Friday, April 24, 2015

Visit The Mob Museum & CSI: The Experience With New Combo Pricing


The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, has partnered with CSI: The Experience to provide guests an extraordinary opportunity combining visits to both unforgettable attractions. For a price starting at just $45, the combination ticket offers access to the award-winning and eye-opening Museum, which reveals incredible insights into both sides of the ongoing battle between the Mob and law enforcement, as well as CSI: The Experience, where visitors delve into the fascinating world of forensic science and crime scene investigation.
“Combining our two attractions into a one-ticket experience allows law enforcement enthusiasts two incredibly entertaining ways to indulge their interest,” says Ashley Misko, marketing and public relations director, The Mob Museum. “Of course, there’s nowhere else in the world where tourists have this opportunity. It’s a fantastic distinction for Las Vegas.”

The $45 ticket represents a savings of more than $8 off regularly priced adult admission to both attractions.

This offer may not be combined with any other discounts. To purchase The Mob Museum and CSI: The Experience ticket, please call (702) 229-2734 or visit www.TheMobMuseum.org.


The Mob Museum also offers combination Mob Museum-Neon Museum tickets and participates in a partnership ticket offer with Big Bus Tours.

Singer Véronic DiCaire To Return To Bally's Las Vegas

Singing sensation Véronic DiCaire will make her highly anticipated return to Bally’s Las Vegas for performances from May 14 – June 13, 2015. The vocal impressionist, who just completed a tour in Europe, will take the stage in VÉRONIC Voices for 14 performances that go on sale Friday, April 24 at 10 a.m. PT.

“The ‘Voicettes’ and I have been traveling all over Europe and we’re so excited to be coming back to Las Vegas,” said Véronic. “Las Vegas audiences have been so supportive and I can’t wait to be back on stage there.”

Since its debut in June of 2013, VÉRONIC Voices has been met with critical acclaim, being named one of “Las Vegas’ Don’t Miss Shows” by USA Today and others. Co-produced by Celine Dion, the show honors the world’s biggest singers, past and present, who have made their mark on music history. Known for her extraordinary ability to transform her voice into those of the world’s biggest superstars, Véronic recreates the voices of Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Cher, Madonna, Sheryl Crow, Billie Holiday, Norah Jones, Alicia Keys, Pink, Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Katy Perry, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood and many, many more.

Véronic performs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m. at Bally’s Las Vegas. New show dates available for sale starting Friday, April 24 include May 14-16, May 21-23, May 28 and 29, June 4-6, and June 11-13.

Tickets for VÉRONIC Voices range in price from $45 to $95 (additional service fees apply). Tickets are available in person at any Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas box office, by calling (855) 234-7469 or (702) 777-7776, or online atwww.ballyslasvegas.com or www.ticketmaster.com keyword “Veronic.” For up-to-date show information, visit www.veronicvoices.com.


Photo Credit: MAX ABADIAN

It's TAO Friday! With DJ Politik!


Little Tony's Italian Eatery Now Open At Palace Station

The all-new old-school Italian eatery Little Tony’s by 11-time World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani is now open at Palace Station. Paying homage to a classic Italian trattoria and pizzeria with a comfortable modern twist, the restaurant features delectable entrees found in your mother’s kitchen along with Gemignani’s award-winning pizzas.

Nestled in the heart of Palace Station, Little Tony’s showcases a lively interior featuring design elements of Gemignani’s renowned Capo’s and Tony’s restaurants in San Francisco. The 117-seat restaurant and bar is decked out with Prohibition-themed décor, with its cushy red leather booths, gold-trimmed tables, and mahogany interior and bar, as well as subway tiles and red bricks that line the walls. To round out the theme, high ceilings with vintage tin tiles, rustic fans, and beautifully crafted copper lighting complete the old-school aura of the restaurant.

“Little Tony’s is a very special new restaurant concept for me,” said Gemignani. “Not only does the menu showcase our most popular pizzas from Pizza Rock, but we’re also offering our exclusive Cast Iron Pizzas on the menu. We’re featuring two pizzas that won World’s Best Pan Pizza 2013 and 2014. These pizzas are not available anywhere else in Nevada, so I am excited to share them with the community at Palace Station.”

