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Friday, March 23, 2018|2 a.m.
There’s a new group in town and the home opener is here. Make plans to head downtown Saturday night to take in some Las Vegas sports history, and consider these other musical weekend highlights as well.
JEFFREY OSBORNE Among the top R&B vocalists of the ’80s in fact started his career as the drummer of a funk and soul band referred to as Love Men Ltd. It wasn’t long before he went out from behind the set and stepped in front of the mic, which is why you know Jeffrey Osborne from his hits like “You Need to Be Mine,” “On the Wings of Love” and “Stay With Me Tonight.” He’ll perform at the Golden Nugget Display room Friday night. March 23, info at < a href=" https://www.goldennugget.com/las-vegas/entertainment/" target=“
_ blank “> goldennugget.com. REBA, BROOKS & DUNN Reba McEntire will be back in town April 15 to host the 53rd yearly Academy of C and w Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena, where she’s also nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year. Watch her show off those abilities with partners-in-residence Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn this weekend at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. March 23-24, information at < a href=" http://www.thecolosseum.com/events/detail/345525" target=“
_ blank” > thecolosseum.com. LOVE NEVER DIES This weekend brings your last chance to see and hear the premiere North American trip of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s follow up to “The Phantom of the Opera” at The Smith Center. There are five performances spread over the next 3 days so seize the chance. March 23-25, info at < a href=" https://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/loveneverdies/" target=" _blank “> thesmithcenter.com. Associated content
LIGHTS FC VS RENO 1868 FC The Las Vegas Lights opened their launching season with a St. Patrick’s Day success in Fresno. Now the group comes back to Cashman Field to play its first routine season USL home video game while at the same time beginning a new Nevada competition, inviting Reno 1868 to downtown Las Vegas. Soccer triggers will fly. March 24, details at
lasvegaslightsfc.com. BLACK COFFEE You may have heard that nobody dances in Las Vegas bars anymore. That’s going to change Sunday night with South African house music star Black Coffee makes his Strip launching and begins his new residency at XS at Encore. March 25, information at xslasvegas.com.
Eric Jordan Young embraced a brand-new mantra for 2018, and it’s working rather well: No tasks.
“Often when we do a great deal of work and hectic ourselves, we can start to think about whatever as an obligation,” discusses the Broadway veteran who has actually recently carried out in Las Vegas productions Rock of Ages, Shakin’ and Vegas! The Program. “However I love exactly what I do and I love being associated with a lot of various jobs at the very same time, so the idea is no chores this year, all excellent stuff.”
Young is doing so much great stuff on the Strip today, it is difficult to find out how he fits everything in. He’s the resident director of Baz: A Musical Mash-up, which plays Tuesday through Sunday at the Palazzo Theatre. “I oversee the imaginative aspects of the show, anything that deals with performance and casting and staging and structure and outfits and lighting and sound design,” he states. “I’m the eyes and ears on the imaginative level for the production group, and I use support and guidance to the entertainers and provide to the chance to feel safe onstage.”
Seems like a full-time gig. Except that he’s also one of 4 stars of the fun, new Wednesday-through-Saturday 5 p.m. show The Cocktail Cabaret at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace. It’s a powerhouse, throwback musical extravaganza produced by author Keith Thompson and piano phenom Philip Fortenberry. Young is the singing-dancing host of the show, anchoring the efficiencies of standout vocalists Niki Scalera, Daniel Emmet and Maren Wade.
“Cleopatra’s Barge is one of those well-known spaces any performer would be enjoyed carry out in if only for one night,” he states. “Many incredible individuals have remained in that space, from the Rat Load to Harry Belafonte. It’s such an iconic location– to be on that phase is truly cool.”
So cool, in reality, that Young’s 3rd present show, the unorthodox Renegades, plays there, too, Thursdays through Sundays at 8 p.m. Young is writer and imaginative director for the interactive sports-focused program, which features storytelling and discussion with infamous professional athletes including Jose Canseco, Jim McMahon and Terrell Owens.
“I’m a writer, so that was the main focus of the best ways to make this work,” Young states. “It’s a matter of how to shape those stories and make them appropriate to everybody, regardless if they’re a sports fan or if they comprehend these professional athletes’ history. And Renegades definitely has some stories you have not heard.”
