By Judy Thorburn

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Mandalay Bay, Cirque du Soleil and Estate of Michael Jackson confirms plans to celebrate Michael Jackson in Las Vegas

At a press conference at Mandalay Bay on Wednesday, April 27 plans were announced for the resort to be the home for “all things Michael Jackson” and a mecca for millions of his fans.

On hand to share details about their creative partnership were Daniel Lamarre, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cirque du Solei, John Branca, Co-Executor of The Michael Jackson Estate, Chuck Bowling, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and Jamie King, Writer and Director of THE IMMORTAL World Tour. Also present was Michael Jackson’s older brother, Jackie Jackson who is creating a line of Michael Jackson jackets.

Daniel Lamarre, Chuck Bowling, Jackie Jackson, John Branca and Jamie King
Photo credit: Judy Thorburn

Through a collaboration with the estate of Michael Jackson and Cirque du Soleil, in an effort to pay tribute to the King of Pop, Mandalay Bay will launch a Jackson-themed lounge that will bring to life Michael’s music in an atmosphere celebrating his career and legacy; the Michael Jackson All Access Exhibit that will feature both Jackson memorabilia and interactive games; the IMMORTAL World Tour; a Michael Jackson Festival for Fans in conjunction with the tour, and a permanent show that will open at Mandalay Bay in early 2013.

The fan fest will be the first ever Estate-authorized Michael Jackson fan fest and will start on Dec. 3, 2011, the same day the IMMORTAL Tour opens at Mandalay Bay for one month. Fan fest will provide an opportunity for fans to go behind the scenes, an up close look at Jackson memorabilia, items from Neverland Ranch, and given photo opportunities in re-created sets from some of Jackson’s iconic music videos.

Jamie King, a dancer who worked with the “King of Pop ”on his 1992 Dangerous Tour was recruited as the writer and Director of THE IMMORTAL World Tour. King said he was approached by Cirque nine months ago to devise the show. During that time he put together, what he described as an “All Star, A team of the best dancers, acrobats, and musicians from around the world including many performers that have worked with Jackson and best represent him”. King said he is moving from Los Angeles to Cirque’s home base of Montreal to bring the show to life.

As part of his research for the show King paid a visit to Neverland. “The environment of the (touring) show is set in Neverland and it comes to life before your eyes in the arena. We are making that happen during the next six months. Though not there physically, his spirit and essence will be there. The music, lyrics and contents of the songs will lead us on a journey though Neverland and Michael. We uncover, discover and recover anything we wanted to know about Michael. I learned he was a great poet and artist,” said King.

It was explained that The Immortal Tour will tour for two years in North America and will be as close as you can get to a rock concert while the permanent show will be more theatrical, intimate and different. Also the directors and visions of the two shows will be different. As of yet, the title of the resident show has not been established.

"Michael Jackson was an international icon known for his music, dance, mystique and style. On behalf of the entire Mandalay Bay and MGM Resorts International teams, we are deeply honored and humbled to be home to incredible entertainment celebrating his legacy for new generations to come," said Chuck Bowling.

World Renowned Chefs Celebrate Kick off of Vegas Uncork’d at Fountains of Bellagio

Las Vegas chefs and sommeliers celebrated the kickoff of the fifth annual Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appétit—the four-day citywide culinary festival held each Mother's Day weekend—with a dramatic Champagne saber-off in front of the Fountains of Bellagio at Bellagio in Las Vegas on May 5, 2011. Joining chef Julian Serrano, who performed the honors this year, were Bellagio President and COO Randy Morton, Bon Appétit Editor-in-Chief Adam Rapoport, Bon Appétit Publisher, Pamela Drucker Mann and Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Senior VP of Marketing Cathy Tull.

Among the nearly 50 chefs assembled for the festive occasion were Tom Colicchio, Joel Robuchon, Guy Savoy, Charlie Palmer, David Walzog, Pierre Gagnaire, Jose Andres and Scott Conant. Two dozen Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appétit events will take place through May 8, 2011, at Bellagio, Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay and Wynn | Encore.