Gemignani has developed an approachable menu that stays true to Italian and American cuisine.  Dishes to share or begin a meal include Meatballs (choice of three or six); Calamari Fritti (traditional or Calabrese style with Calabrese aioli and marinara dipping sauces); and Spinach, Artichoke Crostini (blend of spinach, artichoke, and a provolone white wine cream with crushed red pepper) to name a few. All guests will receive a complimentary Pasta Fazool (a house made chicken soup, tomato, light garlic, onions, oregano, fresh pasta and cannellini beans).

The savory portion of the menu continues with a selection of calzones, Stromboli, and house-made pastas, including a create-your-own house-made pasta with choice of pasta, sauce and accompaniments. In addition, Gemignani’s award-winning pizzas will be available including a variety of Italian and American pizza styles, including Classic Italian, Classic American, Sicilian, New York, Traditional Chicago Cracker Thin (corn meal crust) and Gluten Free. Plus, guests will be able to indulge in the World’s Best Pizza 2014, The Dillinger (Chicago cast iron and cracker thin with smoked vodka cream sauce, marinated chicken breast, mozzarella, provolone, cheddar, artichoke hearts, garlic and broccolini).

The beverage program places a strong emphasis on whiskey and bourbon with over 90 different varieties, and features personalized whiskey flights, as well as a build-your-own Old Fashioned (choice of spirit, sweetener, flavor of bitters, and garnish). In addition to a full bar selection, Little Tony’s offers hand-crafted cocktails including two on tap – a signature Tony’s Negroni and a Secret Recipe Manhattan, a draft and bottled beer list with craft beers and a collection of wines with a focus on California and Italy.

Little Tony’s joins the restaurant lineup of acclaimed local favorites at Palace Station, including the popular Oyster Bar and Charcoal Room. Little Tony’s is open nightly for dinner, Sunday through Thursday, from 11 a.m. to midnight, and Friday and Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.  For reservations, please call (702) 898-2813 or visit littletonyslasvegas.com.


Comedian Kevn Hart Drops Into Hakkasan For Some Fun

Last night, Thursday, April 23 actor and comedy legend Kevin Hart was spotted at Hakkasan Nightclub’s fourth level Main Room at MGM Grand with close friends. After getting settled in a VIP booth on the main stage, Hart and friends sipped cocktails while dancing to the beat of Hakkasan featured artists DVBBS. In town to receive CinemaCon’s Comedy Star of The Year award, the “Get Hard” actor made his way to the nightlife mecca to celebrate the honorable achievement.  Waving to lucky fans, Hart was seen enjoying the night in good spirits while smiling and carrying on with his friends before leaving the nightspot around 1:00 a.m.

"Graceland Presents ELVIS: The Exhibition - The Show - The Experience" NOW OPEN!!

On the 59th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s first Las Vegas performance, Graceland is opening the doors to a multi-faceted, authentic Elvis experience that showcases the man, the performer and the music that revolutionized popular culture around the world.“Graceland Presents ELVIS: The Exhibition - The Show - The Experience” is now open at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, the same hotel where Elvis performed more than 600 record-breaking, sold-out shows between 1969 and 1976 when it was the International Hotel and then Las Vegas Hilton.

Priscilla Presley and Lisa Marie Presley presided over a formal “blue suede” ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil their personal treasures from the family archives, from rarely seen artifacts including Elvis’ personal television remote from his Graceland bedroom to Lisa Marie’s baby shoes. Priscilla served as the matron of honor for the first wedding in Elvis Presley’s Graceland Wedding Chapel, and tonight, she and Lisa Marie will hold a VIP red carpet gala for the debut of the “Elvis Experience” musical production that embodies the spirit of the king himself.

“Just think, it was 59 years ago today that Elvis performed his first show in Las Vegas,” said Priscilla Presley. “Elvis loved Las Vegas and he loved his fans – he would be the first to welcome you to this great exhibition of his life. Lisa and I are so happy to share these wonderful artifacts from our family with you and are thrilled to bring the authentic Elvis back to Las Vegas for the first time in 40 years.”

