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Las Vegas - November 30, 2012

Showstoppers Finale by Erwin Flacks

Rosanna Telford

We launched our Thanksgiving "vacation" by attending Bill Fayne and Andrew Wright's RagTag Entertainment's Showstoppers at the LVH (when can we stop saying, "formerly the Las Vegas Hilton"?) on Friday, November 16th. It was almost as if Elvis had never left the building on Paradise Road. We don't think there has been as much business in the hotel's theater, since The King performed there when it was the International (that is, unless you count the magic shows, Triumph and Steve Wyrick, that did two of the world‘s most impressive disappearing acts). Even the balcony, at the LVH, was almost full. With a cast of about 100, including a live 15-piece orchestra conducted by Mr. Fayne, and production show singers and dancers, it would be difficult to name everybody

Photographer Erwin Flacks, who was one of the Showstoppers audience members, introduced us to the very pretty and gracious (and she smells good, too), Rosanna Telford. The lovely lady was born in Virginia, to a U.S. Marine, and a Paraguayan Beauty Contest winner. When she was 8, the family moved to Costa Rica, where she had been living ever since. Although Rosanna has not been in Las Vegas for very long, Flacks tells us that he has never seen anyone work so hard to make her way here. She follows the classified ads, and will work as a waitress, hostess, etc. She is an accomplished chef and baker, and owned a restaurant in Costa Rica. A fine vocalist, who sings in English, Spanish and Portuguese, Rosanna also had a successful career, acting on television and in movies, and doing voiceovers in Costa Rica. Now she is trying her luck in Las Vegas. Rosanna will perform at Garfield's Restaurant, located at 2620 Regatta Drive in Desert Shores, tomorrow, Saturday, December 1st, from 6 to 9 p.m. (call 925-8333 for reservations), and has already landed herself a number of corporate gigs. She can frequently be heard at The Tap House on Monday nights, and recently performed, ala Carmen Miranda, for Ed Mathews Talk of The Town show at Sam's Town. Flacks says, "I'm certain you'll have many an opportunity to see and hear this charming, sweet and delightful young woman perform."

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Saturday night, a group of us went to see Gordie Brown at the Golden Nugget. As always, Gordie held the audience in the palm of his hand, with his witty impressions of many famed celebrities, both past and current. No one works harder to please a crowd than Gordie.

Gordie Brown

Carl "Safe Sax" Ferris

There is also some impressive talent right outside the Golden Nugget, under the Fremont Street Experience canopy. Friends who were staying at the Nugget raved about musician, Carl "Safe Sax" Ferris. Ferris who performs nightly, from 7 to 10 p.m. Carl gathers quite a crowd, as he alternates between three different saxophones - Alto, Soprano and Tenor - while accompanied by prerecorded tracks. Check out the performances inside and outside of the Golden Nugget.

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The 4th Annual Cadillac of Las Vegas Toys for Tots Celebrity Benefit will take place in the theater at the LVH (formerly the Las Vegas Hilton) tomorrow, Saturday, December 1st, beginning with a 7 p.m. Red Carpet event. The talent-filled variety show, organized by LJ Harness, will benefit the United States Marine Corps' efforts to collect toys for underprivileged children in the Las Vegas community, and will be hosted by Zowie Bowie's Chris Phillips, backed by the David Perrico Orchestra, and include appearances by Louie Anderson, Gordie Brown, Nicolas Cage, Trent Carlini, Carrot Top, Cheap Trick, Rob Garrett, Mark Giovi, Sandy Kastel, Skye Dee Miles, Frankie Moreno, Steve Rossi, Murray SawChuck, Paul Shortino, Pia Zadora and The Clark County Children's' Choir, among others. Tickets are $19, and available at the LVH Box Office, or by phone at (800) 222.5361. You can get a free ticket by donating a new, unwrapped toy of similar or greater value at Cadillac of Las Vegas on West Sahara, or at the theater the night of the show. Any checks should be made out to Toys for Tots.

