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Claire Voyant  

Note: This is a past column from February 21, 2014
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Las Vegas - February 21, 2014

Nelson Sardelli & Daughter Pietra Sardelli

Jim "The Vegas Vampire" Parker

Last Thursday night's F.I.O.R.E. (Fun Italians Organizing Ridiculous Events) Valentine's party was a big success. More than 100 people turned out for the buffet, live music, prizes, and vocals and instrumentals by some talented performers. With Gary Anderson heading the musical trio, Dr. George Ritter, Nik Mastrangelo, Bob Anderson, Linda November and Nelson Sardelli, who is the person most responsible for keeping F.I.O.R.E. up and running, all contributed to the evening's entertainment. The compatible bunch of men and women dined, visited and danced the evening away. These monthly events at the Italian American Club have become the "in place" to be on one Thursday a month.

And speaking of Mr. Sardelli, who is mentioned in this column every once in a while, he shared an old newspaper article and photo with us. Since it gives a hint of some of Nelson's show business history, we are printing it. This was written by Ralph Pearl, and printed in the June 22nd, 1965, issue of the Las Vegas Sun in his "Vegas Daze and Nites" column (we are not changing anything that Mr. Pearl wrote)...
Remember the name Nelson Sardelli because you'll be hearing many nice things about this Italian lad who is now appearing with Judy Garland at the Thunderbird. Nelson, a most comical gent, came into this town about a month ago after being signed by Sonny Heath for a girlie gig in the lounge. And there he was slowly reaching a prominence in obscurity. I knew the lad was working there, but just didn't have the courage to sit through a girlie show in order to catch him at his witty best. However, when Judy Garland came into the Thunderbird a comic was needed to open the show. And that's where this lad, who has the brashness of a bank robber and the charm of a gent trying to sell the Brooklyn Bridge, really got the show business break of his young life. Sardelli, coming on that opening night before a huge throng of Garland devotees, had to hurdle their obvious annoyance. After all, they were there to catch Garland, not listen to a gent from Brazil with an Italian accent and pearly white teeth. But as quick as it takes to blink an eye, Sardelli won them over with his happy chatter and subtle peon-like humility. The women will go crazy about this flashing-eyed handsome lad with the different approach to humor. The men? What difference does it really make? They generally follow the femmes. As I was saying, remember this Nelson Sardelli well. He'll go a long way in this tricky, heart-breaking business. He's come a long way and it hasn't been easy. Let's hope he wears the mantle of success well. The talent, charm and looks are all there. And he may not be kidding too much when, during his act, he takes out a contract and waves it at the audience and says cockily: "I've just signed a long term contract with Paramount Pictures." Many in the room clap, so he concludes, "Now all I gotta do is get Paramount to sign it."

Nelson Sardelli & Judy Garland, circa 1960s

Helen Reddy

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On Sunday, we were at The Orleans to see and hear the "strong and invincible" Helen Reddy entertain the crowd. Now in her 70s, the iconic singer and feminist is STILL Woman, albeit a little older, and, after a 20 year sabbatical, appears more than Reddy to return to the stage. Accompanied by her Musical Director Lenny Coltun on guitar, Jon Pintoff on bass, Tom Walsh on drums, Robin Swenson on keys, Dave Stambaugh on alto/flute, Miguel Rodriguez on tenor/flute, and Gary Cordell on trumpet/ flugelhorn, Helen performed a collection of expected and unexpected songs. Among the selections sung by the award-winning recording artist were "The Stars Fell On California," Leon Russell‘s "Bluebird," "Best Friend" (from the film Airport 1975, in which Helen played Sister Ruth), "Birthday Song (I Love the Way You Love Me)" written by Don McLean, "Long Time Looking," "Angie Baby," "Nice To Be Around (from Cinderella Liberty) by Paul Williams, "Looks Like Love," the Roberto Carlos penned "Loneliness," "Delta Dawn," "Ain't No Way To Treat a Lady," "You and Me Against the World," and "Mama" by Harriet Schock. Ms. Reddy saved her "I Am Woman" anthem for an encore. She is either an excellent actress, or Helen really did enjoy her time on stage, even doing a little light choreography and joking with the audience. When we asked her backstage why she had given up the business, she told us she had gotten bored, and just didn't want to sing "Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)" anymore. That was one song she did not sing on Sunday night at The Orleans. Both her Saturday and Sunday shows were virtual sellouts. We have a feeling Helen will be back on stage in Las Vegas before too long, and she will be most welcome.

