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NCT Opens Season with “” The Value of Being Earnest”” Sept. 28

The Nevada Conservatory Theatre (NCT) opens its 2018-19 season with Oscar Wilde’s The Significance of Being Earnest Sept. 28 – Oct. 7 in the Judy Bayley Theatre. J.R. Sullivan directs.

Jack Worthing is in love with glamorous Gwendolyn Fairfax however he has a trick: his double life as “Ernest Worthing.” His good friend, Algernon Moncrieff, finds his secret and embraces the persona of “Earnest” to charm his friend Jack’s ward Cecily Cardew. What follows is an attack of uproarious mistakes flavored by the wittiest discussion, not to point out tea and muffins. Oscar Wilde’s sparkling comedy teaches all of us the significance of being Earnest. Program Dates/Times
7:30 p.m. Sept. 28 & & 29 and Oct.
5 & 6 2 p.m. Sept. 30 and Oct. 7 Tickets are $25. Discounts are available.

For tickets or extra information, check out the Performing Arts Center websiteor call 702-895-ARTS (2787 ).

Occasion Parking UNLV Performing Arts Center clients are welcome to park in the Home Grove Parking Garage.Parking is totally free after 7 p.m. Monday – Thursday, after 1 p.m. Friday, and all weekend. Check out UNLV Parking and Transport Solutionsfor additional information.

UNLV Chamber Music Society Opens Season with '' A Night in Vienna' ' Sept. 20

Join us for the opening concert of the UNLV Chamber Music Society– A Night in Vienna– at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20. This show commemorates Viennese composers from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Artists performing consist of recently appointed assistant teacher of violin Ambroise Aubrun in his launching concert as a UNLV professor and other members of the UNLV School of Music faculty.Program Selections Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

-” Violin Sonata No. 36 in F major, KV 547 “Arnold Schoenberg-“
Ode to Napoleon, Op. 41 “~ intermission ~ Johannes Brahms

-” Piano Quintet

in F small, Op. 34 “Musicians Wei-Wei Le, Ambroise Aubrun, violin;

Kate Hamilton, viola; Andrew Smith, cello; Tod Fitzpatrick, baritone; Timothy Hoft, Mykola Suk, piano.

Parking UNLV Performing Arts Center patrons are welcome to park in the Cottage Grove Parking Garage.Parking is complimentary after 7 p.m. Monday – Thursday, after 1 p.m. Friday, and all weekend.

Tickets Tickets to An Evening with A Night in Vienna are $25 and can be acquired onlineor by calling at the Carrying out Arts Center box office at 702-895-ARTS (2787 ). Student rush tickets are $5 each and offered one hour prior to each event with valid student I.D. UNLV professors and staff discount rates also are readily available. Package office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Info about all of the season’s efficiencies can be found on the Performing Arts Center website.

About the PAC The UNLV Carrying Out Arts Center is Southern Nevada’s very first home for the arts: it opened in 1976 and commemorates its 43rd season this year. It hosts a variety of efficiencies and events and is home to productions provided by the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, UNLV School of Music, UNLV Dance, Desert Chorale, and the Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society. The UNLV PAC likewise is pleased to host different Clark County School District fine arts festivals and concerts.

UNLV Dance Announces 2018-19'' s “” A Season Together””.

The UNLV department of dance announces its 2018-19 performance season, “A Season Together.” It features 4 unique performances showcasing works created by UNLV dance faculty and BFA trainees, in addition to cooperations with numerous departments within the UNLV College of Art and a biennial global collaboration with Korea National Sport University (KNSU).

Together 7
Oct. 19-20

The season kicks off with “Together 7,” a biennial concert celebrating the longstanding collaboration between 2 fantastic organizations of dance. In 2006, UNLV dance partnered with KNSU department of dance to produce “Together,” a show of shared dance work. Over the previous 12 years, an extra six concerts developed. Come commemorate our seventh cooperation, “Together 7.”