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Wes Winters & Winter Friend

On Sunday, December 2nd at 2 p.m. (doors open at 1:30), the Performing Arts Society will present The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, in the theater at the Winchester Cultural Center, 3130 McLeod (east of Eastern, and north of Desert Inn). The program will feature the multi-talented, virtuoso pianist/singer, Wes Winters, in the spotlight. Joining Wes will be special guests, Tommy Ward and Christine Sidell, from the prestigious Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, Visual & Performing Arts); Sidney Australia's musical theater trouper, James Allen; along with three dynamic ingénues of the Las Vegas stage and vocalists extraordinaire - Laurie Caceres, Nellie Norris and Gabriella Versace. The sound of Christmas past, present and future will fill the air with, not only beloved classics such as "White Christmas" and "Silver Bells," but also overlooked seasonal treasures such as "Baby It's Cold Outside" (first made popular by Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordon!), and fun cavorts like "I'm Getting Nuttin For Christmas." With beautiful songs, spectacular vocal harmonies, and some of Las Vegas' most entertaining performers, this tap-your-foot holiday extravaganza is sure to warm your heart and get you into the holiday spirit . Don't miss PASNV'S "The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year" holiday program. The Performing Arts Society of Nevada is a non-profit dedicated to affordably bringing the Performing Arts to the public and creating a venue for artists to explore new work and hone their craft. The society has been conducting programs and educational trips for more than 20 years. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door with unreserved seating. For more information on how to purchase tickets, please call PASNV at (702) 658-6741, or email [email protected]

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PK Music and The Smith Center for the Performing Arts present The Composers Showcase of Las Vegas, Wednesday, December 5th at 10:30 p.m. (after theater). Doors open at 9:30. The popular showcase takes place in the Cabaret Jazz club, in the Boman Pavilion at The Smith Center, downtown at 361 Symphony Park Avenue. December's production features the songs of local composers and songwriters: Michael Brennan, Vita Corimbi, Joel Ferguson, Susan Haller, Rylan Leo Helmuth, Clint Holmes, Marisa Johnson, Rob Marnell, Jason Martinez, Jeff Neiman, Joey Pero, Rebecca Ramsey, Keith Thompson, Mark Wherry and more. The performers: Tony Arias, Kris Coleman, Chris Fore, Scott Gibson-Uebele, Kristen Hertzenberg, Christine Hudman, Greg Kata, Jeff Leibow, Sarah Lowe, Aaron MacKenzie, Renata Micatrotto, Lauren Tartaglia, Annette Houlihan Verdolino and Lloyd Ziel. The players: Jay R. Beatbox, Angela Chan, Gary Cordell, Steve Flora, Philip Fortenberry, Frank Gardner, Alex Jackson, Coco Jenkins, Shane Jenson, Caitlin Kramer, Kevin Lyon, Dave Philippus, Jeff Ray, Eddie Rich, Ridge Salguero, Laurence Sobel, Michael Spadoni, Eric Tewalt, and The Firenze Strings - Tianna Heppner-Harjo, Jennifer Massey, Rebecca Ramsey, Lindsey Springer, Hanna Suk, Geri Thompson, Moonlight Tran and more! Sound by Mary McFadden, and Lights by Jeremy W. Hodges. Tickets are $20 and available at the box office in front of the theater. Assigned seating. Reservations are strongly suggested. Call (702) 749-2000, or Online at Cash Bar. Late Night Menu available.

Tony Arias & Lloyd Ziel

Clint Holmes

And speaking of Clint Holmes and The Smith Center, it's Holmes for the Holidays, in the Cabaret Jazz, December 7th, 8th and 9th. Tickets start at $35.

Also, regular Composers Showcase participant, the very funny, very talented, Vita Corimbi, sends this news...Her piano teacher and mentor, as well as that of cellist Moonlight Tran, Muriel Albert Adler, wife of famed caricaturist Wolf Adler, died on Sunday, November 18th.

