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Rev. Donald Clark, civil rights activist in Las Vegas, dies at 84

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Sun archives From left, Fletcher Jones Jr., Jerry Mack, Clark County Commissioner Donald Clark and Robert Mayer Evans participate in an Israel Bonds event at the Riviera on Dec. 9, 1984.

When Rev. Donald Clark didn’t show up for Sunday services at Life Care Center, his friends sensed something was wrong. In 18 years at the center, he was rarely absent.

They called the fire department to his home on Tonopah Drive, the very same West Las Vegas house he had actually lived in since the 1960s, to find an ailing Clark. He died 6 days in the future Saturday at age 84.

Clark, who pertained to Southern Nevada in 1952 from his native New Orleans when he was stationed at Nellis Flying force Base, made his mark as a civil liberties activist. He was the head of the local NAACP, served on the Clark County commission and worked tirelessly for equal rights, including the combination of black employees on the Strip.

Clark, together with other activists James McMillan and Charles West, lobbied Gov. Grant Sawyer and other authorities to start integration in Las Vegas. It became his life’s work– and a responsibility he desired little credit for.

Clark was designated to the Clark County Commission in 1984 to fill the unexpired regard to Woodrow Wilson, who had resigned after being founded guilty in an FBI bribery sting called Operation Yobo. Clark served out the term but did not look for election to the commission.

“To this day he [Donald Clark] remains steadfast in his refusal to accept public acknowledgment for his pioneering activities that have contributed so strongly to black development in Nevada,” wrote Everett Louis Overstreet in his 1999 book “Black Steps in the Desert Sands” that narrated African-American influence in the development of Las Vegas.

Clark was the owning force behind the local Economic Opportunity Board, which introduced the Operation Independence program under his management. That used day-care services, a head start program for young children and legal aid to bad households.

To fulfill westside families and to comprehend their requirements, Clark in the 1960s took a job as a milkman with Anderson Dairy.

“That is how he was familiar with people. That was a method to become knowledgeable about people,” stated Yolanda Clark Brandon, his daughter. “He came to Las Vegas and struck the ground running.”

Clark was preceded in death by his spouse of 53 years, Louise. She was his high school sweetie. The had four children — Donna Clark, Cornell Clark, Yolanda Clark Brandon and Betty Clark Crane.

“The focus was constantly education and being the very best person we could be,” Brandon said. “He demanded quality. He constantly stated you have to know your helpful purpose– when you go someplace, why are you there and what are you doing.”

Clark, among six children, is endured by his sis, Lois Washington. He is also survived by four grandchildren, Miles Brandon, Taylor Brandon, Tiffani Peoples and Anastasia Dextra.

Providers are arranged for 10 a.m. Saturday at Second Baptist Church, 500 Madison Ave. Visitation is 3 p.m-7 p.m. at Bunkers Mortuary, 925 Las Vegas Blvd.

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New season of '' SNL ' roars back by mocking Donald Trump early

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017|6 a.m.

New York City– The brand-new season of “Saturday Night Live” lost no time getting topical– or buffooning Donald Trump– with an opening sketch that featured Alec Baldwin skewering the president for his action to the cyclone that devastated Puerto Rico, threatening Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ job and mentioning his stand-off with the NFL.

“It’s all part of the strategy. The more chaos I trigger, the less people can focus,” Baldwin joked as Trump, wearing golf clothing in the Oval Workplace. “Let’s keep the chaos coming.”

In the sketch, Baldwin’s Trump was unclear that Puerto Rico was an American area, hung up on the mayor of San Juan, put Sessions playfully on his lap and confessed he liked football. “People state I advise them of an NFL player since I’m combative, I like to win and I may have a degenerative brain illness,” Baldwin stated. His Trump said he rewards loyalty but then ends the sketch palling around with U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer.

Trump was also a target on the program’s “Weekend Update,” with Colin Jost pointing out that hip-hop artist Pitbull was sending a personal airplane to help victims in Puerto Rico. “How is the president of the United States even worse at humanitarian help than Pitbull?”

Michael Che likewise got into the act: “This isn’t really that complicated, male. It’s cyclone relief. These people require aid. You simply did this for white individuals twice. Do the exact same thing. Tell Melania to put on her flood heels.”

