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Note: This is a past column from March 13, 2009
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Las Vegas - March 13, 2009

Brent Barrett

Rebecca Spencer

Brent Barrett, who maintains a home in Las Vegas, will be racking up more frequent flier miles over the next couple of weeks. This Sunday, the 15th, the talented Mr. Barrett will be performing at the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio, in a program called An Evening With Brent Barrett. On Saturday, the 21st, he will perform You And the Night And the Music, a concert featuring the 75-piece Las Vegas Philharmonic. This will take place at 8 p.m. in the 1800-seat Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall on the UNLV campus. Leading off with the Philharmonic orchestra playing the overture from Gypsy, Mr. Barrett will then sing Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz's You and the Night and the Music, They Call the Wind Maria, I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face, Headin' For New Orleans and Come Back to Me (from Brent's The Alan Jay Lerner Album), Second Chance, Sometimes A Day Goes By, Life Is, and The Skin of Our Teeth (from Barrett's Kinder & Ebb Album), Cole Porter's You've Got That Thing, Jimmy Webb's The Moon's A Harsh Mistress, Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse's What Kind Of Fool Am I, Love Makes the World Go Round/ Some Enchanted Evening, Barry Manilow's Even Now, along with selections from The Sound of Music, Kiss Me Kate, and, of course a Phantom medley (Brent Barrett starred in Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular at The Venetian). Tickets for You and the Night and the Music range from $25 to $65. Tickets for seniors (62+) and students (18 and under) cost $22.50 to $58.50. They are available online at, by calling (702) 895-2787, or they may be purchased at Ham Hall Box Office on the UNLV campus. Brent will have CDs available for sale after the concert.

And if you happen to be in the Seattle area on Monday, March 23rd, you can see Brent Barrett (Kiss Me Kate, Grand Hotel, Chicago, South Pacific, Annie Get Your Gun) in an evening of elegant cabaret to benefit the Broadway Bound Children's Theatre. In addition to Barrett, a number of other talented stars from the Broadway stage will travel to Seattle to participate in this exciting one night only performance. The roster of entertainers will include Anne Allgood (The Most Happy Fella, Parade, Sound of Music, Urinetown), Jerry Dixon (Five Guys Named Moe, Once On This Island), John Treacy Egan (When Pigs Fly, Jekyll and Hyde, Chess, The Little Mermaid), Philip Fortenberry (Vegas productions of We Will Rock You, Hairspray, Jersey Boys) and Bill Nolte (Cats, Sweeney Todd, Secret Garden, The Producers, Fiddler On the Roof). Rebecca Spencer (Call Me Madam, Phantom of the Opera, Kismet, Gypsy, Jekyll and Hyde, Sweeney Todd) will also perform. Rebecca is a relative Seattle newcomer, and the wife of Jim D'Asaro, the recently appointed Executive Director of the Broadway Bound Children's Theatre. In addition to the musical theater veterans participating in this program, there will be a special performance by Broadway Bound's young artists. Broadway Bound Children's Theatre is enjoying its twelfth season in Seattle. In 2008 the theater served more than 1,000 youth, ages 5 through 18, in the area, through participation in its productions and summer camps. 2008 represented a breakthrough year for the company, including the expansion of its South Seattle Stage program to year-round performing arts education reaching teens in south end Seattle schools - something that would not have been possible without Broadway Bound's visionary leadership and commitment to this neighborhood community; the formation of a partnership with the Seattle Public School District to create a premier performing arts center at Rainier Beach High School; and the creation of a formal strategic alliance with the Seattle Theatre Group. Complimentary beer and wine and a variety of light foods will be available before the show, starting at 5:30 p.m., followed by an elegant evening of song and surprise starting at 7 p.m. In addition, an auction, with one of the items being a chance to perform with one of the Broadway stars, will also be part of the event. Single tickets are $75 and a pair of tickets $125. Go to to learn more.