FIRST PERMANENT ELVIS EXHIBITION OUTSIDE OF GRACELAND
The first-ever permanent Elvis exhibition outside of Graceland encompasses more than 28,000 square feet and includes hundreds of artifacts from the Presley family’s treasured Graceland Archives. The exhibition takes visitors on an unprecedented journey through Elvis’ life and career, beginning with his early days in Tupelo, Mississippi through his first recording session in Memphis, rise to fame, Hollywood career, life at Graceland, the Las Vegas years and more. Graceland-produced videos immerse guests in the experience, concluding with a 26-minute retrospective film featuring Elvis’ greatest performances. Select artifacts will be rotated regularly with artifacts from the Graceland Archives to ensure the exhibit is constantly evolving and remains fresh. The exhibition is open seven days a week from 10 am to 10 pm.  Tickets are priced at $22 plus taxes and fees, and are available for purchase at Graceland.com/Vegas.

Exhibition Highlights:

·         Tupelo and Memphis. This collection of artifacts follows Elvis’ humble beginnings in Tupelo, Mississippi to his family’s move to Memphis, where Elvis’ discovery of gospel blues would influence his music and drive his rock & roll sound. Guests can peruse family portraits; the Presley family bible; Elvis’ 1950 and 1952 high school yearbooks, and graduation tassel; his mother Gladys’ poodle purse, dress shoes and social security card; family loan papers; and paystubs from Elvis’ first job as a delivery truck driver for Crown Electric.

·         Elvis Mania. In 1956, Elvis released his first album on the RCA recording label and appeared on a variety of nationally televised shows, including the Ed Sullivan show. This is the same year that Elvis first graced the silver screen in his acting debut, “Love Me Tender,” and had a No. 1 hit by the same name. The Elvis Mania exhibit documents this rise to fame including personal copies of his first singles on the Sun record label,1955 RCA contract, a variety of Elvis Presley collectibles, his custom leather guitar case, the gold record for his eponymous first album, and wardrobe pieces from “Jailhouse Rock,” which was released in 1957.

·         Elvis in the Army. From 1958 to 1960, Elvis took a break from his singing and acting career and proudly served his country n the U.S. Army. This marks a particularly poignant time in his life, as he met his future wife – Priscilla Beaulieu – while stationed in Germany. Guests in this exhibit see Elvis’ army fatigues, fan letters, a check written to Moulin Rouge from his time on leave in Paris, and iconic photos of his famous military haircut at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas.

·         Graceland. At the young age of 22, Elvis purchased his first home where he would live with his mother, father and grandmother. A 17,000-square-foot property sitting on 13 acres, Graceland was a place where Elvis could relax and get away from his busy life as a singer and actor. Later in life, Priscilla and Elvis would marry and raise their daughter Lisa Marie at Graceland, a home Elvis vowed to never sell. Today, Graceland is visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year. At the Las Vegas exhibit one area that showcases Elvis’ Memphis home allows guests to see baby Lisa Marie’s footprints and baby shoes, a silver tray etched with Elvis and Priscilla’s photo on their wedding day, their wedding china and more.

·         Elvis in Hollywood. Between 1958 and 1968, Elvis left live performance touring to serve in the U.S. Army and then focus on his movie career, starring in 31 feature films – such as “Jailhouse Rock,” “King Creole,” “Viva Las Vegas” and “Blue Hawaii” – and two theatrical musical documentaries, including Golden Globe winner “Elvis on Tour.”  This exhibit features a collection of scripts, movie posters, a pair of coveralls worn in “Viva Las Vegas,” his bomber jacket from “It Happened at the World’s Fair” and more.