Muriel, 81, born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, was a Las Vegas resident for nearly 50 years. A renowned concert pianist and teacher, she performed throughout Canada and the United States. An acknowledged prodigy, Muriel gave her first public concert at the age of three and her first solo Carnegie Hall concert at 17. Settling in Las Vegas with her husband, she helped to bring classical music to the valley in the early 1960s. Muriel's vast knowledge of musical history and love of education established her as one of the finest classical piano teachers. Her students have gone on to distinguished careers locally and internationally. With a joyous laugh and kind heart, she is remembered as a strong and bright light by all who knew her. Muriel was predeceased by her husband, Wolf, who died on January 12th of this year. She is survived by her son, David of Henderson. Services were held in her honor on Sunday, November 25th at the King David Memorial Chapel in Las Vegas. Donations may be made in Memory of Muriel Adler to the Las Vegas Music Teachers Association, 3468 Hawksbeard Court, Las Vegas, NV 89135.

And speaking of Kristen Hertzenberg, the former Christine of Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular will be the featured guest soloist in a Christmas concert at the Community Lutheran Church, 3720 E. Tropicana, just west of Sandhill, next weekend. The church offers the Las Vegas community a gift of The Living Christmas Tree, a celebration of Christmas in Song, as 100 voices sing songs of the season in a 35-foot tall tree, dancers and world class musicians present this over-the-top celebration of the birth of Jesus. Performances will be on Friday, December 7th and Saturday, December 8th at 7 p.m., and Sunday, the 9th at 2 p.m. Admission is FREE (there will be a free will offering taken at each performance). Phone (702) 258-2241. Check the site at

Keith Thompson & Vita Corimbi

Kristen Hertzenberg

Jack Wishna

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Las Vegas "dealmaker," Jack Wishna, 54, was found dead at his home on Tuesday, November 26th. His death was reported as a suicide. Wishna had ties to many familiar names over the years, including Wayne Newton, Michael Jackson and Donald Trump. Jack Wishna is survived by his wife, Donna. At our deadline, no funeral services had been announced.

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

It's Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in the showroom at The Orleans, this weekend. You still have time to catch the contemporary swing revival band from Southern California, whose notable singles include "Go Daddy-O," "You & Me & the Bottle Makes 3 Tonight (Baby)", and "Mr. Pinstripe Suit" tomorrow night, December 1st. Showtime for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's Wild and Swingin' Holiday Party, is at 8 p.m. Tickets are from $22 to $44. Call (702) 365-7075 for reservations.

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Strokeland Records is proud to announce their newest release, Doc Goes Vegas, an amazing collaboration of members of Tower of Power and Las Vegas' own Lon Bronson Band. The CD features 'hip' originals, as well as brand new recordings of some of Tower's biggest classic hits. A CD Release party was held yesterday, November 29th, in the Chrome Showroom at Santa Fe Station. The funky Doctor himself, "Doc Kupka," along with contributing members of the legendary Tower Of Power - Rocco Prestia, David Garibaldi and company, as well as the entire iconic Lon Bronson Band, performed selections from this new CD, live and in concert!

Lon Bronson Band CD

Mark Adams

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A memorial jam at Joey's Tavern, in honor of the late musician, Mark Stockton Adams, took place on November 17th. Among the friends of the popular drummer who showed up to play music in Mark's honor, were members of Sidro's Armada - Sidro Garcia on lead guitar, Mary Ball on vocals and keyboards, Ward Wallace on bass, Sal Garcia on vocals and Renaldo Reno Bellamy on percussion; Rick Friedman of the Lon Bronson Band on vocals; Ronnie Lee Cunningham (with Bad Company, Earth Wind and Fire, Al Jarreau, Bob Seger, Santana, Stevie Wonder) on keyboards; Michael Vaughan (Checkmates Ltd.) on guitar and vocals; Steve Golden on saxophone; Jonas Vece on vocals (lead singer with ‘70s band, The McCoys); and chick singers, Joni Illi, Renee Hale, Joni James and Linda Angeline. There was an amazing array of talent there who came to pay loving tribute to a dear friend and fellow musician. Mark Adams will be terribly missed.