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Michael Brennan

Niki Scalera

That time of month is on approach again (no, not THAT time). PK Music and The Smith Center for the Performing Arts present The Composers Showcase in the Cabaret Jazz club in The Boman Pavilion at the Smith Center, Wednesday, March 5th. Show starts at 10:30 p.m. (after theater), with doors opening at 9:30. Tickets are $20, and can be purchased at the Smith Center Box Office, or by calling (702) 749-2000, or go to online. Walk-ups are welcome, IF there are still seats available (the room has been sold out weeks before the show for the past few months). A Cash Bar and Late Night Menu is available (IF you can get in). The Composers being featured for March are: Michael Brennan, Alfred Johnson, Marisa Johnson, Mundo Juillerat, Adam Knaff, Christopher Lash, Richard Oberacker, Sami Saula, Fred Schreuders, Keith Thompson (who also serves as host), Geoffrey Tozer, Mark Wherry and more! The Performers include: Megan Arnoldy, Noybel Gorgoy, Kristen Hertzenberg, Michelle Johnson, and Niki Scalera. The Players are: Gary Cordell, Brian Czach, Chris Davis, Gabriel S. Falcon, Steve Flora, Kim Glennie, Jennifer Grim, Lionel Hamel, Dave Inamine, Phil Kismartoni, John Miceli, Daniel Nunez, Rebecca Ramsey, Eric Scribner, Joey Singer, Andy Smith, Kevin Stout, Hanna Suk, Rob Taylor, Eric Tewalt, Geri Thompson, Adrianna Thurber, Moonlight Tran, Marlow Valentin and possibly others. For all intents and purposes, the Composers Showcase for March is sold out. On the remote chance there is a last minute cancellation or no show, check with the Smith Center Box Office at (702) 749-2000. For the few people who don't know, The Smith Center is located at 361 Symphony Park Avenue in downtown Las Vegas.

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That was Lee Roy Reams singing "42nd Street" and "Lullaby Of Broadway" on the Olympics during the ice skating number performed by Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte from Italy. Lee Roy, who portrayed Roger DeBris in the Las Vegas production on Mel Brooks' The Producers, tells us that the music was a Carnegie Hall live recording with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra accompanying the vocals. Our actor/singer friend was quite surprised, as he had no idea he was going to be a part of the 2014 Winter Olympics. He loved it! Personally, we would give Lee Roy Reams the Gold!

Lee Roy Reams in 42nd Street (1980)

Rob Garrett

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While Neil Diamond has never done his show in Costa Rica, tribute artist, Rob Garrett, known as "The King of Diamonds," will do just that on March 8th, performing at the Hard Rock Café in San Jose. Rob will be spending three weeks in the tropical Central American country with songstress Rosanna Telford, who is taking a brief break from her weekly singing gig at the Italian American Club. We will have more about these two over the weeks, as they have some interesting things coming up on their schedules.

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Hypnosis Unleashed starring Kevin Lepine, will host a night to raise funds for The Shade Tree, a local shelter supporting victims of domestic violence. The performance will take place inside the Night Owl Showroom at Hooters Casino Hotel on Thursday, February 27 at 8 p.m. In honor of the non-profit's 25th Anniversary, 25% of ticket proceeds and merchandise sales from that evening will be donated to the organization. "Giving back to my community is important to me," said Kevin Lepine, star of Hypnosis Unleashed. "The Shade Tree is such a wonderful organization that offers women and their families the opportunity to be safe and learn the skills they need to feel confident at making a fresh start." General admission tickets for Hypnosis Unleashed starring Kevin Lepine are priced at $48.30 and VIP tickets are $59.30. Guests can purchase tickets at Hooters Casino Hotel Box Office, online at, or by calling (702) 739-9000. Guests must be 21 or over to attend Hypnosis Unleashed.