The project permits 20 dance majors from KNSU to take a trip to Las Vegas, partner with UNLV dance and provide a performance of dance operates at the Judy Bayley Theatre. While at UNLV, there is an exciting week of master classes and a chance to see how the phenomenon of dance manifests itself in each nation. When the performance ends, the journey continues. Twenty UNLV dance majors will travel to Seoul, South Korea, and provide the concert once again; continue to experience the dance of Korea; and indulge in the abundant cultural offerings. UNLV dance has a long tradition of international travel that broadens the visual lives of young artists and absolutely shows that artists are citizens of the world, that the world needs art, and that dance is a powerful language that transcends words and borders.

“Together 7” features an exciting collaborative program of modern, jazz, ballet, and conventional Korean dance with choreography by UNLV dance faculty (Cathy Allen, Victoria Dale, Richard Havey, Louis Kavouras, and Dolly Kelepecz-Momot) and faculty from KNSU (James Jeon, Kim Hyun Nam, and Baek Hyun Soon). “Together 7” will include an unique performance by College of Fine Arts Dean Nancy Uscher of UNLV dance composer Beth Mehocic’s Interactions, and lighting by brand-new UNLV dance design specialist Michael Jarett.

Synchronicities
Nov. 15-18

November guarantees an interesting collection of dances from the bachelor of fine arts dance majors. “Synchronicities” presents these works in the Alta Ham Fine Arts Dance Studio One (HFA, Room 111). UNLV has been recognized by Backstage Magazine for its high-caliber choreography program.

Victoria Dale likewise will present an operate in this performance that will travel and represent UNLV at the International Association of Blacks in Dance International Conference in Dayton, Ohio, in January.

Collective Visions
March 1-2

UNLV dance has a deep respect for dance and design. The department of dance is the only dance department in the nation with a dedicated degree program in dance lighting, style, and phase management. “Collective Visions” is a concert where choreographers, visual artists, authors, and design artists work together to produce special dance environments and visual worlds.

Featuring choreography and style by UNLV’s award-winning faculty, Cathy Allen, Victoria Dale, Richard Havey, Michael Jarett, James Jeon, Beth Mehocic, Dolly Kelepecz-Momot, and Louis Kavouras, “Collective Visions” will be presented in the Judy Bayley Theatre.

Unified Motions
April 25-28

The season ends with “Unified Movements,” a collection of works choreographed by the bachelor of arts majors in dance efficiency and choreography. This show will be presented in the Alta Ham Fine Arts Dance Studio One (HFA, Space 111).

Season tickets are now on sale for $60 at the UNLV Carrying out Arts Center box office, located on the northeast end of school connected to the south face of the parking lot. Maps and directionsare readily available online. Private program tickets, available start Monday, Aug. 27, may be bought for $18 over the phone by calling (702) 895-ARTS (2787) or online at the PAC box office website.

Discount rate tickets are available to seniors, military members, all students, UNLV professors and personnel, and UNLV alumni. Marked down season tickets are $32 and individual performance tickets are offered for $10. Extra costs might apply.

Carrying Out Arts Center Reveals 2018-19 Season

The UNLV Carrying Out Arts Center (PAC) is happy to announce the 2018-19 season.

UNLV is various, daring, and diverse, and the UNLV PAC is, too. For more than 40 years, we have presented top quality, world-class artists, and we hope you’ll join us for our 42nd season of interesting artists.

We are happy to partner with Cirque Mechanics in launching their 2018-19 touring show, ’42FT– A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels.’ They’ll operate in our space with lots of students from the College of Art for a week, ending with a public efficiency Sept. 22. The jazzy, poppy sounds of Gabriel Royal, a singer-songwriter and cellist found in New york city City subways, fill Artemus W. Ham Auditorium on Oct. 12. The students of Mariachi Herencia de México see Las Vegas on their first major tour Nov. 16. The Russian National Ballet returns with The Sleeping Beauty on Feb. 4 to help you get in the state of mind for Valentine’s Day. Start March with an early St. Patrick’s Day event– Danú– among today’s leading standard Irish ensembles carries out March 6.

Our guitar players this season are a diverse group representing flamenco, fingerstyle, and classical guitar. Join us Oct. 5 to hear Grisha Goryachev, whose work restores the tradition of the solo flamenco guitar artist. Fingerstyle guitar player Andy McKee, whose work has actually been seen millions of times on YouTube, performs Nov. 9. In 2019, Tengyue (T.Y.) Zhang (2017 Guitar Foundation of America first-prize winner) performs Feb. 8, and the Grammy-winning Jason Vieaux returns to Las Vegas on April 12.