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If you happen to be spending any of the holidays around Memphis, we urge you to stop by the new Theo's Bistro, on Poplar at Kirby, Friday and Saturday nights during December. Former Las Vegas entertainers, Hudson & Saleeby, will be having fun playing music there on Fridays and Saturdays. Chef Dan is cooking up a storm! The bartenders and servers are all great fun, they have a good selection of booze, and also five TVs, so you won't miss your game. If the dueling pianists, Chris Hudson and Doug Saleeby, can't be there one night, they always bring in some well known local performers, so you can always count on Theo's Bistro to be a great place to drop in with friends, or meet some new ones. Hudson and Saleeby is hoping to be at Theo's, beginning at 8:30 p.m., nearly every Friday and Saturday in December. Come by and make a song request! Hudson and Saleeby, the self-contained keyboard/vocal duo based in Memphis TN, has been entertaining audiences throughout the country for over twenty years. They specialize in outstanding vocals with a spontaneous and entertaining presentation. They are the classy upscale version of a dueling piano act. Hudson & Saleeby's music is perfect for cocktail mixers such as opening night receptions, dinner banquets, and dancing for conventions and special events. They are as comfortable with a crowd of 5,000 as they are with an intimate gathering of 100. Their outstanding vocal quality and superb keyboard skills combine to make a musical event that will capture any audience. Chris and Doug studied music from the age of four and started their musical act in 1974 in Charlotte, NC, while attending UNC. They moved to Las Vegas, NV, in 1975 where they performed extensively. In 1982, they relocated their home base to Memphis, TN, and now travel the entire country performing for many varied events. Hudson & Saleeby's focus is performing for conventions and other special events all across the USA. You will find Chris and Doug professionals in every way, as well as flexible, reliable, and easy to work with. Their relationship with the buyer and the audience is always friendly and personable. Chris and Doug enjoy performing, and that stimulates the audience to have a great time, too. They are as talented at being humorous as they are at singing and playing. For a truly enjoyable, festive, and quality event with great music, come see Hudson & Saleeby!

Hudson & Saleeby

John Fredericks & Jordan (2007)

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Former Channel 3 weatherman, John Fredericks, passed away on November 23rd. John, 57, was part of the morning news team from 1995 through 2008. His main job was weather forecasting, eventually becoming the station's Chief Meteorologist. He also brought fun to the morning show with his "Joke of the Day" and "Fredericks' Facts." But John was known for other things, perhaps first and foremost among them, his love of animals. John's dog, Jordan, was a presence on the show for many years. When Jordan died in 2007, LJ (Little Jordan) became John's sidekick. Fredericks was well known throughout the pet community for his compassion and championship of animal causes. When John left the station four years ago, he published a book about his life with Jordan, and he continued to be active with animal causes. John, who had been in declining health for several months, died at the Nathan Adelson Hospice. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, December 8th, at Canyon Ridge Christian Church, 6200 W. Lone Mountain Road. Seating will start at 9:30. The public is invited to attend.

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On Sunday, December 9th, New York's newest Night Spot, 54 Below, is pleased to present award-winning recording artist and songwriter, David Pomeranz, currently represented on Broadway with the musical, Scandalous, in a very special solo performance. Hailed by Billboard Magazine as " of our finer voices," his solo recordings and songs have sold more than 40 million copies worldwide. and his chart-topping compositions, recorded and performed by Barry Manilow ("Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again" and "The Old Songs"), Freddie Mercury, Bette Midler, Clay Aiken ("It's In Every One Of Us"), Phoebe Snow, Kenny Rogers, Richie Sambora (of Bon Jovi), Andrea Marcovicci, Kathie Lee Gifford and Missy Elliott. An Emmy nominee, his songs have appeared on Will And Grace, Boston Legal and American Idol; and in feature films, including King Kong and Big. A recording of David's stage musical, Little Tramp, based on the life of Charlie Chaplin, was released by Warner Bros. Records, and featured Richard Harris, Mel Brooks, Lea Salonga, Petula Clark, Treat Williams and Tim Curry. But the plain truth is, no one sings a David Pomeranz song like David himself. Join the audience at 54 Below, 254 W 54th Street in Manhattan, for an unforgettable evening of warmth, wit and soul with this native New Yorker. Show time is at 7 p.m. For tickets to Pomeranz's special performance, call (866) 468-7619. Cover charge is $20-$30, plus a food and beverage minimum of $25.