Musical guest Jay-Z had his own political declaration when he used Colin Kaepernick’s jersey number, a nod to the football gamer’s choice to kneel during “The Star-Spangled Banner” last season. Those were the only topical moments.

The comedy program wants to build off one of its most-watched seasons in more than twenty years thanks to Baldwin and Melissa McCarthy’s look as previous White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Both stars recently won Emmys for their work, as did Kate McKinnon, who played Hillary Clinton on the show, and on Saturday played Sessions and Angela Merkel, the chancellor of Germany.

Ryan Gosling was the host and in his opening monologue, which Emma Stone signed up with, made fun of himself as the guy “who saved jazz,” riffing off his role in “La La Land.” Gosling featured in some unusual sketches, consisting of romancing a chicken, overreacting to a restaurant menu switch, playing a flute player in a bar and a man obsessed with the font style on the “Avatar” poster.

In the offseason, “Saturday Night Live” saw the departure of cast members Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan and Sasheer Zamata. Those staying also consist of Cecily Strong, Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Kyle Mooney, Leslie Jones and Kenan Thompson.

Republican Handel wins Georgia race, thanks Donald Trump

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Curtis Compton/ Atlanta Journal-Constitution through AP Karen Handel makes an early look to thank her supporters after the very first returns come in throughout her election night party in the 6th District race with Jon Ossoff on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in Atlanta. By Associated Press Released Tuesday, June 20, 2017|7:31 p.m. Upgraded 51 minutes ago DUNWOODY, Ga.– Republican Karen Handel won a nationally enjoyed congressional election Tuesday in Georgia

, and she thanked President Donald Trump after she avoided an upset that would have rocked Washington ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. Returns showed Handel, a previous Georgia secretary of state, winning about 52 percent of the vote over Democrat Jon Ossoff, who won almost 48 percent in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District.”An unique thanks to the president of the United States of America,”she stated late Tuesday night as her fans chanted,” Trump! Trump! Trump!”It was Handel’s most public accept of the man whose

tenuous standing in this well-read, rural enclave made a previously safe Republican district near begin with. Handel’s margin allows Republicans

a sigh of relief after exactly what’s being acknowledged as the most expensive Home race in U.S history, with a price that may surpass$50 million. Yet the lead to a traditionally conservative district still uses Republican politicians a warning that Trump, for better or worse, will control the looming project cycle. Georgia’s outcome follows comparable lead to Montana, Kansas and South Carolina, where Republicans won unique Home races by much narrower margins than they handled as recently as November. Republicans immediately crowed over winning a seat that Democrats invested$ 30 million aiming to turn. “Democrats from coast to coast threw whatever they had at this race, and Karen would not be beat,” House Speaker Paul Ryan stated in a declaration. Democrats still should protect

their current districts and win 24 GOP-held seats to gain back a Home bulk next November. Party leaders proclaim motivation from the trends, however the current losses mean they will need to rally donors and volunteers after a hard stretch

of special elections. Handel, 55, will become the very first Republican woman to represent Georgia in the U.S. House, according to state celebration officials. Her win comes after losing bids for governor in 2010 and the Senate in 2014, and it constructs on a service and political profession she developed after leaving

a violent home as a teenager. “It’s that combating spirit, that perseverance and persistence that I will require to Washington, “she said Tuesday

night. Handel is the most recent in a line of Republicans who have represented the district given that 1979, beginning with Newt Gingrich, who would end up being House speaker. Most just recently, Tom Rate resigned in February

to join Trump’s administration. The president himself had a hard time here, however, edging Democrat Hillary Clinton but disappointing a bulk amongst a wealthy, well-educated electorate that normally has actually offered Republican candidates much better than 60 percent of the vote. Handel stressed that Republican politician pedigree frequently in her campaign and again in her success speech. She also noted throughout the project that she has resided in the district for 25 years, unlike Ossoff, who grew up in the district however lives in Atlanta, a couple of miles south of the 6th District’s southern border. In victory, she applauded Ossoff and vowed to work for his

supporters. She noted recently’s shooting of Republican Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and stated politics has actually become too embittered.”My promise is to be part of the service, to concentrate on governing,”she said. Ossoff, taking the stage at his own celebration after conceding the race, informed his fans his campaign”is