The above mentioned Rebecca Spencer recently completed a week of guest performances with pianist Philip Fortenberry (also mentioned above) at the Liberace Museum. At night, Fortenberry serves as associate conductor/music director for Jersey Boys at The Palazzo. Three afternoons a week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, through the end of June), he can be found seated at the mirrored Baldwin Grand in the cabaret theater, telling the story of how he got from Hub, Mississippi, to the bright lights of New York and Las Vegas, thanks to his outstanding musical abilities. Show times are at 1 p.m. and ticket price is $17.50. The museum is located at 1775 E. Tropicana at Spencer. Call (702) 798-5595.

And if you happen to be in Las Vegas, and the program above sounds like something you would enjoy, here is an offering a little closer to home (or where you are visiting). Heart & Music, performed by Andrew Ragone, Megan Starr-Levitt, Tina Walsh and Scott Watanabe, all cast members of Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular, will take place at the Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 8601 Del Webb Blvd. in Summerlin, on Sunday. With William Waldrop directing, the concert starts at 3 p.m. A free will donation is requested.

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Some years ago, a local entertainer borrowed something from a Las Vegas media type. Although the owner of the property did not know the borrower, a mutual friend assured her that she could trust the fellow, and the borrower promised to return the item the following day. The owner of the property, very reluctantly, agreed to be agreeable. We are sure you know the outcome. The property was never returned. Phone calls to the borrower (now designated as a liar and a thief), and messages left on his answering machine, were never returned. The item that was never returned was not of great monetary value, but it was important, for sentimental reasons, to the rightful owner. They say all good things come to those who wait. Well the victim waited long enough (probably about 20 years) and can now say, what goes around comes around. Last Tuesday's local KVBC-Channel 3 news, reported about a Las Vegan who got ripped off for $26,000 by a con man identified as one James Wolfe. The Las Vegan, who is out the $26,000, is Shawn Eiferman, a dude who knows how to borrow but not return. To quote from Eiferman's story to reporter Mitch Truswell, "He (Eiferman) admits he may have been naïve." Poor Mr. Eiferman goes on to say, ""I never got a text (message) from him (Wolfe); I never got an email, a return phone call - nothing on any progress." We say, "Awww. What a damn shame." So, Mr. Eiferman, how does it feel to get a taste of your own medicine? How does it feel to be taken advantage of? How does it feel to be ripped off by someone you thought you could trust? Payback is a bitch. Personally, we love it.

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Gerry McCambridge

Men of X

Cork Proctor

Starting tomorrow, Gerry McCambridge, known as The Mentalist, has a new start time for his show at Hooters Casino Hotel. As he is working on some new routines for future TV projects, and needs some more show time to perfect them, the audience is the benefactor of a longer show at a still bargain ticket price. Because Hooters is installing a new lighting and sound system in the showroom, and needs two days to do it, they gave McCambridge the last couple of days off. These are his first three consecutive days off in more than three years (he's not complaining). Gerry returns to the Night Owl stage tomorrow, Saturday March 14th, at 6:30 p.m. (the new earlier show time).

McCambridge's show and chicken wings won't be the only hot thing at Hooters Casino Hotel when the new male revue, Men of X, takes over the late night spot in the Night Owl Showroom. Six sexy men strut their stuff, transforming from desirable doctors and fierce firemen to muscular mile-high captains and sexy soldiers. Men of X will impress the audience with their heart-stopping choreography. The show was created by Angela and Matt Stabile, the husband and wife team that produces X Burlesque at the Flamingo Las Vegas. "The intimate setting of the Night Owl Showroom allows the audience to get up-close and personal and interact with the hot hunks," says producer Angela Stabile. Men of X performs nightly at 9 p.m. Tickets are priced at $39.95 for General Admission and $49.95 for VIP seating (plus tax and service fees), and can be purchased by calling 1-866-LVHOOTS (584-6687) or online at All shows are 21 years of age and over.