David Pomeranz has made a handful of low-key appearances in Las Vegas - at the Stirling Club at Turnberry Towers, the Steve Wyrick Theatre (now the David Saxe Theatre) in the Miracle Mile Shops at the Planet Hollywood Hotel, and at The Orleans, where he performed with famed Filipino singer, Imelda Papin, and American Idol's Michael Orland at the piano, New Year‘s Eve 2007. We would love to see him in the Cabaret Jazz club at The Smith Center. Anybody listening?

David Pomeranz

Bob Anderson

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Even though we are in the desert, it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas around here...thanks to events such as the Mannheim Steamroller holiday show by Chip Davis at The Palazzo Theater (former home of Jersey Boys), through December 20th. Since 1974, Mannheim Steamroller has sold millions of albums, more than 28 million in the United States alone. For Christmas in Las Vegas, the show features a 20-piece band comprised of a number of local musicians, including Dave Loeb - Music Director and keyboards; Jeff Davis - basses, guitar, mandolin, dulcimer; Otto Ehling - Assistant Music Director and keyboards; Pat Bowen - percussion; Crystal Yuan - solo violin; and Brian Czach - drums, percussion. Christmas classics, along with flying angels, winter snow and more holiday magic, are part of the production. Shows are at 7 p.m. nightly. Tickets range from $70.40 to $136.40. For reservations, call (702) 414-9000.

Outside The Palazzo, as in years past, The Venetian offers Winter in Venice, complete with a Strip skating rink, beautiful holiday lights and a majestic 65-foot Christmas tree. Each night, there will be a parade of masquerade characters and musicians led by Queen Aldabella, and the Lights of Venice show. Unless you want to ice skate, the party is free.

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Not including singing impressionist, Bob Anderson, in a list of Smith Center performers listed in the November 16th column, was not intentional. We left out a number of other entertainers who were appearing at the downtown Las Vegas Performing Arts facility between the 16th and end of the month. We just ran out of time, space and steam (which is one of the reasons we took last Friday off). We have been a fan and supporter of Mr. Anderson's since we first saw him at the Top of the Dunes in the late ‘70s. We were even there the night that Rich Little saw the Vegas newcomer for the first time. Veteran performer, Little, led a well-deserved standing ovation for Bob on that evening. Our apologies to those entertainers who felt neglected.

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Regular Claire Voyant readers know that mentioning a member, or two, of the Sardelli family in a column is almost mandatory. The three generations of the family live active lifestyles, so we don't feel guilty writing about them. In addition to his busy philanthropic and social activities, Nelson Sardelli, with the help of a number of other hardworking Presidents (all the male members of the organization are Presidents), keeps the monthly F.I.O.R.E. (Fun Italians Organizing Ridiculous Events) non-club club luncheons going and interesting. Older daughter, Giovanna Sardelli, lives in New York, where she is a much respected theatrical director, and Pietra Sardelli lives in Las Vegas, where she has been active in Golden Rainbow, Three Square Food Bank, and is currently Event Specialist at Springs Preserve. Then there is granddaughter, Indrani "Indy" Sardelli, making quite a name for herself in the equestrian world. Although Nelson has a problem saying that his granddaughter spends much of her life "horsing around," we don't, especially since she does it so well. Mr. Sardelli is very proud of his family, and rightfully so.

Indrani "Indy" Sardelli

Kenny Kerr

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Although we were unable to attend, we hear from friends who were there, that Paul Hansell gave a great performance at Hattie's House on November 18th. It was almost a one-man show for the former dresser at The Producers and Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular (both now gone from Las Vegas), but Ben Hale and Isaias Hiram Urrabazo, who were also associated with Phantom, did a couple of numbers. The fellows were accompanied by Angela Chan at the piano. We anticipate more shows from Mr. Hansell, especially since he has more free time to spend on his love of music and theater...and baking! The yummy treats served at Hattie's House after the show, were created by the performer.

