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Nine Inch Nails, ‘Love’s Labour Lost,’ a funny film fest and more to do today

Natasha Tretheway at Author’s Block

It’ll be a poetic super-summit when Clark County poet laureate Vogue Robinson talks up U.S. poet laureate Natasha Tretheway about the latter’s most recent work. November 29, 7 p.m., appointments required & & readily available at bit.ly/ 2zn2IrI.– Mike Prevatt

Comedy World Network International Movie Celebration at Regency Tropicana Cinemas

Enjoy more than 150 amusing independent functions, shorts and more. $35 per day, $99 weekend pass. November 29-December 2– Geoff Carter

Fedde Le Grand at Marquee

After touring all summer, Le Grand dropped his “Monsta’s Got Me Dancing for many years” remix plan just before Halloween, featuring tracks touched by John Christian, Reebs, Dom Tronic and others. Capture him Friday night at Cosmo. November 30, 10:30 p.m., $20-$30.– Brock Radke

9 Inch Nails at The Joint

Possibly you missed Trent Reznor’s alt-rock heroes when they sold out the exact same Acid rock Hotel location three times in June, or perhaps you’re a superfan who captures the band every time it remains in Vegas. Either way, with shoegazing favorites The Jesus and Mary Chain signed up to support, now’s a fun time to get closer to Nails when again. With HMLTD. November 30 & & December 1, 8 p.m., $68-$74.– Spencer Patterson

Love’s Labour Lost at UNLV’S Judy Bayley Theatre

A royal vow of fasting, chastity and research study comes to a stop with the arrival of the alluring Princess of France and her ladies-in-waiting in this Shakespeare funny. Expect wordplay, disguises and amusing fun. Times vary, November 30-December 9, $25.– C. Moon Reed

A Classic Holiday at Reynolds Hall

Get in a winter season wonderland with the Las Vegas Philharmonic and a number of visitor vocalists, performing favorites like “Deck the Halls,” “White Christmas” and “Hanukkah Suite” at the Smith Center. 2 & & 7:30 p.m., $30-$105.– C. Moon Reed

Florida Georgia Line at Zappos Theater

Right on time for rodeo week, pop-country headliner Florida Georgia Line (“Meant to Be”) opens Saturday at World Hollywood’s huge space. The “limited residency” continues December 7, 8 and 11. With Mason Ramsey, Canaan Smith. December 1 & & 5, 8 p.m., $39-$149. — Brock Radke

Parade The Collective at Core Contemporary Gallery

With six Las Vegas Strip reveals presently in production and an ownership stake in a seventh (Blue Male Group), Cirque du Soleil’s local footprint total up to a little army of creatives. They appear quite pleased in their jobs, however if you do the same thing day-in and day-out– even if that thing is the most amazing acrobatic feat someone from the Midwest has ever seen– you’re most likely to start feeling stuck in a rut. You’ll feel the need to hone your chops, to swerve out of your lane.

That’s where PARADE The Collective, now in its 13th year, comes into play. A group program comprised of Cirque performers and crew, PARADE enables Cirque’s lots of skills to indulge their love of painting, photography, sculpture, costuming and multimedia art. Tell you what: Just take a look at the opening night reception on December 6 at 6:30 p.m. and mingle with the artists and team members themselves. Like all Cirque productions, PARADE makes a lot more sense if you just dedicate to jumping in at the deep end. December 1-29, Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., free. — Geoff Carter

Big laughs en route with Jimmy Kimmel’s Funny Club


Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP Jimmy Kimmel is partnering with Caesars Entertainment to open a new comedy club on the Strip this spring.

. It hasn’t always flourished, but stand-up comedy has been a consistent force in the Las Vegas home entertainment landscape. At the minute, Caesars Home entertainment clearly believes this brand of enjoyable is, well, having a minute.

In April, the hospitality and home entertainment giant opened the Comedy Cellar at the Rio, an outlet of the Manhattan organization where many funny superstars improved their acts. And in spring 2019, Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club will open at the Linq Boardwalk right throughout from Brooklyn Bowl, a partnership with the former Las Vegan and current host of ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” late-night talk program.