The UNLV Chamber Music Society provides the Hermitage Piano Trio on Oct. 23 and the Takács Quartet on Feb. 26, in addition to three performances by UNLV School of Music faculty members Sept. 20, Jan. 31, and April 9.

With our popular Style Your very own package, purchase all 14 programs with leading seats for $339 (that’s less than $25 per ticket). You also might decide on. You can see the four guitar performances for less than $160 (a 15 percent discount) or the 5 chamber music shows for less than $115 (likewise a 15 percent discount rate). Other discounts are based on the number of shows you buy: the more you purchase the more you conserve!

More info is readily available online.

Nevada Conservatory Theatre Announces 2018-19 Season

The Nevada Conservatory Theatre is proud to reveal its 2018-19 season! This 15th anniversary season shows the pioneer spirit of the creators of NCT at UNLV in 2003. Each story reveals the enthusiasm and courage it takes to stay true to yourself versus the odds. Details on tickets and season specials is readily available online.

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
Directed by J.R. Sullivan
Judy Bayley Theatre
Sept. 28– Oct. 7
Jack Worthing loves glamorous Gwendolyn Fairfax however he has a secret: his double life as “Ernest Worthing.” His buddy, Algernon Moncrieff, finds his secret and adopts the personality of “Earnest” to woo his pal Jack’s ward Cecily Cardew. What follows is an onslaught of uproarious mistakes seasoned by the wittiest discussion, not to mention tea and muffins. Oscar Wilde’s gleaming funny teaches us all the value of being Earnest.

The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Directed by Darren Weller
Black Box Theatre
Oct. 19– 28
Worry. Anxiety. Jealousy. Witchcraft. Arthur Miller’s searing 1953 commentary on McCarthysim concentrates on the village of Salem, Massachusetts, in the 1690s. A series of bad luck, indiscretions, and local ladies dancing “devilishly” in the woods result in the notorious Salem witch trials. This traditional American drama explores exactly what occurs when a community turns versus its own individuals.

Love’s Labour’s Lost by William Shakespeare
Judy Bayley Theatre
Nov. 30– Dec. 9
The young and positive– possibly overly confident– King of Navarre and his 3 loyal school pals make the ultimate oath: for 3 years they will study, quick, and give up sex. Their vow is quickly tested when the stunning and lovely Princess of France and her 3 witty women reach court. What follows? Subterfuge, shenanigans, and sonnets. Shakespeare’s hilariously wise and hot comedy shows the hard work of accomplishing love while maturing.

The African Business Provides “Richard III” by Carlyle Brown
Directed by Melissa Maxwell
Judy Bayley Theatre
Feb. 15– 24
New York. 1821. America’s first black theater business, the African Business, provides classic plays at a theater in downtown Manhattan for both black and white audiences. However they are challenged when they attempt to put on Shakespeare’s Richard III at the exact same time as the powerful and popular Park Theatre. Carlyle Brown’s amusing and touching play, based upon real-life events, attempts to ask the concern: does Shakespeare come from everyone?

Blood Wedding by Federico García Lorca
Directed by Allegra Libonati
Black Box Theatre
March 8– 17
On the early morning of her set up wedding, a young bride is gone to by the previous love of her life. Old enthusiasms of love and hate are revived when the two lovers leave together. Can their fervent ardor overcome the strictures of Catholic Spanish society? Through the lyrically haunting landscape of poet Federico García Lorca’s moon-soaked imagination, we see the penalties and the satisfaction of rebelling against the status quo.

Legally Blonde by Heather Hach
with music and lyrics
by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin
Judy Bayley Theatre
May 3– 12
Based upon the hit motion picture starring Reese Witherspoon, this fabulously enjoyable musical adjustment follows the adventures of West Coast sorority girl, Elle Woods. When her sweetheart discards her to go to Harvard Law, Elle figures out to recover his heart at any expense. How far will she go? Will she need to transform herself or will she hold on to her authentic Elle self? One thing’s for sure: Harvard Law will never ever be the very same.