Uncork'd Chefs gather at the Bellagio fountains
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Additional recent and upcoming “happenings” in and around Las Vegas include:

On Thursday, April 28, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts The Smith Center partnered with Fathom events to present a special big screen showing of Broadway’s current Tony Award® winning Best Musical MEMPHIS at Las Vegas movie theatres: Sam’s Town 18, Santa Fe Station 16, Century 16 South Point, Galaxy Cannery, Village Square 18 and Colonnade 14. This is the first time the musical was presented in movie theaters while concurrently running on Broadway.

In addition to the electrifying musical, audiences were treated to an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the musical that won four 2010 Tony Awards® and continues to play to sold out houses on Broadway. MEMPHIS was captured live in performance with the original Broadway cast at Broadway’s renowned Shubert Theatre in New York City for this special presentation.

During intermission at the Orleans Theatre, Myron Martin, president of the Smith Center, announced the production lineup for the 2012 season at the Smith Center. Four musicals that make up the 2012 Broadway Las Vegas Series are The Color Purple, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, Million Dollar Quartet and the 2010 Tony Award-Winning Musical Memphis.   Season tickets will go on sale in the summer with individual tickets priced as low as $24 going on sale at a future date that has not yet been announced.

Prior to Wednesday evening’s (April 27) performance of ‘Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through The Hits’ at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino representatives from AEG Live and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino presented Carlos Santana with a $5,000 check made out to Three Square.  The money was donated to the local food bank in honor of Carlos Santana, his continued commitment to the Las Vegas community and to celebrate the show’s successful two-year run at The Joint.  With $5,000, Three Square can provide 15,000 meals for those in need.

Later that evening during the show, Michael Jackson’s former guitarist Orianthi, John Densmore of The Doors and Cindy Blackman Santana each sat in with Santana Band members for a song.  Orianthi sat in during a performance of “Back in Black” by AC/DC, Densmore for “Riders on the Storm” by The Doors and Blackman Santana for “Corazon Espinado”.

Photo credit © Erik Kabik/ RETNA/

Left to Right: Paul Davis, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Vice President of Entertainment; Carlos Santana; Julie Murray, Three Square Founding and Immediate Past President & CEO; Staci Columbo Alonso, Vice President of Marketing of WG-Harmon, LLC.,  manager of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; Suzanne Richardson, AEG Live, Las Vegas Marketing Director; Bobby Reynolds, AEG Live, Las Vegas Vice President of Booking; Michael Vrionis, President of Universal Tone Management and Vice President & COO of Cristalino Inc, a NV Corp.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Vice President of Entertainment Paul Davis presents Carlos Santana with the check.
Photo credit © Erik Kabik/ RETNA/

Iconic rock photographer, Robert Knight’s Knight Gallery, located inside the Las Vegas Hilton north tower retail corridor, closed on Friday, April 29 after a successful year in residence. Knight is currently exploring other opportunities for his collection of unique concert images and portraits of some of rock music’s biggest legends including Led Zeppelin, Elvis, Eric Clapton, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and many more. The Gallery also included the artwork of his wife, Maryanne Bilham-Knight, as well as photographers Jim Evans and Richard Upper. Although the Gallery will no longer be located in the Las Vegas Hilton, many of Knight’s famous images will continue to be displayed at the Tremolo Bar inside the Hilton Theater, and at various locations throughout the property as both a tribute to Knight’s classic photos and the Hiltons long history with Rock & Roll.

Wynn Resorts Casino mogul, Steve Wynn married Andrea Hissom on Saturday, April 30 in a private ceremony.  The couple celebrated their nuptials with a gathering of 500 of their friends and family at Wynn Las Vegas. Actor/director Clint Eastwood served as Wynn’s best man.