Hypnotist Kevin Lepine

Mikalah Gordon (Cavaricci)

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American Idol's Mikalah Gordon, who grew up in Las Vegas, recently made her standup comedy debut with a performance at the Formosa Cafe in West Hollywood, California. Now using the name Mikalah Cavaricci, the multi-talented young lady was the Funny Valentine at the popular establishment on February 14th, the day for sweethearts and other folks.

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Here's the latest news from actor/musician, Paul X. Campanella. After 7 1/2 years, and more than 1000 appearances as Nunzio in Tony 'N Tina's Wedding, currently at Bally's Windows Showroom, Paul has left the company to pursue other opportunities in film and music. This year, he will be seen in three films, the first of which finds him co-starring with one of the hottest personalities in show business today, the very funny Kevin Hart, in Think Like a Man Too, which will debut in theaters in June. Paul will also be seen working with Michael Madsen and C. Thomas Howell in Dirty Dealing. This past December, he finished filming his part in an Indie Production titled Pop Star Puppy, a sure to please kid's movie expected to be released later in the year around the holidays. On leaving Tony 'N Tina's, Paul says, "I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with some of the most talented cast in Las Vegas. I look forward to the show continuing on forever, bringing joy and laughter to Las Vegas audiences from around the world." Musically, Paul returns to his Motown and Blues roots with another appearance at Mandalay Bay's House of Blues on Monday, February 24th, from 8 to 11p.m. Admission is free.

Paul Campanella

Gloria Hill, Lori Hart & Kaya

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There are smiling faces in the home of Don and Gloria Hill these days. Don, who played saxophone with the world famous Treniers for more than half a century, and his bride, Gloria, have been grieving the loss of their beloved Chihuahua, Rita, who crossed over the Rainbow Bridge in July. When it was suggested that the Hills consider getting another dog to join their little family, the idea was unthinkable. They couldn't suffer the loss of another pet. And what if something happened to either or both of them, who would take care of the new doggy? It took a photo in the newspaper, of an animal who needed a home and looked like Rita's identical twin, to change the mind of the two animal-loving seniors. The Hills were at the Animal Adoption Fair bright and early last weekend, and, although there were a number of families that wanted the same dog, after a home inspection, it was Don and Gloria who wound up with Kaya. When pet foster parent, Lori Hart, brought Kaya to the Hill home, it was instant love...on everyone's part. Lori will be on call to care for Kaya if the Hills need her. It's an ideal situation for all concerned, and the parties involved are very happy. We love these kind of stories.

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Cyndi Lauper

On Sunday, May 25th, at the Grand Garden Arena, Cher, one of the most famous artists of all time, will perform her Dressed to Kill Tour with special guest, Cyndi Lauper. Cher's previous tour, The Farewell Tour, later dubbed The Never Can Say Goodbye Tour, was one of the most successful tours ever by a solo artist. It played for a record-breaking 325 dates and was seen by more than 5.5 million people. Tickets are $192 (plus $16.70 Handling Fee), $150 (plus $13.45 Handling Fee), $76.50 (plus $11.15 Handling Fee), and $55.50 (plus $9.10 Handling Fee). We will have more details on Cher and Cyndi's appearance in coming weeks.

Coming up a bit sooner is Michael Cavanaugh, this weekend - tonight and tomorrow night; Georgia On My Mind: Celebrating Ray Charles, on February 28th; and Lainie Kazan, February 28th and March 1st, all at The Smith Center. For more information and/or reservations, call (702) 749-2000, or go to As we have mentioned many times before, the Performing Arts Center is located at 361 Symphony Park Avenue in downtown Las Vegas.

Michael Cavanaugh

Lainie Kazan

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Tomorrow, Saturday, February 22nd from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., The Dispensary Lounge, at 2451 E. Tropicana, will feature vocalist Windy Karigianes backed by Uli Geissendoerfer on keys, Fred Watstein on bass, and Adam Shendal on drums. In addition to the great music, the popular and cozy off-Strip hangout serves up some fine food and drink. Go hungry. On Saturday, March 1st, Windy will be singing at The Barrymore, inside the Royal Resort at 99 Convention Center Drive, from 7 to 10 p.m.