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This Thursday, March 19th, it's time for the F.I.O.R.E. (standing for Fun Italians Organizing Ridiculous Events) gang to get together again. According to Nelson Sardelli, who usually knows of what he speaks, this meeting will be an irregular regular meeting. In other words, it will be a regular meeting with some irregularities. Usually limited to just gentlemen, all of whom are presidents, due to many requests, for this special program, ladies and guests will be allowed and welcome. President Cork Proctor will present a preview of his one man show, Classic Tales of Las Vegas. This will cover eras from the '40s to the '90s, told by a man who grew up here. This should be a fun and memorable gathering. Lunch and the program will take place at the Italian American Club, 2333 E. Sahara, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $20 per person. If you have not done so already, please RSVP to [email protected] (note the new e-mail address). Visit the F.I.O.R.E. site at

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Paul Campanelle & Tiffany

Barry Williams

We are hearing positive things regarding the move of Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding from the Rio, where it had been entertaining guests for almost seven years, to its new home at Planet Hollywood. Actor/singer Paul Campanella, who co-stars in the popular show, reports that the new venue at Planet Hollywood is boosting crowd counts as well as their enthusiasm. There have been more changes than just the venue. Some of the dialog has been eliminated to make the interactive dinner show run more smoothly, and something new has been added. Guest personalities have been dropping in on the wedding, creating a whole new level of energy and excitement among both the cast and audience. During their first five weeks at Planet Hollywood, Tony n' Tina has welcomed Joseph R. "Joey G" Gannascoli (Vito Spatafore in The Sopranos, from 1999 to 2006); World Champion Wrestler, Rowdy Roddy Piper, and most recently, Tiffany, the singer known best for her hit recording of I Think We're Alone Now, to the wedding. Each time a new celebrity joins the cast, a special storyline is added for their involvement in the show. For example, Tiffany performed I Think We're Alone Now as part of her portion. Starting tonight (March 13th), Barry Williams, Greg Brady from TV's The Brady Bunch, joins the talented regulars for a two week period. The show, produced Raphael Berko and Jeff Gitlin, and directed by Larry Pellegrini, runs Mondays through Saturdays, starting at 7 p.m. in The Mezzanine level of Planet Hollywood. Robert Earl, owner of PH, along with Food and Beverage Manager Jay Grisafi and his staff, have really stepped up to the plate, serving one of the best buffets in the city, specifically designed for this fun-filled Italian wedding. They also offer table service for cocktails and a glass of champagne that is included in the ticket price. The cost to attend Tony n' Tina's Wedding, dinner included, ranges from $89.99 to $140.25. Call (702) 785-5055 for reservations.

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Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G®), the first and only FAA-approved provider of commercial weightless flights, will host its exclusive ZERO-G Weightless Experience in Las Vegas, on March 21st. The experience offered by ZERO-G is the only commercial opportunity on Earth for individuals to experience true "weightlessness" without going into space. This is the identical weightless flight experience used by NASA to train its astronauts and used by Ron Howard and Tom Hanks to film Apollo-13. Each ZERO-G mission is designed for maximum fun. The aircraft's interior is a zero gravity playroom, complete with padded floors and walls and video cameras to record the unforgettable moments. When experiencing zero gravity, guests can fly the length of an airplane cabin like superman, flip like an Olympic gymnast, pour water in the air and watch the droplets hover before their eyes, release a handful of M&M's and chase them down like a game of human Pac-Man, and enjoy 10-times more hang-time than the world's best basketball player. It's not simulated; ZERO-G replicates the same levels of weightlessness enjoyed on Mars (1/3-gravity), the moon (1/6-gravity), and zero gravity. It's an experience unlike any other! ZERO-G guests will receive pre-flight training to maximize their ZERO-G Experience, private transportation to/from McCarran International Airport, ZERO-G flight suit and patch, personal photography by a world-class photographer, post-flight re-gravitation party, weightless flight award certificate, branded ZERO-G gifts, and the chance to experience the rare and exalted state of weightlessness. Weightless flight is a rare, unique opportunity to experience the total absence of gravity. Buzz Aldrin, Martha Stewart, Joey Fatone, Tony Hawk, Professor Stephen Hawking, Billy Bush, Amy Grant, and cast members of The Apprentice and The Biggest Loser are just a few notable passengers who've flown with ZERO-G and proclaimed it to be one of the most thrilling experiences of their lives. Flights last approximately two hours and deliver 15 separate weightless experiences, each lasting about 30 seconds. This is twice the amount of weightless time achieved in a typical sub-orbital flight into space. The ZERO-G Experience is offered at a price of $4,950 per seat plus tax. For more information, or to see pictures and video of the experience, visit This unique experience moves around the country, with upcoming dates in Washington, DC, tomorrow; in Las Vegas on March 21st (this trip is Sold Out); June 20th at Cape Canaveral. Florida; June 28th in Seattle; July 11th in San Jose, California; and back in Vegas on July 18th and September 19th. Although Cousin Claire would love to be weightless, or maybe we mean she would love to "weigh less," she will be standing firmly on the ground, waving goodbye to the approximately 35 (maximum guest capacity) brave souls who decide to participate in these adventures.