When the Linq place was revealed in October, Kimmel stated his objective with the task would be to “capture the spirit of traditional Vegas” with late-night programs, surprise visitors, music and food. A graduate of Clark High School, Kimmel matured in Las Vegas from the age of 9 when his household moved from Brooklyn. His Vegas ties make opening a club here a natural development, states Caesars President of Home Entertainment Jason Gastwirth.

” He’s constantly had an interest in doing something unique in this market,” Gastwirth states. “He has excellent relationships with a great deal of comics he’s developed throughout the years which goes hand-in-hand with the principle and design of this location. We have actually had the chance to stroll through with a few of the notable comics [that carry out at Caesars locations] as we’re thinking through the style in order to make this an appealing place to perform.”

Taking care of the skill is an essential piece of a successful funny club, and Kimmel’s will seat up to 300. Its 8,000 square feet will incorporate two levels, with the display room upstairs and a dynamic bar scene planned for the ground flooring.

” For both the comics and the guests, that hang aspect is extremely essential,” Gastwirth says.

It’s carried out in a different method at the Funny Cellar at the Rio, which has a really intimate feel and regularly draws visitors to the bar area before and after each program. “We’re very happy to have the Funny Cellar in our portfolio as well,” Gastwirth says. “It was putting out the funny experience at that higher level. If you’ve been to the top comedy clubs in New York and L.A. and Chicago, there’s something genuine about them, and the Comedy Cellar is created with that very same mindset.

” Ultimately you’re going to see the very best [funny] lineup on the Strip since of the method these places are developed out and the relationships our partners have with the comedy neighborhood to attract a few of the top artists.”

Caesars Entertainment, recognized by Signboard magazine in recent years as the third-largest promoter of live home entertainment worldwide, likewise hosts big-name comedians consisting of Jerry Seinfeld, Sebastian Maniscalco, Steve Martin and Martin Short, Jim Gaffigan and Jeff Dunham at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

Jimmy Kimmel’s Funny Club opening next year at Linq Boardwalk


Chris Pizzello/ AP In this Feb. 26, 2017, file picture, host Jimmy Kimmel appears at the Oscars in Los Angeles.

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018|10:12 a.m.

Late-night tv talk program host Jimmy Kimmel prepares to open a funny club next year at the Linq Boardwalk on the Strip.

Kimmel is partnering with Caesars Home entertainment on the club, which is set up to open in the spring.

Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club will include acts varying from up-and-coming skill to family names, curated by Kimmel. The comedian and his group will likewise create the location.

Growing up in Las Vegas and briefly going to UNLV, Kimmel stated he was thrilled to bring a funny location to the Strip.

” Structure a club like this in my home town is a dream become a reality” Kimmel stated in a statement. “I’ve done comprehensive research, consulting with veteran comics to create the ideal venue for comics and funny fans. My goal is to capture the spirit of classic Vegas with late night programs, surprise visitors, live music, memorabilia from my career and food that will equal the finest restaurants in the area.”

The 8,000-square-foot place will have an expandable display room seating as much as 300 guests. The club will be open seven nights a week, with a bar open daily and shows offered nightly.

” Every comic who plays this club will get first-class treatment,” Kimmel stated. “I am consuming over every information to make this the most comedy-friendly club in the world.”

The club will lie throughout from the Brooklyn Bowl, near the High Roller observation wheel.

” We are elated by the opportunity to collaborate with Jimmy Kimmel on his very first and just funny club,” stated Jason Gastwirth, president of entertainment for Caesars Home entertainment. “As the leader in developing iconic residencies in Las Vegas, we are developing this club to be an innovative and extraordinary live funny place.”

Additional details about the club will be announced later on this year.

Neil Simon, Broadway'' s master of funny, passes away at 91


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“src= “https://photos.lasvegassun.com/media/img/photos/2018/08/26/AP18238571550530_t653.jpg?214bc4f9d9bd7c08c7d0f6599bb3328710e01e7b” alt =” Image”/ > Gary Stuart/ AP In this Sept. 22, 1994, file image, american playwright Neil Simon addresses concerns during an interview in Seattle, Wash. Simon, a master of comedy whose laugh-filled hits such as “The Odd Couple,” “Barefoot in the Park” and his “Brighton Beach” trilogy controlled Broadway for decades, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018. He was 91.

Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018|11:13 a.m.

NEW YORK– Playwright Neil Simon, a master of funny whose laugh-filled hits such as “The Odd Couple,” “Barefoot in the Park” and his “Brighton Beach” trilogy dominated Broadway for years, has actually passed away. He was 91.

Simon passed away early Sunday of issues from pneumonia while surrounded by family at New York Presbyterian Medical Facility in Manhattan, stated Bill Evans, his longtime buddy and the Shubert Company director of media relations.

In the second half of the 20th century, Simon was the American theater’s most effective and prolific playwright, typically chronicling middle class concerns and worries. Starting with “Come Blow Your Horn” in 1961 and continuing into the next century, he hardly ever quit working on a new play or musical. His list of credits is staggering.

The theater world quickly mourned his death, consisting of star Josh Gad, who called Simon “among the primary impacts on my life and career.” Playwright Kristoffer Diaz stated merely: “This hurts.”

Simon’s phase successes included “The Prisoner of Second Avenue,” “Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” “The Sunlight Boys,”” Plaza Suite,”” Chapter Two,” “Sugary food Charity” and “Guarantees, Guarantees. “But there were other plays and musicals, too, more than 30 in all. Many of his plays were adjusted into

motion pictures, and one,” The Odd Couple, “even became a popular tv series. For 7 months in 1967, he had four productions running at the same time on Broadway:” Barefoot in the Park “;” The Odd Couple”

;” Sugary food Charity”; and” The Star-Spangled Woman. “Even prior to he launched his theater career, he made history as one of the well known stable of writers for comedian Sid Caesar that likewise included Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.

Simon was the recipient of 4 Tony Awards, the Pulitzer Reward, the Kennedy Center honors (1995 ), four Writers Guild of America Awards and an American Funny Awards Lifetime Achievement honor. In 1983, he had a Broadway theater called after him when the Alvin was rechristened the Neil Simon Theatre.

In 2006, he won the Mark Twain Reward for American Humor, which honors work that draws from the American experience. The previous year had seen a popular revival of “The Odd Couple,” reuniting Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick after their enormous success in “The Producers” several years earlier.

In a 1997 interview with The Washington Post, Simon assessed his success: “I understand that I have actually reached the peak of rewards. There’s no more money anybody can pay me that I require. There are no awards they can offer me that I haven’t won. I have no reason to write another play except that I live and I prefer to do it,” he stated.

Simon had a rare stumble in the fall of 2009, when a Broadway revival of his “Brighton Beach Memoirs” closed suddenly after only nine efficiencies since of poor ticket sales. It was to have run in repertory with Simon’s “Broadway Bound,” which was also canceled.

The bespectacled, mild-looking Simon (described in a New York Times publication profile as looking like an accountant or librarian who dressed “simply this side of dull”) was an unrelenting writer– and rewriter.

” I am most alive and most fulfilled sitting alone in a room, hoping that those words forming on the paper in the Smith-Corona will be the first perfect play ever composed in a single draft,” Simon wrote in the introduction to one of the lots of anthologies of his plays.

He was a meticulous joke smith, peppering his plays, particularly the early ones, with comic one-liners and funny circumstances that critics said often came at the cost of character and validity. No matter. For much of his career, audiences welcomed his work, which typically focused on middle-class, city life, much of the plots drawn from his own personal experience.

” I don’t write social and political plays because I’ve always believed the family was the microcosm of what goes on worldwide,” he told The Paris Evaluation in 1992.

Simon got his very first Tony Award in 1965 as best author– a classification now stopped– for “The Odd Couple,” although the comedy lost the best-play prize to Frank D. Gilroy’s “The Subject Was Roses.” He won a best-play Tony 20 years later for “Biloxi Blues.” In 1991, “Lost in Yonkers” got both the Tony and the Pulitzer Reward. And there was a special achievement Tony, too, in 1975.

Simon’s own life figured most plainly in exactly what ended up being called his “Brighton Beach” trilogy– “Brighton Beach Memoirs,”” Biloxi Blues “and” Broadway Bound”– which lots of consider his finest works. In them, Simon’s change ego, Eugene Morris Jerome, makes his method from youth to the United States Army to lastly, on the edge of the adult years, a budding career as an author.