Dealing with big names is a breeze for someone who collaborated with lots of superstars during the first national company trip of Chicago, when Young teamed with Brooke Shields, George Hamilton, Lou Gossett Jr., Melanie Griffith and much more.
Somehow, Young also discovers time to carry out in Breakfast to Broadway Sundays at Red Rock Resort, a program broadening to Santa Fe Station, too. “It feels like someone is looking out for me, the way that everything has lined up,” he says. “My day can be truly quite amazing, however I simply enjoy exactly what I do. I love to see the changes and impact, and I enjoy to pull stuff from people and make them feel they can do much better.”
Simply talking with Young can do that, or at least make you feel you can do more.
[not able to retrieve full-text material] The creator of FIG Brand Strategy Firm discuss her very first catering experience, the development of Las Vegas’ cooking scene and her No. 1 suggestion for dining establishment branding and growth.
Monday, June 5, 2017|6:05 p.m.
UNITED NATIONS– Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened the first U.N. conference on oceans Monday with a caution that the seas are “under danger as never ever in the past,” keeping in mind one current study warns that disposed of plastic garbage could surpass fish by 2050 if nothing is done.
The U.N. chief told presidents, ministers, diplomats and environmental activists from almost 200 countries that oceans– “the lifeline of our planet”– are being severely harmed by pollution, trash, overfishing and the impacts of environment change.
The five-day conference, which started on World Environment Day, is the first major occasion to concentrate on environment because U.S. President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the United States will withdraw from the 2015 Paris Environment Arrangement– a decision slammed by Bolivian President Evo Morales and other speakers Monday.
Guterres stated the goal of the conference is “to turn the tide” and resolve the problems that “we produced.”
He stated contending interests over area and natural resources have actually obstructed progress for too long in tidying up and restoring to health the world’s oceans, which cover two-thirds of the world.
“We need to put aside short-term nationwide gain to prevent long-term international disaster,” Guterres stated. “Conserving our oceans and utilizing them sustainably is protecting life itself.”
General Assembly President Peter Thomson, a Fijian diplomat, stated, “The time has come for us to correct our wrongful ways.”
“We have unleashed a plague of plastic upon the ocean that is defiling nature in numerous terrible ways,” he said. “It is inexcusable that humankind tips the equivalent of a large garbage truck of plastic into the ocean every minute of every day.”
Guterres cited a 2016 World Economic Forum report on “The New Plastics Economy,” which said the best research study estimates there are over 150 million tons of plastics in the ocean.
“In a business-as-usual scenario, the ocean is expected to contain 1 lots of plastic for every single 3 lots of fish by 2025, and by 2050, more plastics than fish (by weight),” the report said.
Thomson also warned that unlawful and harmful fishing practices and hazardous aids for fisheries “are owning our fish stocks to tipping points of collapse.” And, he stated, the increasing human-caused carbon emissions tied to climate modification are triggering rising sea levels by alerting the oceans and hurting marine life by making the seas more acidic with less oxygen.
Thomson stated the conference most likely represents the very best chance ever “to reverse the cycle of decline that human activity has actually brought upon the ocean” and spur action to fulfill the U.N. goal for 2030 to save and manage the ocean’s resources.
The conference asked federal governments, U.N. bodies, and civil society groups to make voluntary dedications to act to improve the health of the oceans. So far, over 730 dedications have actually been gotten, most on managing safeguarded locations, conference representative Damian Cardona stated.
Gabon’s president, Ali Bongo Ondimba, revealed the development of Africa’s largest marine protected area, a network of 9 brand-new marine parks and 11 aquatic reserves. It extends the Mayumba National forest to the 200 nautical mile limitation of Gabon’s special financial zone, which specialists say will safeguard a big area of environments and marine life.
At the end of the conference Friday, nearly 200 nations will release a “call for action” attending to marine concerns, which Cardona stated has actually already been concurred.
It prompts countries to execute long-term and robust steps to lower using plastics, consisting of plastic bags, and neutralize sea-level rise that threatens lots of island countries along with rising ocean temperatures and increasing ocean level of acidity.
Micronesian President Peter Christian stated Pacific islanders are worried that the ocean has been “left to recover itself” after being used as “a dumping ground for industrial waste” and a weapons testing room, and being contaminated by humans on shores and ships at sea.