the start of something much bigger than us,”adding,”The battle goes on. “Celebration organizations, independent political action committees and donors from Los Angeles to Boston sent a cascade of loan into a race,

filling city Atlanta’s airwaves with advertisements and its 6th District communities with crowds of paid canvassers. Contrary to the chants at Handel’s victory party, she insisted for months that voters’choice had little to do with Trump. She rarely mentioned him, regardless of holding a closed-door charity event with him earlier this spring. She pointed voters rather to her”tested conservative record” as a state and local chosen authorities. Her protestations aside, Handel frequently accepted the nationwide tenor of the race, signing up with a GOP chorus that lambasted Ossoff as a”harmful liberal”

who was”hand-picked”by Home Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California. She likewise invited a parade of national GOP figures to Atlanta to help her raise money, with Ryan and Vice President Mike Pence holding fundraising events following Trump’s April see. It was enough to help Handel raise more than$ 5 million, not a paltry sum in a congressional race, however barely a fifth of Ossoff’s fundraising haul. The Republican campaign establishment, however, helped make up the difference. A super PAC backed by Ryan invested$7 million alone. On policy, she primarily echoes celebration leaders. She said she ‘d have voted for your house Republican healthcare costs, though she sometimes misrepresented its provisions in arguments with Ossoff. She touts conventional supply side economics, presuming as to say throughout one argument that she does”not support a living wage”– her way of describing her opposition to a minimum-wage increase.

Donald Trump states Bowe Bergdahl must have been carried out

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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump greets the crowd as he makes a drop in Las Vegas once more speaking in Mystere at Treasure Island on Thursday, October 08, 2015.

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This undated picture provided by the Bergdahl household and launched by the Idaho National Guard reveals Pfc. Bowe R. Bergdahl, 23, of Ketchum, Idaho.

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump stated Thursday that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl ought to have been carried out for leaving his post in Afghanistan.

“We’re tired of Sgt. Bergdahl, who’s a traitor, a no-good traitor, who must have been carried out,” Trump stated to joys at a rowdy rally inside a packed Las Vegas theater at the casino-hotel Treasure Island.

“Thirty years back,” Trump added, “he would have been shot.”

It was practically an aside in a list of complaints at the end of a more than hourlong, free-wheeling speech that included a big dosage of media bashing and a claim that he lagged Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s decision to drop out of the race for House speaker.

Bergdahl was charged in March with desertion and wrongdoing before the opponent. The Army conducted a hearing on his case previously this month. His lawyer, Eugene Fidell, said in a declaration that Trump “has actually become a damaged record on this subject.”

“If he took the time to study what in fact emerged at the preliminary hearing he would be singing a various tune,” Fidell said.

Trump has, in the past, pantomimed a shooting team, Fidell said.

Bergdahl has been implicated of leaving his post in southeastern Afghanistan in June 2009. He was held detainee by the Taliban for 5 years, then exchanged for 5 Taliban leaders being held by the U.S. Trump has actually long railed versus the deal.

The speech was stressed by shouts of support from the crowd that filled about 1,620 seats in the Las Vegas Strip gambling establishment theater usually reserved for acrobatic Cirque du Soleil productions.

His speech covered a spider-web of subjects that included his contempt for media protection, many of his fellow Republican presidential candidates and present political leadership as well as Thursday’s news that McCarthy had left of a race for House speaker.

“You understand, Kevin McCarthy is out. You know that, right?” he asked the crowd. “And they’re giving me a lot of credit for that due to the fact that I said you truly require somebody extremely, extremely tough and very smart. … We require smart, we require tough, we require the whole plan.”

Trump didn’t identify who had actually offered him credit for McCarthy dropping out.

Q+A: Jennifer Coolidge talks glue allergy, ‘Best in Show’ and Donald Trump

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Starlet and comedienne Jennifer Coolidge stars in “Broke Girls” on CBS.

Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015|10 a.m.

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Eddie Kaye Thomas and Jennifer Coolidge in “American Pie.”

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Actress Jennifer Coolidge and star Eugene Levy sit for a portrait throughout a media day for the upcoming function film “American Reunion” on Sunday, March 18, 2012, in L.a.

Starlet Jennifer Coolidge’s voice and voluptuous curves have been unforgettable in various movie and TV functions, amongst them “American Pie,” “Best in Program,” “Legitimately Golden-haired,” “Friends” and presently “2 Broke Girls” on CBS.