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Letters. We get letters. We get lots and lots of letters. (Thank you, Perry Como.) And some of those letters we can actually print! For example...

From George S. in San Diego, who writes...

I found your site searching for news on Robin Williams. Myself and four golfing buddies had planned on seeing Robin in May while in LV. I went through the same aortic valve surgery a few years ago it's a rough surgery but sure makes a difference in my golf swing now. Hope Robin's outcome will be as successful as mine. I noticed your article on Donald Braswell. We, same golf group, were in LV pertaining to upcoming golf events the weekend Donald's show was at the Hilton. The only reason we went to Donald's show was because we were staying at the Hilton. He is one of the best entertainers I've ever seen. This man is the singing voice of the future. Tired of all the same untalented crap nowadays. Most male entertainers don't sing they scream because they can't carry a tune. We thoroughly enjoyed his show. He has one of the best voices I've heard in many years. He sure knows how to work a crowd the place was packed. Looking forward to seeing him again. Like your web site and thanks for the update on Robin Williams.
You are very welcome, George.
And in response to our last week column reference to Shear Madness, the interactive whodunit that was scheduled to open at Town Square a couple of months ago, comes this information from Terrence R. Williams, the show's executive producer...

The show is still looking towards a Spring opening, there is a specific date, too, but it pays to keep out of the press until all your ducks are in a row (or at least that has been my experience). As for reasons (why the opening has been delayed), everyone wants to take a guess, but the truth of the matter is that all you have to do is turn on a TV or pick up a newspaper to see that the economy is continuing to spiral downward. ANY producer looking to open a show in this economy has to do what they can to position themselves to succeed. Things turned bad in December and continued down in January. So, we decided the best course of action was to step back, regroup, and revise our business plan, marketing plan, and quite frankly, even our lease at Town Square. All of these items take time, but I am happy to report that we are back on track again.
We are happy too, Terrence, and we look forward to seeing Shear Madness when it's up and running. We will have more about the show closer to its opening date.

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The approximately 200-seat chapel at the Trinity International School, housed in the Paradise Church at 2525 Emerson in southeast Las Vegas, was about three-quarters full on Sunday afternoon for The Singing Dresser concert. The Singing Dresser is one Isaias Hiram Urrabazo, whose "day job" (that takes place mostly at night) is working as a dresser for Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular. Mr. Urrabazo, a native Las Vegan and one of eight children, designs costumes and collects costume drawings from film and television, many of which were on display at the Trinity International School on East Emerson where the concert took place. Isaias' true passion is singing. When you see him on stage, as he was on Sunday, that is quite evident. With his longtime friend, Michael Paul Wineski, at the piano, Isaias and some fellow cast mates from Phantom earned a standing ovation for their almost two hour performance. Some of the highlights included Isaias' versions of As If We Never Said Goodbye (from Sunset Boulevard), No One Is Alone (from Into the Woods), Bring Him Home and I Dreamed a Dream (from Les Miserables), Billy Joel's Lullaby (danced to by Courtney Combs), Loving You (from Mame), and Green Days' Wake Me Up When September Comes. Danielle White did a beautiful interpretation of Summertime, while Ian Jon Bourg did an excellent job on If Ever I Would Leave You (from Camelot) and This Is the Moment (from Jekyll and Hyde). Jason Forbach's campy Dressing Them Up from Kiss of the Spider Woman, was an audience favorite. The program, to benefit the Gateway Gallery, ended with a Beatles medley. It was a fun and inspiring afternoon.