·         Elvis in Las Vegas. For Elvis’ first stint in Las Vegas at the New Frontier in April 1956, Colonel Parker billed him as the “Atomic-Powered Singer.” This title would prove true as Elvis signed a deal with the International Hotel in 1969 and became the reigning king of live entertainment in Las Vegas, breaking all box office records for the city. Guests exploring Elvis’ Las Vegas history can see iconic stage costumes from Elvis’ live performances, Priscilla’s dress from Elvis’ opening night at the International Hotel, the suit Elvis wore when signing his 1969 contract, and never-before-displayed advertisements placed by Parker throughout the city from bus stops to billboards. Of particular note is the gold-plated belt encrusted with diamonds, rubies and sapphires that Elvis received in 1969 for breaking Las Vegas breaking box office records and later wore for a meeting with President Nixon in the Oval Office; and a contract written by Parker on a table cloth – complete with coffee stains – when owners of the International Hotel agreed to initial terms on Elvis’ long-term engagement.

·         Elvis on the Road. Even before he became the king of rock & roll, Elvis loved anything with a motor that moved fast. This would become a theme in his life especially after he achieved fame. It’s estimated that Elvis purchased more than 200 cars – some for family and friends, others for strangers and dozens for himself – including Cadillacs, Rolls Royces, Mercedes and Harley Davidson motorcycles. Elvis was often behind the wheel driving his band members for early tours and cross-country trips. Guests to this exhibit can view cars from Elvis’ collection, including a 1957 Harley Davidson motorcycle, 1962 Lincoln Continental and the1971 prototype Stutz Blackhawk delivered to Elvis at the International Hotel.

·         1968 Comeback Special. After an eight-year hiatus from live musical performances, Elvis took to the stage once again for a concert taped on NBC’s Burbank lot dubbed the “1968 Comeback Special.” Elvis re-energized his singing career performing a collection of classic hits and new material for the TV special, which was NBC’s highest rated show of the year, priming Elvis for his Las Vegas run. The exhibit space documenting this performance includes Elvis’ iconic “If I Can Dream” white suit, and the blue chair used in the sit-down jam sessions in the special.

ELVIS PRESLEY’S GRACELAND WEDDING CHAPEL
Elvis Presley’s Graceland Wedding Chapel at the Westgate is the first chapel outside of Graceland to be operated by Elvis Presley Enterprises. Couples can be joined together in an atmosphere of southern hospitality unique to the Graceland experience.

Winners of a nationwide contest by NBC’s Today Show, Kaycee Satava and Cameron Baker, were the first couple to be married at Elvis Presley's Graceland Wedding Chapel the morning of April 23, with Priscilla Presley serving as matron of honor. Kaycee became an Elvis fan as a child, when she would listen to his music and watch his movies as she took medication for a health condition that forced her to be immobile for long periods of time.

Wedding and vow renewal packages for Elvis Presley’s Graceland Wedding Chapel have been specially designed to bring the authentic and memorable Graceland wedding experience to Las Vegas. For information on booking the chapel for a wedding or vow renewal ceremony, visit Graceland.com/Vegas.


Thursday, April 23, 2015

Spring Fling Races NOW Going On At LVMS!!

Nearly 500 drivers from across North America will converge on The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Wednesday through Sunday for the 3rd Annual K&N Spring Fling Vegas.
The five-day event is open to pro and semi-pro racers and will feature substantial daily payouts and more than $50,000 in product giveaways. Peter Biondo, a 45-time NHRA national event winner, and Kyle Seipel, winner of 22 NHRA divisional event titles, are co-hosting the event, which begins on Wednesday with the 32-car Maytag/Silverstate Refrigeration $50,000 Shootout at 11:15 a.m. Pacific Time.

 Five-time NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Pro Stock World Champion Jeg Coughlin Jr. will make his 2015 debut at the event, and a number of defending champions are expected to be in action again this year.

Entry fees range from $90 to $250 depending on the competition day and class, all races will run 1/8 of a mile, and payouts will be awarded for each round victory on a daily basis. There will also be a Spring Fling $20,000 Challenge, where drivers can win $100 for any .00X reaction time or $1,000 for any reaction time of .000.