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Journalists, or so-called journalists, are supposed to check their facts before they put information (or MISinformation) out there for public consumption, especially when it comes to the spelling of people's names. One of our local media-types doesn't bother to do that as often as he should, even though access to the Internet makes it fairly easy to do so. We aren't going to mention the name of the too often sloppy writer (even though we know how to spell his name), but we will say, in addition to frequent misspells, this guy doesn't let the facts get in the way of his reporting. A recent ooops got the last name of longtime Las Vegas entertainer Gary Marshal incorrect. Unlike Penny Marshall's brother, TV and movie producer/director (Happy Days, The Odd Couple, Pretty Woman), Garry Marshall, who spells his first name with two "R"s and last name with two "L"s, our local personality spells his first name with one "R" and is last name with only one "L." In the case of the London-born Mr. Marshal, the correct spelling of his name could have been found any number of places with the help of a computer, (which we assume this reporter has access to), including Gary's credit on Internet Movie Database as Sir Lionel in the 1967 film, Camelot, starring Richard Harris as King Arthur, Vanessa Redgrave as Guinevere (spelled Guenevere in the Tony Award-winning Lerner and Loewe musical and the movie versions), and Franco Nero as Lancelot. Mr. Marshal (that's with one "L" please) was mentioned in print in conjunction with his early 1960s connection to The Beatles.

Gary Marshal

Nik Mastrangelo

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Reader Tom Hammant sent us the following message: "In addition to your excellent write-up on the late Sid Caesar, I might add that he was also an excellent musical comedy stage actor. His portrayal of multiple characters in the original Broadway cast (1962) of "Little Me" was outstanding. The late 1990s Broadway revival of the show could not compare in any way with Sid Caesar and the original cast. A very multi-talented man indeed." Thank you for reading, and for writing, Mr. Hammant.

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We don't normally give Household Hints in this column, but we learned something that could make life a little easier for a lot of readers, so we are going to share the information. The subject here is "childproof caps." You know - the kind that come on over-the-counter aspirin or vitamin pill bottles. If you don't have children, or someone possibly dealing with dementia, in your home, those push-down-and-twist, or pinch the sides while turning bottle caps can be a real pain in the you-know-what, especially for a senior or someone dealing with arthritis. Here is the relatively simple solution. All you need to remedy the push down (hard) and twist bottle cap is a plain old thumbtack and a hammer. The goal is to hammer the tack into the bottle cap. This is best done with the cap off the bottle, but if you can't get it off... The hardest part of this is getting the tack to hold still while you start the hammering process (you might need someone, like a big strong man or a grandchild, to help you with that). Tap the tack all the way down so it is flat with the top of the cap. Voila! The top will unscrew (forever) as if it were an old-fashioned, non-childproof version (which it now is). We aren't scientific in nature, so we have no idea why this works, but it does! Try it and see! You're welcome.

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Onyx Theatre Hosts Song Poems Contest‏. Be a part of this brand new version of Song-Poems Wanted! The Musical. This score incorporates actual Song-Poems with lyrics written by everyday, ordinary people; along with exclusive material written by composer Art Kaufman and lyricists Helen Bates and Larry Carpenter. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to submit your own original writing for the chance to be professionally recorded and showcased in this upcoming musical. Do you write poems? Ever thought about your poem being in a musical? Or even better; a quirky musical about song poems? This is your chance to submit your own writing! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Share your thoughts, heart or story, all to be heard at the Onyx Theatre in Sin City.