But what some may unknown about Coolidge is that she carries out as a standup comedienne.

Coolidge addressed concerns over the phone on July 21 ahead of her Aug. 8 date headlining the all-female Lipshtick at the Venetian, which was canceled. She is back at the Venetian tonight at 9:30:

Where are you today?

I remain in Boston, and it is so hot and humid right now. It gets hot in Las Vegas, obviously, but Las Vegas is geared up for heat. There is cooling for the hot minutes, and they care for you.

I’m a big fan. You really shined in movies like “Finest in Show,” “For Your Consideration,” “Legally Blonde,” “American Pie” and “The Broken Hearts Club.” Plus, your TV functions on “Buddies” and “2 Broke Girls.” Which do you prefer more, acting or standup funny?

Thank you! They are 2 very various things. I’m really doing a play in Boston today. It’s a function that you would think I would never ever have, but the playwright smuggled the script to me.

It’s a role suggested for somebody like Cate Blanchett– it’s complicated, dark, really Machiavellian. It’s a quite cool play, and I’m fortunate that I get to depict someone like that.

Standup provides an included bonus. As an actress, you’re an entertainer. You go on talk shows and can’t say how you actually feel so that you don’t upset big groups of individuals. Standing is fantastic due to the fact that you can be very truthful, not like your responses in interviews. You can’t actually do that. You attempt to remain positive.

In standup, you can say whatever you desire. It resembles secret time with the audience. You can tell weird stories. It’s actually cool.

So you can be like Donald Trump?

Yes! Ideally not as disliked. He does not modify. He states what he seems like.

My show is observations about strange habits. It resembles a night of having beverages with a bunch of partners.

Exists a particular function in TELEVISION or movie that stands apart as a favorite or most memorable for you?

The biggest responses industry-wide was “Best in Show.” It opened a lot of doors, as did playing Stifler’s mama in the “American Pie” movies. They assisted my profession and provided me opportunities.

“Best in Show” was such an insider-industry film, and I had the most control over the role that I have actually ever had. Christopher Guest offered us a lot of freedom and let us develop our own stuff. “Finest in Show” legitimized me, and it was a fantastic experience in Vancouver for 6 week with all those pets!

How has headlining in Lipshtick at the Venetian been for you?

It’s 800 individuals buying a ticket to see a program who like you and already know where you’re originating from, so it is among coolest things you can do. Standup is such a male thing now, aside from Amy Schumer. It still has a long method to go, however Lipshtick is really cool of the Venetian.

So Lipshtick has been a terrific experience for you?

It has! It has been extremely nice. The Venetian treats you well, they promote your programs, and they’re a very hard-working group. Standup clubs are very hard, however Lipshtick is the opposite feel.

They are on your side and ensure that your program is fantastic. The Venetian likes girls!

Las Vegas honors women– Celine Dion, Bette Midler, Britney Spears. I enjoy that Las Vegas commemorates women.

And I love the dining establishments at the Venetian. I enjoy Bouchon breakfast and supper. It mimics a Paris brasserie so well, from the flower plans to the china and decor.

Last month, you got the Career Accomplishment Award from the Provincetown Film Festival. Congratulations!

That was incredible! It came out of no place. My daddy was ill at the time, and he didn’t had me. It was a truly cool thing, unexpected and greatly appreciatiated.

It doesn’t get any much better than the Provincetown setting. It was mind blowing. They went for it, and it’s a cool-looking award.

I read that you dislike glue. Is it true, and how did you learn that you disliked glue?

It’s odd that you know that about me (laughs)! I dislike a specific kind of glue. The majority of eyelash glues are awful, the glue in acrylic nails. I get a rash up my arm and face.

I was playing all these trophy partners and ditzy blondes, and I would break out in these dreadful rashes after eyelash extensions were used. I had to go to the ER, so no more glue for me.

What’s on your order of business while you’re in Las Vegas for work?

I such as the indulging, the massages. I haven’t seen a lot of the programs because of my own program. The people watching is unbelievable. I do love to gamble, I hate to confess.

However if I win a billion dollars, it will be everything about fancy massage and facials. I enjoy all that girlie things.

Jennifer Coolidge headlines Lipshtick at the Venetian tonight at 9:30.