Saturday’s Super Pro division winner will take home $20,000, with $10,000 going to the day’s Pro class champion. Thursday’s payouts will be $5,000 for Super Pro and $3,000 for Pro, while the winner of those divisions on Friday and Sunday will pocket $10,000 and $5,000, respectively.
 “Besides the payout, both myself and Peter are excited simply because of the atmosphere of fun that has been created here every year,” Seipel said. “From the time the gates open on Tuesday, right up until the final rounds on Sunday, there’s a major party going on.”

Friday night’s racing action will culminate with a Sparco Racer Appreciation Party, and winners of Saturday’s divisions will have their photos taken with the famous Las Vegas Showgirls at the trophy presentations.

 Gates open at 7 a.m. on Thursday and 7:30 a.m. on Friday through Sunday, with racing action kicking off at 8 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Eliminations will begin at 9 a.m. on Sunday after an on-site church service.

Single-day tickets are available for $15, and fans can purchase full-event passes for Wednesday through Sunday for $55 at the main ticket office at The Strip. The races will be broadcast live on the Internet at www.BangShift.com each day for fans who are unable to make it to The Strip to see the action firsthand.

Log on to www.BracketRaces.com for more information.

K&N Spring Fling Vegas schedule: April 22-26

Thursday
Gates open – 7 a.m.
Racing begins – 8 a.m.
Friday
Gates open – 7:30 a.m.
Racing begins – 8 p.m.
Saturday
Gates open – 7:30 a.m.
Racing begins – 8 a.m.
Sunday
Gates open – 7:30 a.m.
Church service – 8 a.m.
Racing begins – 9 a.m.
Past champions
2014
Ultimate Shootout
Shane Thompson, Las Vegas
            Runner-up: Zak Clark, Mission, B.C., Canada
Baldwin Racing Thursday
Super Pro: Glen Kern, Modesto, Calif.
            Runner-up: Steve Casner, Sheridan, Calif.
Pro: Garrett Parsons, Monroe, Utah
            Runner-up: Dan Coss, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
Silverstate Refrigeration Friday
Super Pro: Rodney Snider, Grand Junction, Colo.
            Runner-up: Gabe Torres, Valinda, Calif.
Pro: Greg Dreher, Bakersfield, Calif.
            Runner-up: Howard DeVore, Flagstaff, Colo.
$20,000 Challenge
$1,000-Kevin Heffington, Moxee, Wash.
$100-Keith Winters, Las Vegas
$100-Alex George, Huntington Beach, Calif.
Silverstate Refrigeration Saturday
Super Pro: stan Essery, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
            Runner-up: Jeremy Sears, Port Orchard, Wash.
Pro: Jesse Adams, Yuba City, Calif.
            Runner-up: Mark Faul, Tacoma, Wash.
Baldwin Racing Sunday
Super Pro: Larry Richardson, Alamosa, Colo.
            Runner-up:Mark Yeager, Hollister, Calif.
Pro: Ryan Mangus, Rialto, Calif.
            Runner-up: Robert Strong, San Bernadino, Calif.
2013
Thursday
Super Pro: Kris Whitfield, Littleton, Colo.
            Runner-up: Dustin Hentges, Federal Way, Wash.
Pro: Brad Burton, Kirkland, Wash.
            Runner-up: Seth Polvadoer, Sun City, Ariz.
Friday
Super Pro: Jeremy Jenson, Clarksville, Tenn.
            Runner-up: Rodney Snider, Grand Junction, Colo.
Pro: Ryan Mangus, Rialto, Calif.
            Runner-up: Mark Simonian, Sangers, Calif.
Saturday
Super Pro: Brad Hawk, Phoenix
            Runner-up: Chuck Hawk Jr., Phoenix
Pro: Kim Zimmerman, Phoenix
            Runner-up: Wesley Eisenga, Ripon, Calif.
Sunday
Super Pro: Scott Lemen, Gallatin, Tenn.
            Runner-up: Justin Morgan, Concord, Calif.
Pro: Garrett Parson, Monroe, Utah
            Runner-up: Mark Faul, Tacoma, Wash.