Worrying the significance of all countries belonging to the Paris agreement, Christian stated in an evident referral to Trump’s decision: “While some may continue to deny man’s guilt for the damaging results of climate modification on islands and islanders … no man, no island, no village and no nation can deny that trash in our oceans is of man’s own doing.”
“And for this, male needs to clean up his mess,” he said.
Bolivia’s Morales was more direct, telling the conference that the government of the United States, among the world’s “primary polluters,” chose to leave the Paris arrangement, “rejecting science, turning your backs on multilateralism and attempting to deny a future to upcoming generations.”
This “has made it the primary hazard to environment and life itself,” Morales said.
Baron Waqa, president of Nauru, the smallest U.N. member with just over 10,000 individuals and a single island of just 21 square kilometers, said the nation’s unique economic zone is over 15,000 times larger and its economic survival depends upon tuna.
While Nauru and 7 surrounding islands have taken action “to sustainably handle our tuna,” Waqa stated tuna fishing is still threatened by unlawful, unreported and uncontrolled fishing which he said “is a criminal act, akin to piracy, and should be addressed with urgency.”
Waqa prompted governments, companies and civil society to support the Tuna 2020 Traceability Statement to ensure that all tuna items can be tracked from the vessel where the fish is captured to the final purchaser.
Denise Truscello John Fogerty wraps his second perform at Repetition Theater over Memorial Day Weekend.
Thursday, May 25, 2017|2 a.m.
Prior to John Fogerty took the stage on May 19 to open his second run of programs in the luxurious, 1,500-seat Repetition Theater, his longtime keyboardist Bob Malone marched in front of the drape to inform a fast tale of his first visit to Las Vegas, one in which his pockets were empty till he hit a fruit machine for a hundred bucks. He described it as a spiritual experience.
More vital, Malone estimated the Fogerty shows were the first loud rock concerts to be kept in this venue, which has actually notoriously hosted Beyoncé, Garth Brooks and Girl Gaga. If Friday night’s show wasn’t the loudest, it had to be the most rockin’. After a short video showcased Fogerty’s pride in composing “Proud Mary”– and that Elvis Presley performed it in Las Vegas– the drape went up and the rockin’ started, kicking things off with the 1969 Creedence Clearwater Revival classic.
Fogerty, who turns 72 on Might 28, brought limitless energy to the stage, relatively getting stronger in voice and guitar chops as the night went on. He kept the Vegas energy opting for a flashing neon indication throughout “Suzie Q” and presented his son and support guitarist Shane before an emotional duet of “Oh! Susanna,” the Stephen Foster song that first brought in the older Fogerty to a life of music. (The family affair continued when his other son, Tyler, hit the phase for some wild shuffle-dancing and singing responsibilities on “Good Golly Miss Molly.”)
Playing all the CCR hits plus a few of his own, Fogerty’s repertoire goes on permanently. But it was his energy and guitar that prevented this Encore Theater show from turning stodgy or pedantic. This was a rock concert, pure and basic. Another fast video sector informed the story of his long-lost 1969 Rickenbacker Sunburst guitar, utilized in the CCR heyday, given up when the band liquified, recovered by his partner 40-plus years later on and surprise-gifted under the Christmas tree simply months back. Watching Fogerty play “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” and then wail through “I Put a Spell on You” with the guitar and amplifier he used at Woodstock? That’s a priceless music moment right there, in Las Vegas or anywhere else.
Fogerty returns to Repetition Theater on May 27 and 28 at 8 p.m. For details, call 702-770-9966 or visit wynnlasvegas.com.
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Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015|12:20 a.m.
New York City– Some aspects of the movie company have changed for actresses in the more than 5 decades because Sophia Loren was very first discovered, and some things have stayed precisely the same.
Take pay equity, for example, and the fact that worthy actresses in some cases earn less than their male equivalents.
“It never changed. It’s constantly the same. It’s always the exact same like in the past, but not only in the movies. Even in life occasionally, sadly,” Loren stated on the red carpet Monday night prior to the not-for-profit Americans for the Arts honored her at its National Arts Awards.