Simon was born Marvin Neil Simon in New York City and was raised in the Bronx and Washington Heights. He was a Depression-era kid, his dad, Irving, a garment-industry salesperson. He was raised primarily by his strong-willed mom, Mamie, and mentored by his older sibling, Danny, who nicknamed his more youthful brother or sister, Doc.

Simon went to New York University and the University of Colorado. After serving in the military in 1945 and 1946, he began composing with his sibling for radio in 1948, and after that for tv, a period in their lives chronicled in Simon’s 1993 play, “Laughter on the 23rd Floor.”

The brothers wrote for such timeless 1950s tv series as “Your Program of Reveals,” 90 minutes of live, initial funny starring Caesar and Imogene Coca, and later for “The Phil Silvers Program,” in which the popular comedian depicted the conniving Army Sgt. Ernie Bilko.

Yet Simon grew discontented with tv writing and the network restrictions that accompanied it. From his frustration came “Come Blow Your Horn,” which starred Hal March and Warren Berlinger as 2 bros (not unlike Danny and Neil Simon) aiming to figure out what to do with their lives. The comedy ran for more than a year on Broadway. An audience member is stated to have actually passed away on opening night.

But it was his second play, “Barefoot in the Park,” that actually put Simon on the map. Seriously well-received, the 1963 funny, directed by Mike Nichols, worried the adversities of a set of newlyweds played by Elizabeth Ashley and Robert Redford, who lived on the leading floor of a New york city brownstone.

Simon sealed that success 2 years later on with “The Odd Couple,” a comedy about bickering roommates: Oscar, a gruff, slovenly sportswriter, and Felix, a neat, fussy photographer. Walter Matthau, as Oscar, and Art Carney, as Felix, starred on Broadway, with Matthau and Jack Lemmon playing the functions in a successful film variation. Jack Klugman and Tony Randall appeared in the TV series, which operated on ABC from 1970-1975. A female stage version was done on Broadway in 1985 with Rita Moreno as Olive (Oscar) and Sally Struthers as Florence (Felix). It was revived once again as a TV series from 2015-17, starring Matthew Perry.

The play stays one of Simon’s most long lasting and popular works. Nathan Lane as Oscar and Matthew Broderick as Felix starred in a revival that was among the biggest hits of the 2005-2006 Broadway season.

Besides “Sweet Charity” (1966 ), which starred Gwen Verdon as a goodhearted dance-hall hostess, and “Promises, Assures” (1968 ), based upon Billy Wilder’s movie “The House,” Simon wrote the books for a number of other musicals.

” Little Me” (1962 ), adjusted from Patrick Dennis’ very popular satire of show-biz autobiographies, included a hardworking Sid Caesar in seven various roles. “They’re Playing Our Tune” (1979 ), which had music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, ran for more than two years. But a musical version of Simon’s motion picture “The Farewell Girl,” starring Martin Short and Bernadette Peters, had just a brief run in 1993.

Many of his plays were turned into movies too. Besides “The Odd Couple,” he composed the screenplays for movie versions of “Barefoot in the Park,” “The Sunlight Boys,” “The Prisoner of Second Avenue” and more.

Simon also wrote initial movie scripts, the best known being “The Bye-bye Woman,” starring Richard Dreyfuss as a having a hard time actor, and “The Heartbreak Kid,” which included Charles Grodin as a recently wed male, lusting to drop his brand-new partner for a blonde goddess played by Cybill Shepherd.

In his later years, Simon had more problem on Broadway. After the success of “Lost in Yonkers,” which starred Mercedes Ruehl as a gentle, simple-minded lady controlled by her prideful mother (Irene Worth), the playwright had a string of financially not successful plays including “Jake’s Ladies,” “Laughter on the 23rd Flooring” and “Proposals.” Simon even went off-Broadway with “London Suite” in 1995 but it didn’t run long either.

” The Dinner Celebration,” a comedy set in Paris about hubbies and ex-wives, was a modest hit in 2000, mainly due to the fact that of the box-office strength of its 2 stars, Henry Winkler and John Ritter. A hit revival of “Promises, Promises” in 2010 starred Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes.

