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Rice, 23, passed away Sunday, June 3, 2018 after he was shot outside of a houseparty( FOX5 ). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)- Medical inspectors recognized the man killed at a houseparty in Southwest Las Vegas on Monday. Raheem Anthony Rice, 23, passed away after he was shot in the back on June 3,
Rice was standing outside a home speaking with a group on the 6100 block of Novelty Street, near South Fort Apache Road and West Patrick Lane when a black sedan drove by and opened fire, according to City authorities.
A 17-year-old kid was likewise shot, police said. He sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Both victims were carried to University Medical Center Trauma where Rice later passed away.
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Sunday, May 13, 2018|4:53 p.m.
LOS ANGELES– “Avengers: Infinity War” is still ruling package office in its 3rd weekend in theaters, quickly beating out the mom-themed fare.
The Walt Disney Studios on Sunday estimates that “Infinity War” has actually included $61.8 million from North American theaters bringing its total domestic profits to $547.8 million. Worldwide the movie has now earned over $1.6 billion– $200 million of which was from its huge opening in China this weekend. It’s now the 5th greatest grossing film of all time worldwide.
The superhero smash hit overpowered newbies like the Melissa McCarthy funny “Life of the Celebration” and the Gabrielle Union thriller “Breaking In,” both of which were strategically timed to debut on Mother’s Day weekend. Both films drew overwhelmingly female audiences, too.
In a distant second, “Life of the Party” made an estimated $18.5 million, which is a few million short of a few of McCarthy’s other funny cooperations with hubby Ben Falcone like “Tammy” and “In charge.” It also got similarly combined evaluations from critics. The Warner Bros. release stars McCarthy as a woman who decides to return to college with her daughter.
The studio is “delighted” with the outcomes.
“It’s escapist film palace fare,” said Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ president of domestic circulation.
The modestly allocated “Breaking In” took third location with $16.5 million, over-performing most market expectations regardless of uninspired evaluations. The film stars Union as a mommy who has to combat to save her kids from a group of home invaders.
“It’s an edge-of-the-seat thriller that you might not always connect with Mom’s Day, however it worked extraordinarily well,” stated Jim Orr, Universal’s president of domestic theatrical circulation.
The Universal Pictures release is simply the latest in a long string of effective collaborations with producer Will Packer, who likewise produced “Lady’s Trip” and the “Flight Along” films.
“We have a fantastic partner in Will Packer and ‘Breaking In’ is another example of his extremely talented method and our mutual success,” Orr said.
Also gaining from the Mother’s Day timing was “Overboard,” which earned $10.1 million to take fourth location, down only 31 percent from its launching last weekend. And rounding out the leading 5 was “A Peaceful Place” with $6.4 million. The John Krasinski-directed thriller has now made $169.6 million domestically.
“This is a common Mom’s Day weekend with a big smash hit in the mix and some counter programming thrown in for excellent procedure as we wait for the arrival of ‘Deadpool 2’ next week,” said comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.
Due to the fact that of the huge success of “Infinity War,” package office is up 4.9 percent for the year, and a slew of smash hits turning up are hoping to continue the success, including “Deadpool 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story” just one week later.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Where available, the latest global numbers for Friday through Sunday are likewise included. Last domestic figures will be launched Monday.
1.”Avengers: Infinity War,” $61.8 million ($281.3 million global).
2.”Life of the Party,” $18.5 million ($2.9 million global).
3.”Breaking In,” $16.5 million ($1 million worldwide).
4.”Overboard,” $10.1 million ($8.2 million international).
5.”A Quiet Place,” $6.4 million ($2.8 million international).
6.”I Feel Pretty,” $3.7 million ($3.5 million worldwide).
7.”Rampage,” $3.4 million ($6.4 million worldwide).
8.”Tully,” $2.2 million.
9.”Black Panther,” $1.9 million.
10.”Blockers,” $1.1 million ($1.2 million worldwide).
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada), according to comScore:
1. “Avengers: Infinity War,” $281.3 million.
2. “Overboard,” $8.2 million.
3. “Reality or Dare,” $7.4 million.
4. “Rampage,” $6.4 million.
5. “Sherlock Gnomes,” $5.6 million.
6. “United States And Them (dir. Liu),” $4.2 million.
7. “I Feel Pretty,” $3.5 million.
8. “Wrestler,” $3.4 million.
9. “I Am Your Mother,” $3.2 million.
10. “Life of the Party,” $2.9 million.