Monsoon season begins in southern Nevada

July 1 was the first official day of monsoon season.
 July 1 was the very first main day of monsoon season.

July 1 was the very first official day of monsoon season

. LAS VEGAS( FOX5) – It’s monsoon season in southern Nevada and it’s best to be gotten ready for the worst. July 1 was the first main day of monsoon season. This weekend, the Las Vegas Valley has an opportunity to get its very first taste of that monsoon moisture.

Beatriz Martinez with the Regional Flood Control District stated she has invested the in 2015 preparing for another summertime monsoon season. “We completed almost a lots jobs in the last year,” Martinez said. “We construct flood centers all year long, everything from channels to washes to detention basins.”

Those jobs span across southern Nevada, from Henderson to Centennial and all the way to Moapa.

” Throughout the monsoon season is when we advise people that we have flash flooding threat, and we warn them not to drive through flooded streets, and make certain kids aren’t playing in our flood control facilities,” Martinez said.

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Hot Hotel Offering Season: Three Chicago-Area Hotels Offered; Another on the Block

Pictured: The James Hotel, gotten earlier this month by Junius Property Partners in an $83.1 million deal.Hotel homes in downtown Chicago and the suburbs have actually been changing hands and refinancing loans as the industry has actually delighted in a prosperous streak this year, thanks to record tourist numbers and robust business travel. Indianapolis-based private equity company Hotel Capital offered

a suburban residential or commercial property in April and today chose one up in downtown Chicago, a simple 2 months later. In early April, Hotel Capital and ORIX Real Estate Capital offered an Embassy Suites

hotel in Schaumburg to Pearlshire Capital Group for$23.25 million, inning accordance with Prepare County records. The seven-story, 209-room hotel at 1939 N. Meacham Rd., which Hotel Capital bought for$8 million in 2015, swelled Pearlshire’s regional holdings, that include a Hampton Inn & Suites in Downers Grove, and a Holiday Inn Countryside in LaGrange, both Chicago suburbs. Tremont Chicago Hotel.This week, Hotel Capital shelled out$25.5 million for the 135-key Tremont Chicago Hotel at 100 E. Chestnut in the River

North neighborhood, according to Prepare County records. The Tremont, a boutique hotel with a storied history, sits in a prime position in Chicago’s Gold Coast, close to the Stunning Mile, the one-mile stretch of primarily high-end shopping, museums, and restaurants and bars. It’s likewise the home of the initial Mike Ditka’s Dining establishment, a magnet for travelers and even “Da Coach” himself when he’s in town. Hotel Capital picked that residential or commercial property up from Marriott International, the last of a portfolio of Starwood hotels that Marriott was dumping after

its$13.5 billion acquisition of Starwood. Hotel Capital is planning a multimillion-dollar remodelling to the hotel and Ditka’s. Likewise today, Junius Real Estate Partners, a realty financial investment department of J.P. Morgan Property Management, exchanged$83.1 million to acquire the James Chicago hotel at 55 E. Ontario, around the corner from the Magnificent Mile. It was a fire sale by New York City’s Deniham Hospitality, which unloaded the money-losing 297-room home it bought at the start of the economic crisis for $136.6 million, according to Cook County records. That was then a record-high price for a Chicago hotel. The home was $82 million in debt, inning accordance with the Hotel Management website. Deniham began shopping the property in December, soon after another James hotel, this one in New York owned by PGIM Real Estate, was offered to Thor Equities for$66.3 million. The James Chicago sale consists of the website of Primehouse, an effective restaurant developed by celebrity chef David Burke. The steak house closed late last year after 11 years in the hotel when Burke transferred to New York. Elsewhere in River North, Bixby Bridge Capital refinanced the Kinzie Hotel, 20 W. Kinzie, with a$30.5 million loan with Annaly Capital Management. And the Blackstone Group is shopping the 354-key Hotel Chicago, 333 N. Dearborn

, inning accordance with Real Estate Alert, an industry newsletter. For the record: Scott Kaniewski of HREC Financial investment Advisors represented Hotel Capital and ORIX in the venture’s sale of the Embassy Suites in Schaumburg. For more details on the sale, please see CoStar Compensation # 4210047

. Peter Greene of CBRE represented Marriott in its sale of the Tremont Chicago hotel. To learn more on that sale, please see CoStar Compensation # 4301904. To learn more on the sale of the James Hotel, please see CoStar Compensation # 4306222.