Perhaps Simon’s many infamous production was the critically panned “Rose’s Issue,” which opened at off-Broadway’s not-for-profit Manhattan Theatre Club in December 2003. Its star, Mary Tyler Moore, went out of the show throughout sneak peek efficiencies after getting a note from the playwright criticizing her performance. Moore was replaced by her understudy.

He wrote 2 memoirs, “Rewrites” (1996) and “The Play Goes On” (1999 ). They were integrated into “Neil Simon’s Memoirs.”

Simon was married 5 times, twice to the same female. His first spouse, Joan Baim, died of cancer in 1973, after Twenty Years of marriage. They had 2 children, Ellen and Nancy, who endure him. Simon handled her death in “Chapter Two” (1977 ), informing the story of a widower who starts once again.

The playwright then married starlet Marsha Mason, who had actually appeared in his phase comedy “The Great Medical professional” and who went on to star in numerous movies written by Simon consisting of “The Goodbye Lady,” “The Cheap Detective,”” Chapter 2,”” Only When I Laugh” and “Max Dugan Returns.” They divorced in 1982.

The playwright was married to his 3rd wife, Diane Lander, two times– as soon as in 1987-1988 and once again in 1990-1998. Simon embraced Lander’s child, Bryn, from a previous marital relationship. Simon wed his fourth better half, actress Elaine Joyce, in 1999. He also is made it through by three grandchildren and one great-grandson.

” I think I will continue writing in a vain search for that perfect play. I hope I will keep my balance and sense of humor when I’m told I haven’t accomplished it,” Simon when said about his abundant output of work. “At any rate, the trip has actually been wonderful. As George and Individual retirement account Gershwin said, ‘They Can’t Take That Away From Me.'”

Ex- ’30 Rock’ cast member Judah Friedlander stands at the Funny Cellar

Judah Friedlander takes pride in putting stand-up first. He starred as “the Hug Man” in the Dave Matthews Band’s “Everyday” video, represented Toby “Genuine Nerd” Radloff in Harvey Pekar biopic American Splendor, invested seven years on 30 Rock, found the time to launch 2 humor books and still hit the comedy clubs whenever possible. So exactly what took him almost Thirty Years to launch his first special?

The Vegas Comedy Cellar is highlighting showcase-style lineups, yet you’re headlining 2 weeks after their opening. They asked me to heading, so I resembled, “Yeah!” I have actually heard they’re designing it to be precisely like the Funny Cellar in New York City, which is a terrific space. From the lighting to the noise to the design of the tables and chairs, it just works. It makes the carrying out experience better; it makes the seeing experience much better for the audience.

How is it that your October 2017 Netflix unique, America Is the best Nation in the United States, was only your first special to this day? I’ve denied 3 or four deals for specials for many years. There’s constantly some sort of censorship, whether it’s language or subject or specific brand names you cannot mention. And not just would they own that specific efficiency, they would own all your words. And I normally do not like the method they’re produced– these crane shots, and they do it in some theater where they do not even do comedy, and get professional audience-gatherers to collect this big crowd. However then it gets to the point of, “Am I simply never going to make an unique?”

I understood I had to make it myself. So I recorded sets for over a year, figuring out what camera angles and audio recording works best. It’s practically like an anti-special. Instead of going huge, I went small and simply shot it at the Funny Cellar, where I work one of the most. I view stand-up as type of like jazz, where it’s eventually a little art form. You don’t wish to see jazz at an arena, you understand what I indicate?

Now that more stars are running for workplace, how major could your #JudahForPresident hashtag end up being? (Chuckles) I’ve actually had some individuals legitimately inform me to do that. Even though I talk about all the huge problems, I never do anything in a preachy method. It’s constantly from a joking and satirical method. I don’t like telling individuals what to believe. So I do not know that I would actually run. I believe I’m more reliable as an outsider than an expert. I’ve never been an insider in anything. Even in the funny world, I’m kind of an outsider.

You’re likewise a little bit of an international-cuisine food lover. Any favorites you plan to strike in Vegas? Vegas has wonderful food and really at all rate levels. I’m certainly going to have to go off the Strip and hit Roberto’s, which is 24 hours and connected to a gasoline station. I get the shredded beef, refried beans and cheese burrito. With rice on the side, not in the burrito. I do not do that. Rice goes on the side. It’s unacceptable.

