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Paris Hilton’s CD release party was like a carnival
PARIS HILTON’S CD release block party went off in the alley between the Imperial Palace and Flamingo. The day began with a proclamation “Paris Hilton Day” and the ultimate text message, five planes skywriting “Congrats on your CD Paris.” Then an evening filled with a carnival of acts included go-go dancers, sword swallowers, light-bulb eaters, a lady who rolls around in glass, a man who can jump rope with three girls on his back, human jugglers, a man who balances stoves on his chin, hand balancers, contortionists, little people, live bands, spring jumpers, stilt walkers, monkeys, goats and more. The party moved indoors to PURE nightclub at Caesar’s Palace, and on into the wee hours at the opening of Beacher’s Rockhouse Bar at the Imperial Palace.
STOMP, the international percussion sensation where musicians/dancers use common items like garbage cans to make music, is having open auditions all this month in Vegas. The production is getting ready for a new show opening March at Planet Hollywood. For more details, visit us online at www.KimosVegas.com,.
EVERY COUPLE of years Harrah’s does a national research study called “Profile of the American Gambler.” Some highlights from this year’s study: More than 25 percent of Americans age 21 and older (52.8 million) gambled at a casino at least once in 2005. The most popular casino game is ... slots and video poker (71 percent), and the most popular denomination are quarter and 50-cent games (38 percent) then nickel and 10-cent games (19 percent).
COUNTING CROWS, Sarah McLachlan and Phil Collins have all signed on to play at the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation (AACF). Isle regular David Foster has also signed on for his 11th year as musical director. Each year’s special guest is a surprise. Last year Barbra Streisand made a rare appearance at the benefit for Nevada’s at-risk youth. The MGM Grand Arena is definitely the place to be if you’re in Vegas Oct. 3.
IT’S AN “Imagine Weekend” Sept. 8 and 9 at the Hard Rock. Yoko Ono brings an exhibit of John Lennon’s drawings, hand-signed pieces and limited-edition prints, along with a performance by the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The 17-piece band will re-create the entire Beatles album note for note.
ONE LUCKY Club Palms member will win a $100,000 Mercedes SLK on Sept. 30.
LAS VEGAS Harley Davidson hosts the third annual Ride for Nellis Airmen with a parade of 2007 Harleys. The tribute to deployed airmen culminates in a concert on base by the Fabulous Thunderbirds.
SPOTTED Downtown: Hawaiian105 KINE’s Harry B. Soria and his lovely wife Holly, kumu hula Vicky Takamine Holt and PR Diva Mona K. Wood.
GET MORE Kimo’s Vegas at www.KimosVegas.com, in both issues of “MidWeek,” in Oceanic Time Warner’s “Around Hawaii,” on OC16 Monday at 9 p.m., on The New ESPN 1420 Thursday night at 7, and with Billy V. Friday morning at 7:20 on Hawaiian105 KINE.
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