Tambor to appear in brand-new '' Detained Advancement' ' season

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Richard Shotwell/Invision/ AP

In this Sept. 16, 2017 file image, Jeffrey Tambor attends the BAFTA Los Angeles TV Tea Party in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Friday, May 4, 2018|12:01 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– Netflix states that Jeffrey Tambor will appear in the next season of “Jailed Advancement.”

Tambor exited Amazon’s “Transparent” earlier this year amidst misconduct accusations made by his previous assistant and a starlet on the show.

Tambor has rejected the harassment claims and stated he was “exceptionally disappointed” in how Amazon handled the matter.

A Netflix spokesperson stated Friday that Tambor will be included in the 5th season of “Arrested Advancement.”

Further information, including the degree of Tambor’s function when the season will debut, were unavailable.

A recut version of season four that puts the story line in sequential order started streaming on Netflix today.

Oscars to bring an unpredictable awards season to a close

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Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Sofia Carson gets to the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

Sunday, March 4, 2018|3:54 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– The (right) envelope, please.

The Oscars will wish to live down their most infamous oversight at the 90th Academy Awards, which begin at 8 p.m. EST and will be broadcast live by ABC from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. But more than redemption is on the line Sunday for in 2015’s embarrassing best-picture flub– the mess called Envelopegate.

The event, to be hosted once again by Jimmy Kimmel, will be the crescendo of among Hollywood’s many tumultuous awards seasons ever– one that saw cascading accusations of unwanted sexual advances fall movie moguls, upended Oscar projects and brand-new movements launched to improve gender equality throughout the market.

No Golden Globes-style style protest is prepared by organizers of Time’s Up, the effort started by several hundred prominent ladies in home entertainment to combat unwanted sexual advances. Their goals exceed red carpets, organizers said in the lead-up to the Oscars.

” It’s still a joyous occasion and we’re here to celebrate and it’s something to commemorate what does it cost? this movement has grown in less than 6 months,” said #MeToo creator Tarana Burke on the red carpet Sunday. “There’s no need for a gown code. We did the dress code thing and now we’re doing the work.”

Yet the #MeToo movement makes certain to have a prominent location in the event. Greta Gerwig (” Girl Bird”) is simply the 5th woman chosen for finest director. Rachel Morrison “Mudbound” is the very first lady nominated for best cinematography. Ashley Judd, the very first prominent actress to go on the record with claims of sexual misbehavior against Harvey Weinstein, is amongst the arranged speakers.

Before he was tossed out of the movie academy after a storm of unwanted sexual advances and sexual abuse accusations, Weinstein was for the last 20 years the grand poobah of the Oscars. By one research study’s findings, Weinstein was thanked more frequently than God in acceptance speeches.

As if his absence Sunday wasn’t already palpable, a golden, life-sized statue of Weinstein seated on a sofa with Oscar in hand was momentarily put up ahead of Sunday’s show simply down Hollywood Boulevard.

After two days of rain, sunlight returned Sunday, insuring clear skies for the red carpet. The parade of unwanted sexual advances claims has actually made the normal superficial red carpet a location of often more major discussion than outfit. Scrutiny was falling Sunday on E! host Ryan Seacrest after his previous stylist, Suzie Hardy, declared unwanted sexual advances against the red-carpet routine. Seacrest has denied it and E! has supported him.

Amongst the early arrival was Yance Ford, director of the best documentary candidate “Strong Island.” Ford is the very first transgender filmmaker ever nominated, something he stated is an extensive honor to him.

” My presence on the red carpet promotes itself,” said Ford.

He hailed a changing culture in the motion picture service.

” What’s occurring is the filmmakers dealing with these stories are really getting into Hollywood,” said Ford. “When that happens that alters the culture.”

Simply as Seth Meyers did at the Globes, Kimmel will have a particularly steep difficulty balancing a night of celebration for a Hollywood still reeling with pity and remorse over “open trick” habits that for years went unpunished in a mainly male-dominated market. In December, the film academy unveiled its first standard procedure.