Girl's Week-End!! Spend Time At The Venetien & “LIPSHTICK – The Perfect Shade of Standup”

It’s Girls’ Weekend in Las Vegas and funny ladies Fortune Feimster and Cameron Esposito will perform in “LIPSHTICK – The Perfect Shade of Standup” at The Venetian Las Vegas. As Dinah Vegas takes over the Las Vegas Strip, Feimster and Esposito will take the stage for one-night-only, Saturday, April 25 at 8 p.m. at the Sands Showroom.

Fortune Feimster, who was a full-time writer and regular panelist on the hit late night show, “Chelsea Lately,” has captivated audiences with her lovable brand of comedy with a twist of Southern charm. The comedian, who began her foray into standup by taking improv and sketch classes at the Groundlings Theatre, made her national television debut on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” where she finished as a semi-finalist.

Cameron Esposito, who Jay Leno hailed as “the future of comedy,” has made a name for herself on the national touring circuit, appearing on “Late Late with Craig Ferguson,” “@midnight,” “CONAN,” “Last Call with Carson Daly,” and as a regular on “Chelsea Lately.” Esposito was recently interviewed on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” where she discussed her new comedy album, Same Sex Symbol.


“LIPSHTICK – The Perfect Shade of Standup” is a resident comedy series that marks the first time in the storied entertainment history of Las Vegas that the comedy stage has been taken exclusively by female performers. The series brings the most critically acclaimed comedians to the Sands Showroom. Tickets can be purchased by calling The Venetian and The Palazzo Box Office at (702) 414-9000 or online at www.ticketmaster.com.

Join The Ladies Of Liquid: April, Crystal & Beth At Pool Party


Ladies of Liquid: April Rose, Crystal McCahill & Beth Williams Host
Friday, April 24 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
LIQUID POOL LOUNGE
3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 693-8300

Track Winners And Results From Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series At LVMS

Group Winner Shot
A host of NHRA veterans added another victory to their career resumes at the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Division 7 event at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.

Kyle Seipel (Top Dragster) of Pleasanton, Calif., Jeff Lane (Comp. Eliminator) of North Bend, Wash., and Jimmy DeFrank (Super Stock) of Chatsworth, Calif., were among the 11 racers to win championships and further cement their legacies as some of the top drivers in the NHRA’s Pacific Division. Los Angeles’ Tina Summerton claimed her first divisional victory by defeating Seipel in the Stock Eliminator finals, and Annie Whiteley of Grand Junction, Colo., earned yet another Top Alcohol Funny Car title to give the winner’s circle some female representation.

“I am ecstatic. It’s my first race in Division 7,” Summerton said. “Everything came together, and I just did the same thing over and over. I think this might be my favorite track now.”

Other class champions were: Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif. (Top Alcohol Dragster); Rick Newport, Bluffdale, Utah (Sportsman Motorcycle); Darryn O’Connor, Fort St. John, B.C., Canada (Top Sportsman); Justin Morgan, Concord, Calif. (Super Comp.); Brian Griffey, Glendale, Ariz. (Super Street); and Dave Meziere, Escondido, Calif. (Super Gas).

Seipel, who is co-producing next weekend’s Spring Fling at The Strip, was unsuccessful in his bid for two titles, but was still all smiles after the event.

 “A win and a runner-up, I’ll take that any weekend,” said Seipel, who now has 22 divisional wins. “It was great competition, and the track was great all weekend. The LVMS staff did a great job, and we’re looking forward to the Spring Fling next weekend.”

 Lane now has 43 divisional victories, Demke stopped Joey Severance’s 19-round winning streak in the semifinals and DeFrank improved to 43-8 in divisional finals.

Las Vegas’ Gary Oaks advanced to the Sportsman Motorcycle finals before falling to Newport, while Henderson’s Justin Lamb fell in the semifinals of both the Comp. Eliminator and Super Stock divisions.

COMPLETE RESULTS
The following are Sunday’s final results from the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, Pacific Division event at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

TOP ALCOHOL FUNNY CAR
Annie Whiteley, Grand Junction, Colo., '15 Camaro, 5.660, 260.11  def. Terry Ruckman, Grand Junction, Colo., '06 Monte Carlo, 7.188, 139.60.