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border=” 0 “src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16549055_G.png” width= “180”/ > Anthony Wrobel( Source: LVMPD ) (Gai Phanalsy/FOX5). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)-. Las Vegas Metro authorities said an employee from the Venetian was eliminated and another was seriously hurt during a shooting at Sunset Park Sunday night.
Officers responded to the scene about 6 p.m. The suspect, recognized as Anthony Wrobel, 42, walked up to a picnic table where numerous hotel staff members were at, and shot and eliminated a female in her mid-50s while hurting a man, cops said. The man was taken to Sunrise Healthcare facility in critical condition.
Officers on scene said the shooting was workplace violence. The victims were in the park at a party for workers of the Venetian, police stated. A minimum of among the victims is a hotel executive, cops stated. Wrobel is also utilized at the home, authorities said.
Police said they discovered the Wrobel’s lorry at McCarran Airport.
Wrobel was additional described by cops as standing 5′ 9″ tall and weighing about 197 pounds. He is thought about armed and hazardous.
Eastern Avenue was closed down from Sundown Roadway to Warm Springs while authorities investigated.
Anybody with info is advised to get in touch with authorities at 702-828-3521. To remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
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Friday, April 13, 2018|2 a.m.
It’s difficult to describe how substantial this weekend is going to be: Video game 2 of the Vegas Golden Knights-Los Angeles Kings first round playoff series is Friday night; there are 2 sold-out Justin Timberlake shows taking over T-Mobile Arena for the rest of the weekend; and the 53rd Academy of C and w Awards show covers it up on Sunday night from MGM Grand Garden Arena (broadcast live on CBS). This is some major huge Vegas action. But wait … there’s more. Find your way to these other shows, comedy shows and events all over the Valley in the next few days.
OLD DOMINION There were 17 different Celebration for a Cause occasions planned for the weekend surrounding the Academy of C And W Awards’ 15th year in Las Vegas, which is why c and w truly takes over the town this time of year (while raising cash for charitable foundation ACM Lifting Lives). You will not wish to miss out on the poolside show from Nashville favorites Old Dominion Friday night at the Red Rock Resort’s Sandbar Stage, featuring visitor star Michael Ray. April 13, details at stationcasinoslive.com.
STEVEN WRIGHT The unmistakably deadpan comic go back to the phase the Treasure Island Theatre Friday night and his philosophical, absurdist method is a lot more refreshing juxtaposed versus the current political climate. If you require a laugh-filled night of escapism, this is the program for you. April 13, information at < a href=" http://www.treasureisland.com/shows/event-headliners" target=“
_ blank” > treasureisland.com. LAS VEGAS HIGHLAND GAMES The yearly Celtic gathering and cultural celebration returns Saturday and Sunday at Floyd Lamb Park. This year’s entertainment lineup consists of Seven Nations, the Ploughboys, Neil O’Neill and Killian’s Angels in addition to plenty of food and drink vendors and 9 various athletic events. Put on your kilt and go out to the park. April 14-15, info at lasvegascelticsociety.org.
UNLVINO It was established in 1974 as a little event in a distribution warehouse and today it is among the neighborhood’s most precious charitable events. UNLVino is a single night of wine tasting and fundraising for scholarships this year at the Keep Memory Alive Center at downtown’s Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, boasting beverages and food from more than 50 wineries and restaurants. Be prepared to run into a few celebrity chefs, too. April 14, information at unlvino.com.
AARON LEWIS The brooding frontman of alt-metal band Staind has proceeded to a country and roots-rock influenced solo profession. His evolving style will be on screen for 2 programs at the Orleans Showroom this weekend. April 14-15, details at orleanscasino.com.
Although it’s no longer a central multi-day celebration, the Academy of C and w’s Party for a Cause continues on as a series of smaller sized shows throughout the weekend of the ACM Awards. That makes it a bit more unwieldy for fans looking to get the full experience, however it also enables a series of entertainers, from big-name headliners to unrecognized songwriters, all connected to the annual awards show.
Both kinds of acts combine at Stories, Songs & & Stars (April 13, 8:30 p.m., the Joint), including significant acts like Little Big Town and Thomas Rhett, along with the gifted Nashville songwriters (including Rhett’s dad Rhett Akins and prolific hitmakers Hillary Lindsay and Shane McAnally) often responsible for nation’s chart-topping singles. The Vegas organization Nashville Unplugged, which also showcases nation songwriters, gets 2 ACM-sponsored shows (April 13-14, 10 p.m., Rhythm & & Riffs at Mandalay Bay), including talent consisting of Sugarland’s Kristian Bush.
