June 20, 2007 Share Del.icio.us | Podcast | KimosVegas.com | Hawaiian Airlines Discount
WELCOME to Kimo’s Vegas ... The Player’s Edge!
AARON SPELLING, the man who gave us The Mod Squad, The Rookies, Charlie’s Angels and more died last year, leaving wife Candy “The Manor,” their 46,500-square-foot, 123-room, $47 million abode, and an estate worth around $600 million. While staying at the Bellagio, Mrs. Spelling hit the $100 slots (always wondered who played those machines) and won a $100,000 jackpot. She was reportedly up as much as $325,000 and ended up going home with more than $200,000 ... that’s just about enough to pay her electricity bill for a month.
EMME Tomimbang said that Vegas has changed a lot since she was there seven years ago ... they blow up the hotels faster than they replace the bedding. See wassup with Hawaii pro golfer Dean Wilson and Jean-Marie Josselin, the local chef with a restaurant in Caesars Palace. Get a preview of the SOS with Lani Misalucha and Jasmine Trias, and find out what local legend is next in line for a star on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars on Emme in the New Las Vegas, premiering June 28 at 9 p.m. on Channel 2.
TO BETTER understand why we do what we do, Alka-Seltzer sponsored a “Guys Will Be Guys” survey and learned that guys like to “Go Vegas” and we like to go with each other. Apparently us boys spend an estimated $10 billion a year on “man-cations” (men-only vacations). So the plop, plop, fizz, fizz folks have come with “Living Large in Las Vegas” where you can win first class airfare, all-day limo service, The Real World Suite at the Palms and $2,000 in cash to do some serious male bonding. Get the hookup at www.KimosVegas.com.
THERE’S A NEW male calf at The Mirage Dolphin Habitat. Although it’ll be awhile before the trainers go swimming with it, momma and baby can be seen at the Mirage Research and Birthing pool at the Dolphin Habitat.
ON JULY 3, the Mirage will also host the ItsOnlyRocknRoll.com Beatles auction. Up for sale original memorabilia from the 1964 to 1969 era, including authenticated group and individual autographs, handwritten material, concert posters, awards, clothing and more. A previously unknown concert poster advertising The Beatles appearing at Busch Stadium in St. Louis from ‘66 is expected to bring in more than $50,000!
ALSO SELLING (at a different auction) is a gold-plated Walther PPK semi-automatic pistol that Elvis gave to Jack Lord after Elvis’ concert here in 1973. The weapon is expected to sell for $20,000. For the story on how they met and images of the gun, visit www.KimosVegas.com.
DID YOU know that the average age for a graduate with a bachelor’s degree at UNLV is 27! They’re not holding students back at the four-year university ... seems that many college students quit school for the lure of easy money only to have a quarter-life crisis and go back to school at age 25.
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