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WELCOME to Kimo’s Vegas… The Players Edge!
Seemed like every one of the 4,300 invited guests to the preview of Bette Midler’s new show arrived in their own stretch - ‘cause had choke limo’s parked in the Caesars Palace driveway, all the way down to the Las Vegas Strip. The $20 million production (not including the local girl’s pay check) is called “The Showgirl Must Go On.” And it’s filled with the Divine Miss M’s music and humor, like her ribbing the Cirque Du Soleil by saying, “Oh my God, I’m exhausted ... that’s what happens when you do your own singing.”
Kimo’s Vegas show tip: It’s cheaper to rent a car instead of taking a taxi to and from the strip. If you use the self-park garage, you’ll avoid the long valet and taxi lines when the show is over (especially if you bring young children).
Punk princess Pink and motocross-racing, TV star & Hart & Huntington (tattoo shop in the Palms) owner Corey Hart are pau as husband and wife. See what happens when she pops the question… just kidding, ladies.
At the Las Vegas Hilton, hitting a flush or better with $5 on the Fortune Bonus gets you a free invite into the $100,000 Paigow Poker Tournament June 26. Or you can pay $499 for a three-night stay and one entry.
The Amazing Johnathan Show moves to the Harmon Theater in the Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile starting March 1. So far over a half million people have paid to see the winner of the International Magic Award’s Best Comedy Magician. Check out his website before taking gram-ma, grampa or the keiki ... get the link at www.KimosVegas.com.
Earth, Wind & Fire play poolside at the Red Rock to celebrate the release of Tom Breitling’s book Double or Nothing: How Two Friends Risked It All to Buy One of Las Vegas’ Legendary Casinos. (All proceeds of the March 28 event go to the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation). He and his partner Tim Poster were the reality TV stars who sold their internet travel company then bought the Golden Nugget and in the process made $200 million. There’s nothing usual about anything this guy has done including a movie-like trailer about the book… see it at www.KimosVegas.com.
The face of February is Alexis Levi-Scott, the first African-American female to be general manager, chief executive officer and owner of a men’s professional basketball team, the Las Vegas Stars. The 2008 Pepsi “The Firsts of Many” calendar is a tribute to a new generation of African-American heroes.
Actor, director and comedian Billy Crystal headlines the MGM’s Grand Garden Arena, May 3. So far he’s won six Emmy Awards, six American Comedy Awards, seven Cable Ace Awards and the 2007 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Wayne’s back and fans can see the original Mr. Vegas, Wayne Newton, March 15 at the Aquarius Casino Resort in Laughlin.
Spotted winning at the Cal, Gerald Moura of Honolulu ($4,000), Susan Ramos of Waipahu ($5,000), Yvonne McDermott of Kailua ($9,465) and Chanel 2’s Manolo Morales ($10)... eh, Manolo, save some money for us to win!
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