The most significant headliners will be at the Celebration at the Beach (April 13-14, 7 p.m., Mandalay Bay Beach), led by Chris Janson and Chris Young. Other highlights on the two-night expense consist of singer-songwriter Web cam and guitar virtuoso Lindsay Ell.
For country fans who want to stay away from the Strip, pop-country quartet Old Rule will headline at Red Rock’s Sandbar Swimming pool (April 13, 6 p.m.). Information on all these events and more can be discovered at partyforacause.com.
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“Party Bus to Hell” will be offered at iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, PlayStation, and XBox as well as through cable and satellite suppliers. The movie has a limited theatrical run April 19-22 in California (April 19 in Pasadena, April 20 in Santa Ana and April 22 in Hollywood). The DVD release date is June 12. The global release will happen in six months.
In the middle of their relentless drive to increase the Las Vegas movie scene, 2 brothers who make up a locally based production team have churned out another scary flick.
“Celebration Bus to Hell,” an indie movie starring Tara Reid and shot in Las Vegas and the Valley of Fire, will have its video-on-demand release on Friday.
The plot follows a celebration bus that breaks down on the way to the Burning Male festival. As occurs in the Nevada desert, the passengers discover themselves stranded among a group of Satan worshippers. We won’t share any spoilers, however there’s a massacre and somehow Reid’s character acquires a huge machete to support her hippie flower crown.
“I truly want to bring Hollywood to Las Vegas,” states Michael Mahal, co-founder of Mahal Empire Productions, together with his bro Sonny. The duo have found that scary, with its low-budget beauty and integrated fan base, is the easiest way to avoid of the red.
The Mahal bros are already hard at work on their next horror flick, “Art of the Dead.” They’ll film in Las Vegas in May, shop the movie at film celebrations in the fall and after that launch it next spring. In addition to seeking standard financiers, they’ve raised $73,550 via an IndieGoGo project.
Starring Reid and Richard Grieco, the motion picture is a modern Vegas twist on the Oscar Wilde timeless, “The Photo of Dorian Gray.” In this version, an unwary household purchases a collection of cursed paintings that represent the 7 Fatal Sins. Next thing they understand, they’re being sucked into paintings and succumbing to pride, lust, gluttony, sloth, greed, envy and wrath.
“We hype the hell out of our movies on social and reveal the whole procedure. If we go on a location scout, we share the whole album. When people understand how delighted we are, then they wish to be a part of it, too,” Michael Mahal stated.
Mahal chose to ditch his dreams of being an author and director in favor of being a producer. “There are great deals of excellent directors out there,” he says. “However couple of individuals can do exactly what I can do in terms of raising the cash.”
So for “Art of the Dead,” the siblings developed the story concept then hired horror motion picture veteran Rolfe Kanefsky to compose and direct it. This acts as a natural shift to reaching their next objective as producers.
“Among our most significant goals is that we ‘d like to raise $100,000 and give 10 filmmakers $10,000 each,” Mahal says. “We wish to take a break for a year– we’ve been making a task every year continuously for six years– and let some other filmmakers have the reins and see where they go.”
Friday, Feb. 23, 2018|6:12 p.m.
SPARKS– Southern Nevada rancher and state’s rights activist Cliven Bundy is bringing his brand name of politics to an event of like-minded conservative libertarians in Northern Nevada.
Bundy, 71, was set to give the keynote speech Friday night at the Independent American Party of Nevada’s state convention in Stimulates where lots of consider him a hero. He invested nearly 23 months in jail before a federal judge in Las Vegas dismissed a criminal case last month against him and 2 of his kids stemming from an armed standoff with federal government agents at his Bunkerville cattle ranch in 2014.
Joel Hansen, chairman of the Independent American Celebration of Nevada, said before the speech that Bundy’s story is among “significant guts and faith” withstanding federal “corruption and tyranny.”
The celebration, which concentrates on state and property rights, includes numerous disaffected, former Republicans. It now has 65,000 active signed up citizens in Nevada– up from about 15,000 in 2002. It’s presently the 3rd biggest political party in Nevada, making up about 4.5 percent of the active citizens.
Shortly after his release from prison last month, Bundy and his boy, Ryan, appeared at a “Liberty and Property” rally in Montana sponsored by the Coalition of Western Residential Or Commercial Property Owners.
Numerous of the Independent American Celebration’s leaders have actually been associated with legal disputes with the U.S. federal government just like Bundy’s dating to the 1990s.
In 2001, the celebration staged a charity event to cover legal costs of a Nevada rancher, Cliff Gardner, whose livestock were seized for cannot pay grazing fees on national forest land in northeast Nevada. Its 2002 Nevada gubernatorial candidate, David Holmgren, waged his own battle with the BLM over his livestock in central Nevada.