Photo of Danielle White by Don Cadette

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The Lion King

Danielle White

Mary Wilson

For those of you who have been anxiously waiting, tickets for Disney's The Lion King go on sale tomorrow. The Tony Award-winning musical opens at the Mandalay Bay Theatre, formerly the home of Mamma Mia!, on May 5th. Beginning at 7 a.m., tickets can be purchased at the hotel's Events Center Box Office (get up early or stay up late). Phone or online sales start at 10 a.m. Prices will range from $53 to $168.50, plus applicable fees. Preview performances run through May 14th. The official opening night is May 15th.

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Belated birthday wishes to the supreme Mary Wilson. Ms. Wilson, who celebrated her 65th on the March 6th, looks and sounds great and works regularly. If you have the chance to see her perform, we recommend that you take the opportunity to do so. You will hear hits from her years with The Supremes, plus more contemporary favorites. Just her version of Artie Butler's Here's To Life, or I Am Changing from Dreamgirls (based on the career history of The Supremes) is worth the price of admission. Some of the places you can see Mary perform, and the dates, include April 25th, An Evening Under the Stars in Palm Springs; May 23rd and 24th at the Northern Quest Resort and Casino in Airway Heights (near Spokane), Washington, where Mary will share the bill with Little Anthony & The Imperials; June 23rd through 28th, tour of England; and July 4th at the Riverfront Park in North Charleston, South Carolina (with Carolina favorites, the Blue Dogs).

And speaking of Little Anthony & The Imperials, on April 4th, after half a century of making music together, the group will be inducted into the R&R Hall of Fame in Cleveland. With hits including Tears On My Pillow, Goin' Out of My Head, Hurt So Bad, I'm On the Outside Looking In, and Take Me Back, this just proves the theory that all good things come to those who wait.

Little Anthony & The Imperials

Louis Prima & Keely Smith

Lance Burton

And speaking of birthdays, Vegas lounge legend, Keely Smith, celebrated her 77th birthday on Monday (March 9th). Is there anyone who has ever visited or read about Las Vegas who doesn't know that beginning in the '50s, Louis Prima and Keely Smith, with Sam Butera, were one of the pioneer and most popular acts in this desert community?

Also, good wishes go out to magic man, Lance Burton, who celebrated his 49th on Tuesday. Burton continues ongoing performances in his own theater at the Monte Carlo. The story goes, that in August of 1994, Burton signed a 13-year contract (the longest contract given to any entertainer in Las Vegas history) with the Monte Carlo Resort in Las Vegas. The 1,274-seat Lance Burton Theater was built to Burton's specifications for his show. Costing $27 million, the theater opened on June 21st, 1996. Those 13 years are almost up, so will the Monte Carlo extend Mr. Burton's contract? Only time will tell.

And to a happy, happy birthday to talented songwriter (Hayes Hotel among other things), Dana Allen, who is on the road with partner, artiste Frederic Kahler (somewhere between here and there). Dana celebrated his milestone big 6-0 on Wednesday the 11th.

Dana Allen & Frederic Kahler

Andrew "Dice" Clay

KT Sullivan

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Why are we not one bit surprised that the over-confident, Mr. Yesterday's News, Andrew "Dice" Clay, was the first one axed from the Donald Trump reality show, Celebrity Apprentice. It appears that the Dice Man, who in his heyday sold out large concert arenas, met his match in Trump very early in the game. What does surprise us, though, is the fact that it looks like Randy Andy is headed back to the Las Vegas Strip. Rumor has it that he will be going into what was formerly the Sugarcane Lounge at The Palazzo. The last time that we remember Clay playing Vegas, was at the Luxor in October/November of 2005. The Blue Man Group had relocated to The Venetian, when Andrew was booked into the 1700+ seat Luxor theater for one month (prior to the short-lived production of Hairspray). Tickets were priced at almost $90 per person. Not too surprisingly, there were more empty seats than full ones (the full ones occupied mostly by men) during that engagement. How will the risqué, chauvinistic, politically incorrect comic fare this time around? The fact that it will only be a 10 day gig (beginning on March 25th), in a smaller space, might help, but $65 a ticket? If you dare, call (702) 414-9000 for information and/or reservations.