Imagine what your written words will bring
You'll receive a free professional recording
Showcasing your writing skills
Coming to life in April, or what a thrill!
Imagine the feeling of hearing your words live on stage
As well as creating the next theatrical rage!
Put your pen to paper and let it flow
For this is definitely a one of a kind show
We're excited to receive all of the submissions
For one select person you'll be a unique addition
We look forward to the run of this show, Song-Poems Wanted! The Musical.
***Deadline for song-poem submissions is Friday, March 28th
Show times: April 11-12, 17-19, 24-26 at 8 p.m., and April 20 and 27 at 2 p.m.
Onyx Theatre, 953 E. Sahara Ave Ste 16

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Singing attorney, Nik Mastrangelo, tells up, "We had another great evening of music last Sunday, the 16th, at the Tuscany's La Piazza, as we celebrated the wonderful music of Jimmy Van Heusen." The enthusiastic crowd was treated with not only the finest rhythm section in town, comprised of Joey Singer on keys, Bob Sachs on bass and Mike Mechem on drums, but with a special musical guest as well. Fresh from his Swingin' Saxes gig at the Winchester Community Center, the fabulous Tom Hall sat in for a set with his swinging alto sounds. A highlight of the evening for Nik was their rendition of the Van Heusen jazz classic, "Polka Dots and Moonbeams." Join Nik at Nite and the band this Sunday from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. as they celebrate the music of the one and only Cole Porter. You never know what surprises may be in store. The Tuscany Hotel is located at 255 E Flamingo in Las Vegas.

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They are calling it Night In the City, and it is taking place on Saturday, March 1st Upstairs at Vitello's, 4349 Tujunga Ave. in Studio City, California. A smart musical cocktail that celebrates the coming together of East and West. Tales of Hollywood meets the Naked City. LA jazz singer and Songwriter Mark Winkler will mix some choice new originals with Laura Nyro and the great American Songbook, then New York vocalist Mary Foster Conklin will add songs of beat poet, Fran Landesman, along with tunes by Matt Dennis and Joni Mitchell--- and you can bet there will be a duet or two to top off the set. Mary is loathe to leave her downtown Manhattan digs for the glare of Hollywood, so her rare appearance in the West with Mark makes this a special occasion for all. Backed by Rich Eames on piano, Lyman Medieros on bass and Peter Buck on drums, and Ann Patterson on saxophone/flute. Critics say, "When a pair of beyond-definition singers get together for a vocal jam session, expect an unusually enlightening evening of song. Both Winkler and Conklin move with deceptively casual ease from cabaret to standards to jazz. Toss in Winkler's always well-crafted originals and Conklin's convincing storytelling qualities, and a single set may well be too short." - Don Heckman, International Review of Music. "If anyone tells you that there is a hipper gig than the pairing of Jazz vocalists Mark Winkler and Mary Foster Conklin, don't you believe it." - Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz. "Their shows fit together with tongue-in-groove exactitude" - Terry Teachout, Arts Journal/About Last Night. If you are in the neighborhood, and planning to see Night In the City, please order your tickets in one of two ways - by calling (818) 769-0905 between 3 and 6 p.m., or by going to, and putting in Mark's name under "Search." Reservations are highly recommended. You can show up without a reservation, but Vitello's is going to staff the waiters based on how many reservations they have, and Winkler "doesn't want it to get ugly while he's singing Laura Nyro." The music starts at 8 p.m. (one show only), with doors opening at 7.

Mark Winkler & Mary Foster Conklin

Spencer Baker

And speaking of Mr. Winkler and Vitello's Jazz and Supper Club, we got this P.S. about singer/songwriter/pianist, Angela Parrish, who has been a songwriting student of Mark Winkler's over the last year. Angela has her own upcoming debut show at Vitello's on Sunday, February 23rd at 8 p.m. Here's a quote from Mark regarding this musical storyteller, "Angela Parrish is one of the most talented singer/writers I have ever worked with - a cross between Norah Jones and Blossom Dearie. She's definitely going places - and she's a sweetheart." You can check out her music here: Tickets can be purchased through

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The 15th Season of the Live at Green Valley Presbyterian Church Concert Series continues with this Sundays, February 23rd, winners of the prestigious Ennio Bolognini Music and Scholarship Competition. At 4 and 6 p.m., the Las Vegas Music Teachers' Association (LVMTA) presents the best and brightest of Las Vegas youth, ages 9 to 18. Spencer Baker is Artistic Director. Free-will offering. Next Friday, March 28th at 7 p.m., it's the Master Singers on the Red Carpet - Silver Screen, presented by The Las Vegas Master Singers. Start your Oscar weekend off with music from award-winning films, including Disney/Pixar and previous Oscar winners. Dr. Jocelyn Jensen conducts favorite film classics of the 20th and 21st century. Come dressed for the Red Carpet for a chance to be named "Best Dressed Audience Member." Free-will offering. Green Valley Presbyterian Church is located at 1798 Wigwam Parkway in Henderson. Contact at (702) 454-8484, or [email protected]