Steve and Andrea Wynn, Clint Eastwood (center)
Photo credit:  Brittany Hanson

IHG (Intercontinental Resorts Group) celebrated the launch of The Venetian and The Palazzo as the first-ever InterContinental Alliance Resorts by throwing a “block party” at the Venetian front exterior on Wednesday afternoon, May 4. In attendance were Michael Leven, President and COO, Las Vegas Sands Corp, Eric Pearson, Chief Marketing Officer, IHG, The Americas, Christian Hempell, Vice President, New Business Delivery, IHG, The Americas and Del Ross, Vice President, US Sales and Marketing, IHG, The Americas.  This new alliance brings together two world-class leaders in the global hospitality industry and also offers extraordinary benefits to both guests at The Venetian and The Palazzo and to members of IHG’s Priority Club Rewards program, the world’s largest hotel loyalty program with 56 million members.

Photo credit: Judy Thorburn

Our guests will now be able to earn points and redeem them for stays at any of IHG’s various hotels worldwide, just as Priority Club Rewards and Ambassador Members will be able to use their own points for stays at both of our world-class resort properties. In addition, Venetian and Palazzo guests can also earn Priority Club points on top of our Grazie loyalty program points,” said Rom Hendler, chief marketing officer, Las Vegas Sands Corp.”

To commemorate this fitting partnership and encourage consumers to start taking advantage of the extraordinary benefits of the alliance, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, by way of video, welcomed the ‘first’ InterContinental Alliance Resort guests by serving as celebrity concierge for the day.

The humorous segment aired on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and showed viewers just how easy it is to start earning and burning IHG’s Priority Club points at The Venetian and The Palazzo and global hotel destinations beyond the Las Vegas Strip. As “Celebrity Concierge,” DeGeneres welcomed four lucky bachelorettes to check into the newly formed InterContinental Alliance Resorts and showed them the access and benefits they receive at The Venetian and The Palazzo just by simply being a member of Priority Club Rewards, IHG’s guest loyalty program.

Wednesday evening, May 4 was opening night of the 32nd Annual San Gennaro Feast at the Silverton Hotel Casino.  At the beginning of the festivities, Mayor Oscar Goodman and Caroline Goodman got up on stage with entertainer and host, Tony Sacca, singing the song, “Las Vegas The Greatest Town Around.”

Mayor Oscar Goodman and Caroline Goodman on stage with entertainer and host, Tony Sacca

In continued support of our troops, the producers of BeatleShow! at Saxe Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino are inviting all active military personnel to see BeatleShow! Tuesday, May 2 through Sunday, May 8 for FREE.  All they have to do is show their military i.d. at the Saxe Theater box office.  Guests accompanying military personnel will receive their tickets at half-price.

Effective Sunday, May 1 admission to Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay will be $18 for adults and $12 for guests 5-12 years of age.  For Nevada residents with a valid ID, ticket prices will be $15 for adults and $10 for guests 5-12 years of age.  Children four and under are admitted for free.

Beginning May 2, 2011 and ending on Memorial Day the five Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers’ Las Vegas locations will initiate a month-long promotion to collect gently-used mobile phones and donations benefiting Cell Phones for Soldiers and local military members. On Memorial Day, May 31, 2011, 100 percent of profits and the collected phones will be donated to Cell Phones for Soldiers. The USO, a non-profit organization whose mission is to lift the spirits of America's troops and their families, will be distributing calling cards through its Las Vegas center. For more information on the Raising Cane’s promotion, please visit,, or!/vegascaniac.

DC and its elite team of Motocross athletes, who are in town to celebrate the 2011 Monster Energy AMA Supercross finals, will be making an appearance at the DC store located in Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Thursday, May 5. Guests will be able to meet and get autographs from DC’s top motocross athletes from 5:30 – 7 PM. In attendance will be DC Motocross team riders – Jeremy McGrath, Robbie Maddison, Trey Canard, Nate Adams, Josh Hill, Malcolm Stewart, Jason Anderson, Martin Davalos, and Ryan Morias as well as a special Appearance by DC’s Snow team: Aaron Biittner, Iikka Backstrom, Devun Walsh, and Lauri Heiskari. There will be in-store discounts and people can shop DC’s newest products from the Summer 2011 Collections.