The United States Bureau of Land Management began assembling Bundy cows in April 2014 after obtaining court orders accusing Bundy for 20 years of failure to pay more than $1 million in back grazing fees and penalties to the federal government.
The ensuing standoff at the Bundy ranch 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas pitted about 3 lots greatly armed federal agents safeguarding corrals in a dry river bed versus hundreds of flag-waving protesters calling for the release of some 400 cows.
Andy Kerr, a longtime ecological activist and consultant in Oregon, is amongst those outraged that Bundy cattle are still grazing within the limits of the Gold Butte National Monument President Obama designated in 2016 about 90 miles (140 kilometers) northeast of Las Vegas.
“Now without the threat of federal criminal prosecution, the Bundy young boys are getting some speaking gigs to tell their story, extol how they beat the feds and how they are continuing to do so by not paying federal grazing costs,” Kerr composed on his Public Lands Blog on Friday.
But he stated there may be a silver lining for conservationists.
“‘The more the Bundyites spread their bunk about the illegitimacy of the federal public lands … the more the overwhelming majority of Americans remember they love America’s public lands,” Kerr stated.
Friday, Jan. 26, 2018|1 a.m.
New York City– Tell Cardi B she’s nominated for a Grammy and the development rap artist will rapidly remind you: She’s chosen for “two of them.”
The chart-topping rapper performed late Thursday at a pre-Grammy celebration held by her record label’s parent company, Warner Music Group. When the DJ said she “got chosen for a Grammy,” she remedied him.
” Two of them,” she stated.
The 25-year-old entertainer commemorated her first set of Grammy nominations at The Grill in New York City with an efficiency of her five hit songs, likewise providing the audience a dose of her humor and likable character.
She was energetic as she kicked off the efficiency with her verse on the remix to Bruno Mars’ anthemic and upbeat tune, “Skill.” In a black ensemble, she worked the phase with 2 background dancers, going through her hits that have dominated on radio and on streaming services, from “Bartier Cardi” to “No Limitation,” a cooperation with G-Eazy and A$ AP Rocky.
Cardi B currently has 5 tunes in the Leading 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, consisting of three in the Leading 10 (” Finesse” is No. 4; “No Limitation” is No. 7; and “MotorSport” with Migos and Nicki Minaj is No. 10).
Her significant label debut single, “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves),” topped the Hot 100 in 2015 and made her the first solo female rap artist to reach the task given that Lauryn Hill carried out in 1998. The tune is nominated for two Grammys on Sunday– best rap tune and best rap performance– pitting her against Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar.
” It’s the Grammys– hope a (woman) take one. Let me take it to the Bronx,” she said to the crowd.
Cardi B thanked her label, Atlantic Records, at the event, where participants consisted of singers Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae, Rita Ora, Ciara, Kimbra and Bebe Rexha; country music group Little Big Town; Oscar- and Tony-winning songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul; rapper Gucci Hair; music market players and press.
The rap artist said prior to she signed to Atlantic “a great deal of these labels were trying to play me … they were trying to sign me for $50,000.”
“‘ Love and Hip Hop’ was paying me that,” said Cardi B to laughs, describing the VH1 truth show she starred on, which assisted her fame grow after the previous stripper established a following on social networks.
Cardi B, who has launched numerous mixtapes, is set to release her debut album this year. She will perform with Mars at the Grammys, airing live on CBS from Madison Square Garden.
” Y’ all wan na know something y’ all rich (people), if I (mess) up tomorrow I can still go to the strip club,” she said.
FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
HallOVeen at Opportunity Town
When: Through Halloween night; Sunday through Thursday 5:30 -9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 5:30 -9:30 p.m.
What: The ongoing occasion offers games and flights with a scary twist, plus trick-or-treat stations and themed mini-golf.
Where: Opportunity Village, 6300 W. Oakey Blvd.
Sin City Halloween Parade, Block Party and Halloween Costume 5K
When: Saturday; 5K begins at 6 p.m.; parade is 8 p.m.-midnight.; block celebration is 9 p.m.-midnight.
What: This event series hosted by the city of Las Vegas intends to terrify up a great time for the community.
Where: 5K starts at 610 Fremont St.; parade is at 600 Fremont St.; block celebration is at the corner of Sixth Street and Abbey Crossing.
Cost: Free, excluding 5K registration fee starting at $38.
When: Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
What: This family occasion commemorates Halloween and Nevada’s birthday in one, with a haunted home, pumpkin painting, games, raffles, an outfit contest and the annual soup cook-off.
