Miracle Flights Presents “Lights for Flights” at Downtown Summerlin

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Miracle Flights, a national nonprofit based in Las Vegas for 36 years that provides free air transportation to children and adults who need help reaching specialty medical care not available in their home communities, announces the launch of “Lights for Flights” this holiday season at Downtown Summerlin®. The interactive holiday family photo opportunity includes six oversized illuminated words – LOVE, JOY, HOPE, PEACE, SOAR and MIRACLE – that […]

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“Starlight” Starring Singer and Actor Jay White Premieres November 13th

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His introduction to the stage may have begun in the theatre, but for over 35 years Jay White has continued to stretch his singing and acting talents, while reflecting the stage persona of one of the world’s best loved American Musical Icons. Validation came from Hollywood Director, Ron Howard, who in 2008 cast Jay to […]

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Award Winning “FANTASY” Celebrates 22 Years a the Luxor

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Fantasy, the award-winning topless female revue at Luxor Hotel and Casino, celebrated its 22nd anniversary recently with the introduction of an electrifying new finale that brings the audience to their feet. Set to an arrangement of the legendary Donna Summer’s “Last Dance” by Fantasy’s music director, Christophe Filippi, the new number marks the return of accomplished choreographer Tiger Martina to the show. […]

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Driver Profile: Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr.

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I thought it would be appropriate to re-run a column I wrote back in 2018, about a new driver that was coming into the NASCAR Cup Series.  Darrell Wallace Jr., better known around the garages as “Bubba”. He would be driving for The King, Richard Petty, in his #43 Camaro in 2018. The column was written after the media […]

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The Sit In With Kelly Clinton at The Nevada Room

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Las Vegas performance icon, Kelly Clinton, began the official residency of her new show, “The Sit In With Kelly Clinton,” to a sold-out house at The Nevada Room in Historic Commercial Center on Thursday, September 9. Aptly named “The Sit In,” the premiere of Clinton’s new show featured a plethora of talented Las Vegas performers, including the hilarious […]

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Remembering the Frontier Strike: 30 Years Later

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The Neon Museum, 770 N. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, Nev. 89101, will host a panel discussion, “Remembering the Frontier Strike: 30 Years Later” on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m. in-person at the museum and virtually via livestream on Facebook. In September 1991, one of the longest labor strikes in U.S. history began as […]

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Remembering September 11th, 20 Years Later

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20 years ago, this writer woke up to a catastrophe taking place in New York, and later in Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania. I wrote the following column that afternoon. I have continued this gesture of remembering that day, every year, by re-running the original column as near to the date as possible. I have often changed a few […]

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