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Mark Nadler

Mark Nadler is delighted to be performing in Scott and Barbara Siegel's Broadway By the Year, this Monday evening, February 24th, at Manhattan's Town Hall. With the exception of Stern Hall at Carnegie Hall, The Town Hall is Nadler's absolute favorite concert hall to play in New York City! Broadway By the Year will feature hits from 1915-1939, performed by some of the city's best performers. The critically acclaimed Broadway by the Year series, enters its fourteenth season with a new twist. Instead of four years in four shows, the 2014 season will bring 100 years of Broadway history in four incredible evenings. Each show will cover a quarter of a century of Broadway tunes from shows including A Chorus Line, Annie Get Your Gun, Babes in Arms, Brigadoon, Cabaret, Candide, Dreamgirls, Follies, Funny Girl, Girl Crazy, Gypsy, Guys and Dolls, Into the Woods, La Cage Aux Folles, Lady Be Good, Kiss Me Kate, and more! Created/written and hosted for The Town Hall by Scott Siegel, with Musical Direction by Ross Patterson. The show starts at 8 p.m. Mark is opening with a song from 1915. Can you guess which one? Hint: It's by Irving Berlin, so DON'T BE LATE!!! Bank of America Proud to support Broadway by the Year, with additional support provided by The Edythe Kenner Foundation. Ticket prices are $45, $50, and $55, and are on sale at Ticketmaster, and The Town Hall Box Office. You can read more about it and buy tickets by clicking on this link:
The Town Hall is located at 123 West 43rd Street in New York, NY.

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Gaughan Gaming is pleased to announce the approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board for the company to oversee the operations of the Hotel Nevada & Gambling Hall, located in Ely, Nevada, at 501 Aultman Street. Gaughan Gaming, operated by John Gaughan, in partnership with Paul Kellogg and the Kellogg family, is also approved to acquire 50 percent of the property and the company's other amenities in Ely, as well as The Postal Palace plus the O'Aces Bar and Huntridge Tavern in Las Vegas. "We're very excited to be a part of this historic property in central Nevada, where the region has a historic past and importance including the mining boom that built this part of the West," said John Gaughan, CEO of Gaughan Gaming. "We look forward to becoming an integral part of the Ely and White Pine County community, and are committed to continue offering a strong level of customer service at this landmark property." The six-story Hotel Nevada & Gambling Hall was built in 1929, and features 67 rooms. At the time the property was built, it was the tallest building in the state. Currently the property has 24-hour service for restaurant operations and casino gaming, including table games and poker. The casino floor hosts Megabucks® and Wheel of Fortune® slots among others. The property also has truck and RV parking and convention facilities. Hotel Nevada is AAA accredited and is one of the storied hallmarks and travel destinations in Central Nevada. John Gaughan, a third-generation gaming innovator, has quickly made his own mark on Nevada's key industry. Before graduating from the University of Nebraska with a business degree in 1988, Gaughan founded Las Vegas Dissemination Company, which provides vital support to the off-track horseracing industry. LVDC soon became Nevada's exclusive pari-mutuel service provider. Gaughan is the owner and chief executive of LVDC, in addition to his role as chief executive of Gaughan Gaming. The gaming consultancy offers expertise in all aspects of the gaming industry, including planning and development, financial structure, regulatory compliance, legal requirements, marketing, advertising, human resources, construction and design. Gaughan Gaming aligns itself with companies and development projects that are in need of a management team committed to establishing, building and maintaining successful strategic partnerships in order to exceed market potential. The principals of Gaughan Gaming are licensed in multiple jurisdictions. Gaughan Gaming is located at 8924 Spanish Ridge Avenue, Las Vegas, and can be contacted at (702) 739-1516, or at [email protected]

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