Where: Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park, 500 E. Washington Ave.
Expense: $1 for ages 13 and older, free for kids 12 and more youthful.
Halloweentown and Candy Crawl at Downtown Container Park
When: Halloweentown is 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday; Sweet Crawl is 5-7 p.m. on Halloween.
What: Halloweentown is this month’s style for the Downtown Kids Camp. There will games and treats, as well as face painting and pumpkin decorating. The Candy Crawl offers a safe location for families to go trick-or-treating.
Where: Downtown Container Park, 707 Fremont St.
Expense: Halloweentown is $10; Candy Crawl is totally free.
Iconic bits of the “Harry Potter”story wait for inside this neighborhood creation. A Very Harry Potter Halloween When: Halloween, 6-10 p.m. What: A group of Las Vegas residents elaborately embellished a two-car garage, based upon the richly climatic “Harry Potter” series. Walk through, play games, get sweet and be “arranged” into one of your houses of Hogwarts.
Where: Off the 215 Beltway and Eastern Avenue. The exact place will be exposed Halloween early morning through the occasion
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Expense: Free. Treat Street at Downtown Summerlin When: Halloween, 5-7 p.m.
What: Households can dress up and trick-or-treat throughout the common location, where taking part stores will pass out sweet. A pet costume contest will happen at 4:30 p.m. at the Macy’s Promenade (benefitting the Animal Foundation), and there will be a special screening of “It’s the Excellent Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” starting at 5:10 p.m. and duplicating up until 7:10.
Where: Downtown Summerlin, 1980 Festival Plaza Own
Cost: Free, excluding pet costume contest entry charge of $20.
Hot 97.5 Monster Celebration at the Galleria at Sunset shopping mall
When: Halloween, 6-8 p.m.
What: The event will consist of trick-or-treating for families, and contests for costumes and pumpkin carving.
Where: Galleria mall, 1300 W. Sunset Road.
FOR CELEBRATION ANIMALS
Where: The Cromwell, 3595 Las Vegas Blvd.
. Cost: Ladies start at $20, guys start at $30. Participants must be 21 or older.
A Very Vintage Vegas Halloween Party
When: Saturday, 8 p.m.-4 a.m.
What: An event of Las Vegas history, the patrons with the very best outfits will be provided beverage tickets, and there will be a specialty mixed drink on offer.
Where: Atomic Liquors, 917 Fremont St.
Cost: Free. Guests must be 21 or older.
Zombie Cider and Beer Stroll
When: Saturday, 5-8 p.m.
What: Zombies can drink unlimited ciders and brews, dance the night away and compete for best outfit and best zombie walk impersonation.
Where: Downtown Container Park, 707 Fremont St.
Expense: $25 in advance, $30 at eviction. Guests should be 21 or older.
Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball
When: Saturday, 10 p.m.-4 a.m.
Where: Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
. Cost: $106 general,$275 VIP (locals discount rates are readily available if you purchase any Station Gambling establishments property). Guests need to be 21 or older.
Hofbräuhaus’ Spooktacular Halloween Bash
When: Sunday, 6:30 -11 p.m.
What: Commemorate completion of Oktoberfest and Halloween with live entertainment, video games, prizes and a costume contest.
Where: 4510 Paradise Road
Cost: Free. Participants need to be 21 or older.
FOR OUTFIT LOVERS
Just Add Water Street ’80s-Themed Skate Celebration
When: Friday, 6-10 p.m.
What: Take the household back to a time when spandex and big hair ruled the world, while delighting in regional food trucks, musical hits from the ’80s and a costume contest.
Where: Henderson Occasions Plaza, 200 S. Water St.
Cost: Free, excluding skate leasing of $5.
Wish to see this live? Rocky Horror Photo Program Spooktakular 2017
When: Saturday, 8 p.m. and midnight.
What: A Halloween classic acted live by residents.
Where: Tropicana Cinemas, 3330 E. Tropicana Ave.
Expense: $10, buy online.
Halloween at Gilley’s Saloon
When: Saturday, 9 p.m.
What: Dancing, barbecue and a $1,000 costume contest. Very first prize gets $600, 2nd gets $300 and third gets $100.
Where: Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & & Bar-B-Que at Treasure Island, 3300 Las Vegas Blvd.
. Expense: Free. Participants should be 21 or older.
Halloween Ghost Stroll at Green Valley Ranch
When: Halloween, 5-8 p.m.
What: Family trick-or-treating and an outfit contest.
Where: The District at Green Valley Cattle Ranch, 2240 Town Stroll Drive.