Don Chareunsy is the Las Vegas Sun’s entertainment and high-end senior editor and has been a journalist for almost twenty years.

Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich & & Famous fame” has been a reporter for more than 50 years and has invested the previous 15 years offering readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum play ground.

Follow Sun Entertainment + Luxury Elder Editor Don Chareunsy on Twitter at Twitter.com/ VDLXEditorDon.

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Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

In the spirit of Venice, The Venetian is a little piece of romantic Italy here in Las Vegas. The Venetian is an “all-suite” hotel, with rooms accented with luxurious linens and Italian marble. The 4,027 suites are divided into 2 towers: The 36-story Venetian Tower that offers visitors a taste of luxurious Las Vegas and the Venezia suites, which guarantee 12 floors of high-end sophistication. The top five floors are the hotel’s highest level of high-end with its personal access, concierge lounge, upgraded features and even a devoted staff.

Entertainment at the Venetian consists of shows such as Tim and Faith – Soul2Soul, including Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Rock of Ages.

The flagship of Venetian nightlife is TAO, an ultra-hip club located within TAO Asian Bistro. V Bar is The Venetian’s very smooth ultra lounge, made by the owners of New york city City’s club Lotus and L.a’ extremely swank Sunset Space.

The Venetian features 19 restaurants consisting of Thomas Keller’s award-winning French dining establishment Bouchon, Mario Batali’s B&B Ristorante, Aquaknox for fresh seafood and the 42,000 square foot TAO Asian Bistro. There’s likewise the food court inside the Canal Shoppes for those searching for a fast bite.

Visitors can drift along The Grand Canal Shops in a genuine Italian gondola ride and pass stores like Burberry and Kenneth Cole along the way. And if you haven’t captured a genuine celebrity, on the street in Vegas, you can head over to Madame Tussauds to look into a wax version.

3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-414-1000

Lon Bronson heralds reunion with Drew Carey; Penn Jillette has one word for The Donald

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Drew Carey and pals at Give up in Repetition Las Vegas.

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The Kats Report Bureau at this writing is someplace in the air in between Boise, Idaho, and Seattle. A check out with the family (my own, as it ends up) is the reason for this trip. All I can say is spending time with a 2-year-old nephew and 94-year-old grandma at the exact same celebration is time well invested.

I bear in mind when recently revealing Grandma Margaret my MacBook Air, turning open the screen and powering up. “Ooh! It shines!” she said. She’s now playing card video games on an iPad.

But she’s not preparing to open a social media account any time quickly, relying on the old-fashioned approach of staying up to date with her grandson. So we make phone calls and check out, and on Sunday we relished in Bro Expense’s Boise Backyard Barbecue.

Let’s flip some hamburgers now, eh?

– Lon Bronson’s All-Star Band played its latest sold-out program at Cabaret Jazz in the Smith Center on Saturday night. Throughout the efficiency, “The Cost Is Right” host Drew Carey, a long time friend of Bronson’s, strode onstage and sang background on Bronson’s torrid cover of Chicago’s “25 or 6 to 4.”

Carey and Bronson satisfied as Bronson started his run at the Riviera in the mid-’90s, when Carey was still a visiting comic and prior to the launch of “The Drew Carey Show.” For many years, Carey has actually signed up with Bronson onstage, at the Riv and later at Ovation at Green Valley Cattle ranch.

Carey is something of a trumpet gamer– the Lon Bronson of the game-show-host set, as it were– which is at first exactly what drew him to Bronson’s band. If you look carefully at the set of Carey’s TV show, his old trumpet from high school is displayed on a stand behind his sofa.

Another celebrity who has struck the phase with Bronson, consisting of a memorable cover of “Come Together,” likewise at Ovation, has been Penn Jillette. Bronson plays drums in Jillette’s No God Band, a side job that has headlined the Incredible Party at South Point as recently as 2014. And on the topic of Jillette …

– Understood for his linguistic effectiveness, Jillette published a quick comment on a story about Donald Trump that I shared on Facebook. The piece detailed Trump’s current criticism of John McCain’s military service, asserting that because Trump was caught and cooped in the Hanoi Hilton throughout the Vietnam War, McCain needs to not be thought about a war hero.