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Kenny Kerr returns to the Onyx Theatre for an evening of music and comedy, tomorrow night, Saturday, December 1st at 10. For those who are Vegas newcomers, Kerr was the star of the long running Boy-lesque revue. Tickets for Kenny's show are $20. The theater is located at 953 E. Sahara, inside The Rack at Commercial Center. For reservations, call (702) 732-7225.

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Shania Twain by Erik Kabik

Shania Twain sure knows how to make a grand entrance...and she did it on horseback! On November 14th, the newest Las Vegas headliner stopped traffic on the famed Strip to promote the beginning of her two year residency at the Caesars Palace Colosseum. Shania's Still the One, opens tomorrow, Saturday, December 1st. Shows are at 7:30 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Tickets for the 47-year-old beauty's show range in price from $55 to $250, plus fees. For reservations, call (800) 745-3000). Welcome to Las Vegas, Shania.

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Latest update from James D'Asaro. The Director of Production for nine years at the New York City Opera, and former Executive Director for the Broadway Bound Children's Theatre in Seattle, will be the Director of Production at the brand new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. The facility, scheduled to open in May, recently held its topping off ceremony, as the last piece of roof steel went into place. Jim is married to the talented singer/actress, Rebecca Spencer, who played Madame Giry in Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular. She continues the role in Phantom of the Opera's World Tour, playing in Seoul South Korea through mid-March.

Jim D'Asaro Tops Off Annenberg Center

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Lisa Gioia-Acres reports that the November 19th meeting of the Las Vegas Media Group was a big day. The speaker, Linda Smith from Opportunity Village, had the power to bring some new members to the luncheon, as well as some who hadn't attended for a long while. Her talk was so poignant; she shared her experience about being the mother of a challenged son, her friendship with many members of the Las Vegas community, and how Opportunity Village is such a benefit to the city for more than five decades. Linda invited the group to have their lunch at Opportunity Village sometime in the near future. In addition, she passed out two tickets to the beautiful Magical Forest for each member in attendance. Rollie Gibbs also spoke of his work on behalf of the Helldorado Parade, and Helen Mortenson talked about her work as a site steward for the Ice Age Foundation at Tule Springs. Don and Gretchen Payne, the hard-working money-takers at every Las Vegas Media Group lunch meeting, shared that there is a little extra money in the coffers. Don asked the permission of the group to donate some of the money to two worthy local organizations, Opportunity Village and the Salvation Army. The entire room raised their hands in a "YES!" At the December meeting, Don will inform the group of the amount donated. Also, thanks to the generosity of the group, who chipped in money, the LVMG are now the owners of a wonderful sound system that will do justice to the amazing individuals who come and share their Las Vegas stories with the attendees each month. Happy birthday messages went out to Kid Cary, Sara Denton, Marty Harrell, Mike Pinjuv, Claytee White, and new member, Chris Klineburger, who all celebrate in November. The next LVMG meeting will be held on Monday, December 17th. Oh, yes. We might mention that you do not have to be a member of the Las Vegas media to attend the monthly luncheons. Anyone who cares about preserving Nevada, particularly Las Vegas history, as well as those willing to share their own stories, is welcome. There is no membership fee, but you do have to buy your own lunch! There are no rules, other than to be courteous and not talk during a speaker's presentation, and always RSVP if you plan to attend the luncheons. Linda says, "If you join us, I promise you will be in the presence of Las Vegas movers and shakers past and present; you would be surprised by who you might sit next to. You will leave with stories about our town from those that witnessed history unfolding and you will be amazed." To ensure a seat and a plate of delicious food made by our hosts at The Wedding Room, you must RSVP no later than Friday, December 14th. Lunch costs $17, and is well-worth every penny! You can email [email protected], or call Lisa Gioia-Acres at (702) 245-9206.

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