TOP ALCOHOL DRAGSTER
Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif., 5.416, 268.87  def. Megan McKernan, Sierra Madre, Calif., 5.542, 266.79.

COMPETITION ELIMINATOR
Jeff Lane, North Bend, Wash., '10 Cobalt, B/SMA, 8.192, 164.51  def. Alan Ellis, Mapleton, Utah, '23  roadster, A/AP, 8.295, 121.59.

Jimmy DeFrank

SUPER STOCK
Jimmy DeFrank, Chatsworth, Calif., '10 Cobalt, SS/CM, 9.099, 140.97  def. Dave Bridgewater, Devore, Calif., '12 Camaro, FSS/F, 9.928, 134.36.

Tina Summerton

STOCK ELIMINATOR
Tina Summerton, Los Angeles, Calif., '72 Cutlass, K/SA, 11.938, 106.61  def. Kyle Seipel, Pleasanton, Calif., '70 Camero, E/SA, 11.216, 107.19.

SUPER COMP
Justin Morgan, Concord, Calif., dragster, 9.154, 150.85  def. Greg Boutte, Loma Linda, Calif., dragster, foul.

SUPER GAS
Dave Meziere, Escondido, Calif., '05 Cavalier, 10.087, 159.31  def. Barry Willoughby, Eagle, Idaho, '67 Camaro, 10.077, 148.09.

SUPER STREET
Brian Griffey, Glendale, Ariz., '70 Charger, 11.065, 125.61  def. Bernie Polvadore, Sun City, Ariz., '93 Grand Prix, 11.083, 152.85.

TOP DRAGSTER
Kyle Seipel, Pleasanton, Calif., dragster, 6.928, 197.33  def. Ryan Priddy, Chino, Calif., dragster, foul.

TOP SPORTSMAN
Darryn O'Connor, Fort St. John, B.C., '04 Cavalier, 7.320, 178.10  def. Mike Ferderer, Buckley, Wash., '06 Grand Am, 7.391, 187.00.

SPORTSMAN MOTORCYCLE PRESENTED BY HARLEY DAVIDSON
Rick Newport, Bluffdale, Utah, '95 Suzuki, 8.316, 163.91  def. Gary Oaks, Las Vegas, Nev., '78 Kawasaki, 8.902, 152.90.

TOP ALCOHOL DRAGSTER
ROUND ONE: 1) Megan McKernan, Sierra Madre, Calif., 5.344, 271.24 def. 8) Shawn Cowie, Surry, B.C., 5.512, 264.18; 4) Ashley Sanford, Fullerton, Calif., 5.513, 266.69 def. 5) Bill Litton, La Jolla, Calif., 6.673, 166.64; 3) Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif., 5.513, 265.06 def. 6) Randy Eakins, Carson City, Nev., 12.011, 70.92; 7) Joey Severance, Woodburn, Ore., 5.405, 264.23 def. 2) Jim Whiteley, Grand Junction, Colo., 5.403, 268.92; SEMIFINALS: McKernan, 5.405, 266.79 def. Sanford, foul; Demke, 5.415, 265.90 def. Severance, 5.429, 264.03; FINALS: Demke, 5.416, 268.87 def. McKernan, 5.542, 266.79.

TOP ALCOHOL FUNNY CAR
ROUND ONE: 8) Terry Ruckman, Grand Junction, Colo., ‘06 Monte Carlo, 5.703, 254.18 def. 1) John Lombardo Jr., Brea, Calif., ‘14 Mustang, 12.560, 62.38; 4) Mike Doushgounian, San Martin, Calif., '06 Monte Carlo, 6.033, 251.39 def. 5) Nick Januik, Las Vegas, Nev., ‘06 Monte Carlo, 6.679, 245.90; 3) Jay Payne, Claremont, Calif., ‘15 Camaro, 9.866, 144.16 def. 6) Jirka Kaplan, Calgary, Alb., '09 Mustang, foul; 2) Annie Whiteley, Grand Junction, Colo., ‘15 Camaro, 5.647, 261.27 def. 7) Doug Gordon, Paso Robles, Calif., '15 Camaro, 5.784, 256.84; SEMIFINALS: Ruckman, 5.703, 253.61 def. Doushgounian, 6.607, 186.33; Whiteley, 5.636, 261.32 def. Payne, broke; FINALS: Whiteley, 5.660, 260.11 def. Ruckman, 7.188, 139.60.

