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Las Vegas post office announces upcoming passport fair

United States passports (Google / FOX5).
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FOX5).” border=” 0 “src=” http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/17138624_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180706163058 “width=” 180″/ > United States passports( Google/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)- A south Las Vegas post office announced its strategies to host a passport fair for future travelers.

The main United States Postal Service office located at 1001 East Sundown Road, near Las Vegas Boulevard, will accept walk-in consumers for the fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 29.

No consultations are needed, although space is restricted.

The following products are necessary to successfully process the passport application:

DS-11 Passport Application completed completely in black ink. Forms will be made available on site or at www.travel.state.govQualified United States birth certificate or Certificate of NaturalizationDrivers License copies of the front and back for each applicationCheck or money order constructed out to Dept. of State in the amounts of $110 for applicants 16 years old and over or $80 for applicants under 16 years oldProcessing charge of $35 per application and $15 per picture

Inning accordance with a release, children under 16 years of ages need to have both parents present and children ages 16 and 17 need to have at least one parent present.

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Elton John states upcoming tour will be his last


Steve Marcus Elton John carries out during the iHeartRadio Music Celebration at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Friday, Sept. 20, 2013.

Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018|7:17 p.m.

New York City– Elton John is retiring from the roadway after his upcoming three-year international trip, capping nearly 50 years on stages worldwide. He calls it a “way to go out with a bang.”

“I’ve had a great run, I believe you ‘d admit that,” John said Wednesday, adding that he wanted to “leave people thinking, ‘I saw the last trip and it was great.'”

The 70-year-old vocalist, pianist and author stated he wanted to hang out with his family. His kids will be 10 and 8 when the trip ends in 2021, and John stated he hoped he may be able to take them to soccer practice. “My concerns now are my children and my hubby and my family,” he stated. “This is completion.”

John made the statement at an event in New York where he sat at a piano and carried out “Tiny Dancer” and “I’m Still Standing.” He used his signature glasses and a colorful fit coat that checked out “Gucci Enjoys Elton.”

His last tour– called “Farewell Yellow Brick Roadway”– begins on Sept. 8 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It will include 300 programs in North America, Europe, Asia and South America. Tickets go on sale starting Feb. 2.

Interest in the announcement was so high his website crashed. He composed on Instagram that “EltonJohn.com will be totally back online as quickly as possible.”

John said he chose his retirement strategies in 2015 in France: “I cannot physically do the traveling and I do not want to,” he said.

He said he might do a residency after the trip covers, but eliminated the idea of using a hologram of himself. He called it “scary” and “a bit freaky,” and said he informed his kids to “assure me that there will not be a hologram of me.”

“Who knows? They might go broke and put me back on the (curse) phase,” he included.

John has actually suffered a number of medical setbacks of late, consisting of a bacterial infection last year that he contracted during a South American tour and an E. coli bacterial infection in 2009. He’s also suffered an appendicitis and has been fitted with a pacemaker. But on Wednesday he stated he’s “in terrific health.”

In an interview after the announcement, John informed The Associated Press, “10 years back, I wished to pass away onstage.”

“I just never ever believed fathership could bring me a lot delight, and I came to fatherhood late in the day, but it’s been among the wonders of my life,” stated John, who stated he plans to take his kids on the road for some of the programs.

He said 2 kids keep him and other half David Furnish hectic: “We thought of (more kids) but we said, ‘No.’ We have enough on our plate with these 2. If we were 10, 15 years more youthful, we most likely would have, definitely. I would love to have a little lady.”

At the Grammy Awards, to be presented in New York on Sunday, John is to perform together with Miley Cyrus and will collect the President’s Benefit Award. His Vegas residency ends in May after six years. His hits include “Your Tune” and “Candle in the Wind.” He has won 5 Grammys, an Oscar, a Golden World for “The Lion King” and a Tony Award for “Aida.” He is the recipient of a Kennedy Center Honor and has actually offered 300 million records.

“I had a period in my life when I was selling records, I couldn’t stop being No. 1, and I slowly evened out. If you ready live, it’s about having the ability to play live. The great artists that are out now– McCartney, Springsteen, Sting, Bob Dylan, they have actually all been terrific live entertainers, The Who– that’s the longevity,” he stated. “There aren’t many of us left and I don’t think when we go there will be anyone else to replace us.”

John introduced his very first trip in 1970 and has actually performed over 4,000 times in more than 80 countries. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.

He said the upcoming trip could consist of unique visitors onstage: “Maybe. Yeah, obviously. … That keeps the momentum of the trip going. … That will take place.”

From 1970-76, John launched 10 initial studio albums and seven successive chart toppers. He stayed a hit maker over the following four years, from “The Lion King” soundtrack tune “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” to a revision of his Marilyn Monroe ode “Candle light in the Wind,” launched in 1997 after the death of John’s pal Princess Diana and one of the best-selling singles of perpetuity.

“I love music. It’s not a chore. It’s enjoyment. Music kept me alive when I was doing drugs and I was still working. It’s a constant in my life every sense I have actually been a young kid. The factor I’m here is due to the fact that of music. And now the reason has actually altered– it’s because of my children,” he stated.

Burning Man to punish drone usage for upcoming occasion


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Drones fly at the Autel booth throughout the International CES Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, in Las Vegas.

Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015|10:56 a.m.

RENO– Burning Man organizers will certainly not enable enthusiast drones at this year’s festival and will restrict the use of other drones.

The Reno Gazette-Journal reports that the occasion will certainly provide permits for drones utilized for media coverage, event operations, art documents or art efficiency, however no other purposes.

The annual arts and complimentary expression festival will be held Aug. 30 to Sept. 7 in the Black Rock Desert.

