with terrorist attacks, creating tension between the Muslims and Christians living there. Correspondingly, in December 2015, the brutal terrorist faction Al-Shabaab targets a bus containing a peaceful group of both religions. Its passengers include a Muslim man, Salah Farah (Abdiwali Farrah), and a Christian […]

Interview: Director Chris Overton discusses Academy-Award nominated The Silent Child

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Interview: Director Chris Overton discusses Academy-Award nominated The Silent Child

By Josh Morris The Silent Child is a short film that explores isolation and acceptance. At its center is four-year-old Libby (played by the remarkable Maisie Sly), a deaf girl whose mother, Sue (Rachel Fielding), is debating whether Sign Language or reading lips is the best choice for her to function in society. In an […]

Filmmaker Leslie Zemeckis Launches New Documentary Featuring Mabel Stark, the World’s First Female Tiger Trainer

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Filmmaker Leslie Zemeckis Launches New Documentary Featuring Mabel Stark, the World’s First Female Tiger Trainer

by Nicole Muj Award-winning filmmaker Leslie Zemeckis previews her latest documentary “Mabel, Mabel, Tiger Trainer” in Los Angeles on March 8 – International Women’s Day – to coincide with Women’s History Month. The feature-length documentary, distributed by Cinema Libre Studios, tells the tale of an abused Mabel Stark who left home and eventually became the […]

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