Trump is still running for the Republican nomination for the presidency. Jillette’s one-word termination of The Donald: “Bye.”

– Veronic has actually ended her run at Bally’s, and it may be the final run for her in Jubilee Theater. Veronic closed June 13 and has because carried out at the opening ceremonies of the Pan Am Games in Toronto on July 10 and is currently headlining through Aug. 15 in Saint-Sauveur, Quebec, near Montreal.

She has no dates set for a go back to the Strip, but there are tremblings that she wants the Venetian and, strangely enough, Encore. More will certainly be revealed, as Veronic enjoys playing Las Vegas and seems to have made the city an effective launching point for road dates, especially those for her legions of French-Canadian fans.

– Representatives of Mo5aic have actually now made a minimum of two journeys to Sin City Theater to scout that room, evidently as a possible house for the favored a cappella group. Pete Housley from Sin City Theater confirms that Mo5aic this last week looked at the recently remodelled location as a “tire-kicking mission.”

Again, the Sin City Theater lineup in the new Norbert Aleman regime is Aleman’s “Crazy Girls” adult revue, Murray Sawchuck’s daily afternoon comedy-magic show and the Sin City Comedy showcase.

– My recent interview with SLS Las Vegas President and COO Scott Kreeger exposed that the brand-new Bonkers comedy lineup at the Sayers Club is simply the beginning of the hotel’s investigation of live entertainment.

And not just at the Sayers Club.

Kreeger talked of bands and funny being reserved at Life nightclub, which has all but dropped its star-DJ strategy and moved much of the EDM purpose to Foxtail Swimming pool and bar. Life was built into the original theater area at the Sahara, and Kreeger states he imagines, eventually, a regular rotation of live performances by bands and comics because space.

“We’re currently discussing a funny series in there, in Life,” Kreeger stated throughout the interview in his SLS office a number of weeks earlier. “… It’s a fantastic place, not programmed all the time, so why not early on before we put a live band in there in the evening, early in the evening, put a funny act in there?

“The nice aspect of the home is we have some great parts.”

Bonkerz runs Thursdays through Saturdays, simply $10 a pop for shows that begin at 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.). The Sayers Club currently offers live music on Friday and Saturdays at 10 p.m.

. One quibble about SLS since its opening– and we’re showing up on a year, in August, to mark the anniversary– is its absence of live entertainment to stimulate the building. Another quibble as the hotel moves on is I can not discover the Bonkers lineup on the SLS Las Vegas site.

I’m drilling. No can discover. Let’s promote this series, eh?

Planet Hollywood Resort and Gambling establishment

Catering to the young and contemporary crowd, World Hollywood is a one-stop purchase entertainment with its enormous mall, variety of dining establishments, spacious casino and clubs.

The ambiance of the gambling establishment is retro-chic meets high-tech with black granite floors throughout and colorful LED lights throughout the area. The style carries into the 100,000 square-foot gambling establishment with 250 flat screens rounding off fruit machine. The gambling establishment is likewise home to 87 tables, a sports book and a poker space.

There’s also the Miracle Mile Shops, one Vegas’ largest shopping centers, with 140 shops consisting of BCBG Max Azaria, bebe, Urban Outfitters and The Discovery Channel Shop.

Following an afternoon of shopping, visitors can satisfy their appetites at one of the gourmet dining establishments in World Hollywood, like the non-traditional approach to steakhouses at Strip Home or check out the exotic Far East theme at KOI dining establishment and lounge. And if guests are still trying to find more, they can spend the after hours at Privé, Triq or Krave clubs.

Possibly one of the resorts most significant tourist attractions came in March with the addition of “Peepshow.” The naughty twist on the story of Little Bo Peep is modern-day spin on the run-of-the-mill Vegas topless review. The “Peepshow” phase has seen going to celebrities like Terrifying Spice Mel B, “Dancing with the Stars” Kelly Monaco and Playboy’s Holly Madison.

3667 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-785-5555

Smith Center for the Performing Arts The Smith Center for the Carrying out Arts offers a blend of efficiencies by resident business and touring attractions. The 5-acre cultural campus features three performance spaces, that includes a major performance area with more than 2,000 seats. This downtown cultural center of Las Vegas aims to educate, amuse and excite neighborhood members.
361 Symphony Park Ave Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas, NV 89106
702-749-2000

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