As numerous as 200 drones zoomed overhead at last year’s event, and Burning Guy spokesman Jim Graham states individuals were breaking the rules. The celebration had limited flying over burns, huge crowds and close to artwork.

Only 30 approved drones will be enabled this year. The application process opened Monday and closes August 14.

Who will make us laugh throughout upcoming presidential campaign


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In a Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013, file image, Stephen Colbert delivers the keynote address during the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a charity gala organized by the Archdiocese of New york city, at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York.

Monday, July 6, 2015|9:23 p.m.

NEW YORK– A presidential project is starting without late-night tv hosts who helped us laugh through past ones, both a cultural loss and an opportunity for new voices.

David Letterman is gone, taking his unparalleled ability to have severe discussions with public figures and not cut corners on humor. Jay Leno’s rat-a-tat speed of one-liners is history. Jon Stewart exits next month, in addition to a research team that allowed him to bust politicians and journalists for hypocrisy.

Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Larry Wilmore and Kate McKinnon are the most likely comic stars to emerge for Decision 2016.

“As much as it’s sad to see Jon leave and have Letterman and Leno gone, it’s not such as the new class being available in will certainly be doing plate spinners,” said Rory Albanese, executive producer of “The Nightly Show” with Wilmore on Funny Central.

A current indication of the new landscape came when Jimmy Fallon welcomed Jeb Bush on NBC’s “Tonight” show to slow-jam the news, the comic insinuating titillating jokes about the presidential household name. Fallon appeared overeager during the occurring interview, the conversation seldom straying beyond bio points like how the Republican satisfied his Mexico-born wife.

Similarly, President Barack Obama was asked to take part in a signature comic regimen on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” this spring, checking out mean tweets posted about him online. Kimmel utilized his interview to ask Obama about the day-to-day life of a president, consisting of whether he drove, likelied to the dental expert or sneaked into the White Home kitchen area for a late-night treat.

Fallon and Kimmel host the 2 most popular programs on late-night TV now. While their broadly comic shows don’t ignore public affairs, that’s not in either host’s wheelhouse.

“I don’t think there’s a specific convenience factor there,” stated Expense Carter, author of books on late-night television including “The Late Shift.” “However in fairness to Fallon, there had not been for Letterman when he got going, either.”

That leaves a course for Letterman’s replacement. Colbert, who will certainly contend in the very same time slot with Fallon and Kimmel starting in September, hasn’t talked much about the new program other than stating he won’t be playing a character like he did on Comedy Central. His adeptness at topical material appeared on “The Colbert Report,” and his interest obvious in how he could not resist the comic fodder of Donald Trump’s project statement last month. Colbert released a video on the “Late Program” website that nailed the surreal randomness of Trump’s speech.

“A lot of this is about whether the host is passionate about it, if they truly wish to do it,” Albanese stated. “Due to the fact that if it’s not coming from their digestive tract … it can feel sort of empty.”

Meyers has emphasized politics on “Late Night” considering that Vice President Joe Biden showed up for the launching. Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders and Carly Fiorina have actually stood for interviews. Meyers is attempting to do more comic pieces reacting to the day’s news, said Mike Shoemaker, “Late Night” executive producer.

Meyers appreciated Letterman’s capability to make an interview feel unscripted. His appearance with Cruz showed the host’s capability to stand toe-to-toe with a political visitor for a substantive conversation with some laugh lines. When the Texas Republican discussed his Senate filibuster on Obama’s healthcare law, Meyers shot back, “How ‘d it go?” and made a quick glare from Cruz. He asked Cruz his response to Sen. John McCain calling him a “wacko bird” and about his opposition to gay marriage.

Research is the crucial to making certain these interviews go well, Meyers stated.

“You need to know their positions,” he stated. “The one thing I have actually found when you’re speaking to a political guest, be they Republican or Democrat, if you do not cut them off, they’ll talk the whole time.”

Meyers will certainly replay a political interview in his mind and brood over something he wished he ‘d said more than he ever would for a film star. He desires audiences to come away suching as, or a minimum of knowing more about, his political visitors. In one sense, the looks are auditions, given that he desires political leaders to see his NBC program as a desirable destination.

“If you do truly great stuff with politicians, eventually other politicians will discover,” he said. “At the end of the day, they simulate interest, so it’s not like it’s the hardest sell on earth. I imply, they go on C-SPAN.”

Stewart’s take on a day’s events will certainly be missed more than his interviews. “Exactly what you got from both of these guys was a very certain and unique viewpoint you might rely upon,” Albanese said. “You would say, ‘I can’t wait to hear exactly what Jon Stewart is going to say about this, or what Letterman is likelying to state.'”

Stewart’s replacement, Trevor Noah, is anticipated to keep the DNA of “The Daily Program.” However as a South African not soaked in American politics, the perspective is sure to be different.

Tina Fey, with her dead-on Sarah Palin impersonation, was the comic star of the 2008 presidential project. “Saturday Night Live” has another winner with McKinnon, whose representation of a cravenly ambitious Hillary Clinton holds terrific promise for the next year.

Wilmore has actually enhanced his topical content following the January debut of “The Nightly Program.” His ongoing “unblackening” section showcases an unburdened president as his term relax. Wilmore is encouraging prospects to join him for interviews over soul food, as he finished with Rhode Island’s Lincoln Chafee.

“We were very conscious of refraining from doing ‘The Daily Show’ after ‘The Daily Program,'” said Albanese, who worked with Stewart prior to joining Wilmore. “However with Jon leaving and the political landscape heating up, for us it makes far more sensible sense for us to be covering this things. The thing we’ll give it is that Larry’s point of view is different. He’s looking at the world through a different prism.”