Loren got the Carolyn Clark Powers Lifetime Accomplishment Award, presented to her by director and choreographer Rob Marshall prior to a star-studded crowd that included Tony Bennett, Girl Gaga and artists Chuck Close and Jeff Koons.
Herbie Hancock and Gaga were likewise among the honorees, but it was Loren who stole hearts in a black evening dress, accompanied by kid Edoardo Ponti and daughter-in-law Sasha Alexander.
At 81, Loren still works when the state of mind strikes. The word retirement is not in her vocabulary.
“That’s awful, the word retire. Never,” she said. “We begin always like it was the beginning of a long profession.”
With the attack of technology and the speed at which the world turns today, Loren said she enjoys accepting the “new” in life.
“Well I think you have to get accustomed to the brand-new things that come out and try to pursue them and try to be constantly living in a world that comes from you, even though you have to learn numerous things more,” she discussed.
Exactly what is Loren’s best advice for young starlets today?
“To take life seriously,” she stated, “to do the best things and not to take life quickly, as in some cases the women, they do because they don’t have experience.”
She added: “They need excellent mothers, excellent moms and dads.”
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It didn’t take long for Rich Newman to get tired with retirement. So 3 years in, at age 74, he started a company producing and dispersing custom-made coloring books that work as souvenirs to honor cities, businesses and occasions.
Newman belongs to the growing national trend of encore entrepreneurship, comprised of striving entrepreneur ages 50 and older. Due to dullness with retirement, a need for supplemental earnings or finally starting to meet self-employment dreams, people 50-plus make up one of the fastest-growing groups of business owners in the country.
“What else was I going to do?” Newman asked. “I had an idea, and I thought there was a need for it. I actually needed to start from scratch. I ‘d never ever done retail before.”
Newman’s business, Coloring Books USA, has produced 6 coloring books given that 2012, consisting of ones for Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Route 66 and the Indy 500. The Las Vegas coloring book, readily available at McCarran International Airport, is his best seller.
In addition to running his own business, Newman, a previous public relations and advertising executive, helps other budding entrepreneurs. He is among 35 locals, all retired company owner or executives, who volunteers with the Small Business Administration’s Service Core of Retired Executives.
“Because they have had many of the exact same experiences and they’re of the exact same age, it assists them link much better with encore business owners,” Small company Administration District Director Bob Holguin stated.
The Small Business Administration partners with AARP to promote services– business training courses, workshops and one-on-one therapy sessions, all complimentary of charge– to child boomers and retired people.
“Age 65, 70, 75 doesn’t indicate the exact same thing as it did Twenty Years ago,” Holguin stated. “Individuals are more active. They wish to start a business. They wish to do something for themselves.”
Eighty-three percent of senior entreprenuers surveyed by Gallup stated their main reason for launching an endeavor was to improve their way of living or to increase their income. They stated it allowed them to be independent (32 percent) and enabled them to pursue their interests and interests (27 percent). Only 10 percent stated they decided to start a company to meet an unfulfilled need in the marketplace.
Costs Foster, 78, established Ease of access Solutions in 2008 at age 71. The business assists senior citizens equip their homes so they can stay independent as they age. Foster had actually spent 20 years constructing care facilities and seeing firsthand what senior citizens desired.
“People want to remain at house, not go into a home,” Foster stated. “It has actually ended up being an acceptable trend to send out mom and dad to a facility, and it’s just rubbish.”
Foster runs the operation on his own, doing assessments, tracking down equipment and making deals with specialists.
Practically 8 million self-employed employees in the United States were 50 or older as of 2012, according to AARP and census information. The increase of encore entrepreneurship has roots both in the aging workforce and the financial recession. In reality, Americans in their 50s and early 60s lost more making power throughout the economic crisis than any other age, according to data evaluation group Sentier Research.
“In the general population, it’s challenging for older people to contend for tasks versus younger, college-educated prospects,” Holguin said.
It’s also tough for older workers to get better after losing a job. Two-thirds of employees ages 55 to 65 re-employed after the recession earned less in their brand-new task than they did in their previous task, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The re-employment rate for older employees also is dire: 47 percent for 55- to 65-year-olds and 24 percent for individuals over 65.
“The economy eliminated a great deal of people,” Newman said. “I had clients in their 50s and 60s who couldn’t discover work since of their age. But they also no longer want to work for other individuals.”