It’s been an uncommonly prolonged– and frequently unforeseeable– awards season, currently an increasingly protracted horse race begun as the majority of the competitors bowed at film festivals last September. The Academy Awards, which will likewise be readily available for streaming on abc.com, are coming a week later this year since of the Olympics.

While the night’s acting categories are extensively anticipated to go to Frances McDormand (” 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Gary Oldman (” Darkest Hour”), Allison Janney (” I, Tonya”) and Sam Rockwell (” Three Billboards”), the lengthy season hasn’t produced a clear best-picture favorite.

Guillermo del Toro’s beast fable “The Forming of Water” is available in with leading 13 nominations, however many peg Martin McDonagh’s darkly comic vengeance drama “3 Signboards” as the front-runner regardless of the film’s divisiveness amongst critics. And still, lots of aren’t counting out Jordan Peele’s scary experience “Go out” or Christopher Nolan’s The second world war impressive “Dunkirk,” which is expected to dominate the technical categories.

The field is made up mainly of modest independent movie successes except for the box-office phenomenon “Go out” ($ 255 million around the world after opening on Oscar weekend 2017) and “Dunkirk” ($ 255 million).

Many are routing for a “Get Out” upset, which would be historical for multiple factors. Not since “Cavalcade” in 1933 has actually a movie nominated for less than five awards won best photo. However Peele’s movie is available in with the most momentum, having actually taken leading honors Saturday at the Independent Film Spirit Awards. The last four Spirit finest movie winners have actually gone on to win finest image at the Oscars.

Twenty years ago, a “Titanic” sweep won record scores for the Oscar broadcast. However scores have just recently been decreasing. Last year’s show drew 32.9 million audiences for ABC, a four percent drop from the prior year. Much more uneasy was a slide in the essential demographic of adults aged 18-49, whose viewership was down 14 percent from 2016.

Film participation likewise hit a 24-year low in 2017 regardless of the firepower of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Charm and the Beast” and “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2.” A specifically miserable summertime film season was 92 million admissions shy of summer season 2016, according to the National Alliance of Theater Owners.

But this year is currently off to a strong start, thanks mainly to Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther,” which many analysts believe will play a popular function at next year’s Oscars. In 3 weeks, it has actually currently earned about $500 million locally. The film’s star, Chadwick Boseman, will be a presenter Sunday.

This year, the academy has restricted the PwC accountants who deal with the envelopes from utilizing cellular phones or social media throughout the show. Neither of the PwC representatives involved in the mishap in 2015, Brian Cullinan or Martha Ruiz, will return to the show.

Nevertheless, several reports say that Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will be going back to once again present best image, a year after they announced “La La Land” as the winner instead of “Moonlight,” because Cullinan handed them the incorrect envelope. The “Bonnie and Clyde” duo will, 12 months later, get “take 2.”

Get a fit: Vegas’ pool club season is upon us

Vegas winter was late to the party this year. however if the sun is out, the daylife must begin. Numerous Strip pool clubs are arranged to open this weekend, and many others are preparing for grand openings in mid-March. Here’s the rundown …

– Repetition Beach Club (702-770-7300), Drai’s Beachclub on the Cromwell’s roof (702-777-3800), the Flamingo’s Go Pool (702-697-2888), Marquee Dayclub at the Cosmopolitan (702-333-9000), Tao Beach at Venetian (702-388-8388) and the Pool at the Linq (702-835-5713) are arranged to open on Friday, March 2. It’s less club and more hideaway, but the European-style Venus Pool Lounge at Caesars Palace (702-731-7110) is also set to open the season on March 2.

– Daytime at Mandalay Bay (702-632-4700) and Rehab at the Hard Rock Hotel (702-693-5505) are following weekend, on March 8 and 10, respectively.

– The year-old Aquatic Club at Palazzo (702-767-3724) is prepared for season 2 on March 16. Foxtail Swimming Pool at SLS (702-761-7621) is technically currently open but preparing a big bash for that exact same weekend, March 16-18.

– Getting off the Strip, Vision at M Resort (702-797-1000) will make its season debut on March 24 while the Pond at Green Valley Ranch Resort (702-617-7744) will not release