JUDAH FRIEDLANDER April 18, 7 & & 9 p.m., $45-$65. Comedy Cellar, Rio, 702-777-2782.

Weekend Rewind: Michelle Wie at Hyde, Ray Romano at the Funny Cellar, Ricky Martin for Signboard and more


Michelle Wie and friends at Hyde Bellagio. By )

Tuesday, April 10, 2018|2 a.m.

. So I had a quite big weekend, taking a look at the brand-new program Opium at the Cosmopolitan (a full review is coming later today) and going huge with a bachelor celebration bar crawl on Fremont Street. But if anyone owned Vegas recently, it needed to be pro golfer Michelle Wie (presently No. 6 on the LPGA loan list and ranked No. 13 in the world by Rolex) who exploded social media while partying at Bellagio and hitting the links at Shadow Creek. Wie and her squad likewise signed in at Hyde Bellagio throughout supermodel and “Genuine Homemakers of Miami” cast member Joanna Krupa’s birthday celebration.

One of your preferred actresses took in among your preferred Vegas programs. The great Viola Davis (“Fences,” “The Aid,” “How to Get Away with Murder”) and her child Genesis saw Cirque du Soleil’s “O” at Bellagio over the weekend, signing up with cast members backstage after the program for the ‘gram. Apparently Davis is a long time Cirque devotee.

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Viola Davis at “O”R&B queen Ashanti stopped at Drai’s Saturday night to enjoy a performance by resident artist 2 Chainz. Likewise identified on the rooftop club: a various sort of homeowner, Floyd Mayweather, and Houston Firecrackers super star James Harden.

The Funny Cellar at the Rio promised huge names would be appearing on its stage just as they do at the New york city City original, and it only took one weekend to prove the claim as Aces of Comedy resident Ray Romano dropped in after his Mirage program. Romano is one of the many standup stars who paid his charges in the NYC club, which has actually exported its design and setup to the off-Strip resort.

Additional entertainers have actually been announced for the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards to be held later on this month at the Mandalay Bay Occasion Center and Strip headliner Ricky Martin tops the list. His fantastic production “All In” go back to Park Theater returns May 23 but he’ll join social media star and rapper-of-the-moment Cardi B and Colombian reggaeton vocalists J Balvin and Karol G at the Latin Billboards show and event April 26, which will be transmitted live on Telemundo. Formerly announced artists include Calibre 50, Chayanne, Maluma, ManĂ¡, Nicky Jam and Ozuma. On the other hand, tickets for the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Might 20, go on sale Thursday, April 12 at axs.com. Last year’s Billboards were held at T-Mobile Arena and featured another Strip resident, Celine Dion.

ICYMI: Business owner Alex Meruelo closed on his acquisition of SLS Las Vegas last week, officially pointing the struggling Strip resort that was as soon as the iconic Sahara in a brand-new direction. Previous Stratosphere general manager Paul Hobson was named SLS’ new senior vice president and basic supervisor. Expect steady but significant change at this North Strip home and up the block at the Strat, now under the control of Golden Home entertainment.

In dining establishment news, the Cosmopolitan announced its next dining establishment addition, a refined Chinese experience called Red Plate, pertaining to the resort’s 3rd flooring this summer. Chef Yip Cheung was developing specialized dining alternatives for high rollers at Cosmo’s Talon Club and will direct this new Cantonese cooking area, set for the space previously occupied by the Italian pizza and wine bar D.O.C.G.

And if you need another need to visit downtown’s Flock & & Fowl dining establishment– other than that chef Sheridan Su was nominated for a James Beard Award this year– here’s another one. Bartender Adam Rains was crowned the winner of the regional semifinals of the Star of the Bar mixology competitors at Libertine Social, thanks to his innovative cocktail called the Well-known P.I.G., made with Whistlepig 10-year rye, maple syrup, lychee honey, aquafaba and lemon. Rains is off to Chicago May 20 to complete once again at the National Restaurant Association Dining Establishment, Hotel-Motel Show.