For more information  visit - www.lvms.com/


POP! PUNK! At The Bunkhouse With Marko Desantis Of SUGARCULT

DPG & Bunkhouse Saloon present POP! PUNK! F*CK YEAH!

Pop punk / Emo / Anthems / All the Feels

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll sing along as they kick off a new night that's loooong overdue. They've been busy copying old mixtapes and searching their Napster libraries to track down all your guiltiest pleasure anthems from back in the day. You know what we're talking about - those tunes that got you through highschool, the girl who led you on, the day you got cut from the team, and that long lonely walk home from the bus stop. If you remember Sunny Day Real Estate, New Found Glory, Brand New, Alkaline Trio, Bowling for Soup, Dashboard, Get Up Kids, or Blink before they got weird, make damn sure you join this party.

For the kickoff they welcome buddy Marko Desantis of SUGARCULT, playing all his favorite tunes (and maybe even some of his own).

+ locals TBA

* NO COVER - Just come hang! *
* FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS ALL NIGHT *
* The best in 90's / 00's pop punk, emo, anthems *

Bunkhouse Saloon
124 S. 11th St.
DTLV - Vegas

Help Keep Animal Rescues Funded! 80's Hairball Event Tomorrow!

FUNDRAISER benefiting The Churchill the Polar Bear Foundation & Vegas Shepherd Rescue ~ 
Keeping Animal Rescues Funded!!

Tomorrow 4/24 at 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Tickets Available - www.vegasrockdog.com
Please join Vegas Rock Dog Radio & Rockin 4 Rescues Fundraiser for our 80's HAIRBALL 
$60 ticket:
Your ticket includes food, live entertainment, raffle, silent auction, and swag bag.

The Bootlegger Bistro
7700 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

Get Your BEER On! Brews & Beats At Palms Pool & Dayclub

Friday, April 25 at the Palms Pool Brews N Beats Beer Festival!
Find Tickets - TicketVibe.com
50+ Breweries/Craft Beers & Live DJ

Get free access to Ghostbar Dayclub after party with wristband
Palms Casino Resort

4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, Nevada 89103

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Watch Round 1 Of The Draft Picks At Lagasse’s Stadium® at The Palazzo

Lagasse’s Stadium® at The Palazzo Las Vegas® invites football fans to revel in the excitement as Round 1 of the 2015 Draft kicks off on Thursday, April 30. Guests will be able to indulge in a special menu featuring tailgate-inspired bites, while enjoying an exceptional viewing experience of the live draft on more than 100 high definition televisions.

ESPN Radio 1100 personalities Mitch and Pritch will be broadcasting live from 4-6 p.m.

To kick off the action-packed draft celebration, at 4 p.m., the first 250 fans who show up wearing their favorite team’s jersey or t-shirt will be given a complimentary draught Bud Light. Also, the Bud Light models will be signing calendars and will be on hand with Bud Light promotional items.

The Lagasse’s Stadium culinary team, led by Chef Scott Pajak, has curated the following special menu items offered for the occasion:

New Orleans Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo
with steamed rice

Surf  ‘N’ Turf Nachos with Sautéed Shrimp and Shaved Prime Rib
crispy tortilla chips layered with cheddar cheese sauce and black beans
topped with guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream and jalapenos

BBQ Brisket Sandwich
with Creole seasoned fries

Beer Battered Shrimp on Maytag Blue Cheese Slaw
with Creole tomato glaze

Drink Specials
Bucket of 6 beers (Budweiser, Bud Light, or Bud Light Platinum)
Bud Light Pitchers

RSVP:            Fans can reserve their seats by calling 702-607-2665. Must be 21 years or older.

Thursday, April 30; 4 p.m.
Draft begins at 5 p.m.
Lagasse’s Stadium
The Palazzo Las Vegas
3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South


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