We have to admit that we were surprised that American figure skater and Olympic gold medalist, Scott Hamilton, was the second to hear those famous Trump words, "You're fired." And the saga continues.

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A postcard, with a real stamp and everything, from songstress KT Sullivan, informs us of her upcoming engagement, from March 24th through April 11th, in New York's famed Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel. The show, called Dancing In the Dark, featuring the songs of Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz, is directed by former Las Vegas entertainer, Eric Michael Gillett (Donn Arden's Hallelujah Hollywood at the MGM Grand [now Bally's], Bill Moore and George Arnold's Bal du Moulin Rouge at the Hilton, Maynard Sloate's A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum at the Union Plaza). Tedd Firth is musical director for KT, with Steve Doyle accompanying on bass.

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Things are still cooking over at the Mezza Grill & Lounge, 9640 W. Tropicana near Ft. Apache. Filling in for Bill Fayne and Teddy Davey (off doing Las Vegas Tenors business) this coming Monday will be renown keyboardist, Michael Clark, who has played with the best, including Skip Martin, former lead singer with The Dazz Band and Kool & The Gang, now performing at Texas Station on Sundays, and vocalist Ronnie Rose, who seems to be everywhere, including House of Blues at Mandalay Bay, Gordon Biersch on Paradise Road, and the Stirling Club at Turnberry. Jeanne Brei and the Speakeasy Swingers will be back at Mezza on St. Patrick's Day (Tuesday the 17th). Jeanne reports that they had lots of wonderful singers and musicians stop in last Tuesday, including Gary Marshal (Donn Arden's Hallelujah Hollywood at the MGM Grand, now Bally's; the 1967 film, Camelot; Phantom of the Opera, with Michael Crawford in Los Angeles) who sang Route 66, Just in Time, and A Foggy Day. Kimberly Arnold sang All The Way and Crazy, while Cecelia Richardson performed The Rose. Larry Liso, who stopped by to plug the Shades of Sinatra show coming up at the Suncoast in May, sang Jack Lawrence's Beyond The Sea. Saxophone master, Steve Johnson from the Las Vegas Classic Jazz Band, also made an appearance. Brei tells us that things are really cooking at Mezza - both in the kitchen and in the spotlight. The establishment serves great shish kebobs and is offering a free glass of wine with each entrée. Dinner, a glass of wine, and a show. Stop by and check out the place, the food, and all of the activities.

Larry Liso

And speaking of Larry Liso, he performs at Mezza on Thursday nights from 6 to 10 p.m. Expect talented drop in guests during his stage time as well.

And not too far from Mezza, in the southwest part of Las Vegas, La Madonna Mexican Restaurant, featuring Mexican Avante-Garde Cuisine and a bar, will host a Gypsy Tea tomorrow (Saturday, the 14th) from 1 to 4 p.m. For $20 per person, guests will partake of delicious teas from around the world, along with scones and Devonshire cream and lemon, finger sandwiches and sweets. In addition, Faith Ann, and other psychic readers, will go from table to table to share their skills. La Madonna is located at 6115 S. Ft. Apache near W. Patrick Lane. For the psychic tea party, please RSVP to Faith at (702) 354-5686. For additional information about La Madonna, call (702) 586-0925. Last May, Las Vegas Review-Journal restaurant maven, Heidi Knapp Rinella, gave La Madonna an "A" rating (that's a good thing).

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Reminders - It's piano man Wes Winters at the Clark County Flamingo Library at 2:30 p.m., Monday. Presented by the Performing Arts Society of Nevada, Winters will be doing his tribute to Liberace, with special guests magicians Joseph Gabriel and Katalin, and the "Dolly Dancers." Ticket prices are $15, and may be purchased at the library box office an hour before show time. The library is located at 1401 E. Flamingo, near Maryland Parkway. See you there.

Looks like the rumors we heard about comic Bobby Slayton going into the Comedy Stop space at the Tropicana may be true. We just got a release from the Trop instructing us to remove all listings regarding the Comedy Stop, as it will close after Sunday night's show. Slayton recently closed at Hooters, making room for the above mentioned Men of X, who will now share the Night Owl Showroom with Gerry McCambridge, The Mentalist. We will have more on this next Friday.

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