The Second Annual Las Vegas Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest will be held on May 6-7 from 8 p.m. to Midnight at Fremont Street Experience on the 3rd Street Stage.  VIP seating for both nights will be available directly in front of the stage for $20 but is limited and will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.  Photo opportunities with “Elvis” will also be offered to fans on Friday from 3-4 p.m. at Binion’s Gambling Hall Million Dollar display and Saturday from 3-4 p.m. at Four Queens’ free pull machine located at the East entrance.  Additionally, Bingo with Elvis will be held at Binion’s at 11 a.m. on both Friday and Saturday.  Binion’s will host an Elvis After-party on Friday evening at Midnight immediately after the competition that will include Elvis karaoke, special guests from the competition and live Elvis ice sculpting.  On Saturday night Elvis Karaoke will be featured at the Main Street stage immediately after the event.  Justin Shandor, the winner of last year’s Las Vegas Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist contest at Fremont Street Experience who took first place in the national competition in Memphis during Elvis Week, will make a special appearance at this year’s competition as well.

In honour of Mother’s Day, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, located in front of The Venetian Resort & Casino, is offering FREE admission for Mothers that are accompanied by a paid adult or child’s admission.  Mention “Moms Go Free” at the Madame Tussauds Box Office to take advantage of this offer.

Award-winning singer, producer, actor and recent contestant on Celebrity Apprentice David Cassidy will perform at The Orleans Showroom, May 7 and 8, each evening at 8 p.m. Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets are available starting from $39.95, plus tax and convenience fees,

Former Major League Baseball player Pete Rose will be on hand to sign autographs at The Art of Music located at The Mirage on select dates throughout the month of May.  During his visits, Pete will sign autographs and take photos with fans who purchase memorabilia from the store.  Dates and times are May 5 – 9, 12, 13, 19 – 23 and 26-30, from 12 – 6 p.m. each day.  The event is free and open to the public

Nevada Ballet Theatre and Cirque Du Soleil present their 4TH annual collaboration, A Choreographer’s Showcase: A Project Designed to Stimulate and Encourage Artistic Growth, May 15. Performances will take place at the new Viva Elvis Theatre, Aria Resort Casino, City Center and will feature artists from NBT, Mystere, “O”, K, Zumanity and Viva Elvis. Ticket prices for A Choreographers’ Showcase can be purchased for $20 and $40 by calling the Viva ELVIS box office at (702) 531-3800 or at Purchasing a $40 ticket will afford one student the opportunity to attend the school matinee on Friday, May 20 as well as preferred seating for the ticket purchaser. All proceeds from the collaboration benefit Nevada Ballet Theatre’s professional company productions, dance training and education and outreach. Tickets are a tax deductible-charitable contribution

In support of the nonprofit organization, Three Square, Blue Man Group hosts the Summer Stock Up food drive where locals can bring nonperishable food items to the Blue Man Group Theatre inside The Venetian from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 21. In exchange for their donations, Blue Man Group will offer one complimentary ticket per person to either the 7 or 10 p.m. performance the same evening and a 15 percent off coupon to the Blue Man Group retail store. To participate, patrons must bring a bag of nonperishable food from Three Square’s list of needed items that includes items such as single-serving cereal boxes, fruit cups, granola and breakfast bars, crackers or cookie packs, sunflower seed packets, pop-top canned fruit, trail mix and raisins. All food collected will benefit children from low income homes, who are unable to take advantage of school lunch programs due to summer break.

Las Vegas supporters unable to attend the food drive can still participate in Blue Man Group’s summer fundraiser to help Three Square. Beginning May 5, locals can use the discount code “3 SQUARE LOCALS 50” to receive 50 percent off Blue and Red Zone tickets for shows Friday, May 20 through Sunday, June 19. Blue Man Group will donate 50 percent of the proceeds raised from tickets purchased, up to $10,000, using the special code to Three Square.

Legendary Comedian and Impressionist Rich Little will bring his acclaimed show “Will the Real Rich Little Please Stand Up?” to the Starlite Theater (formerly La Cage Theater) inside The Riviera, for a three week engagement, five nights a week from May 25 through June 12. Shows will run every Wednesday through Sunday at 8 p.m., dark Monday and Tuesday. Tickets are $29.95 for general admission, $39.95 for preferred seating and $59.95 for Gold Circle VIP. Senior and military with valid ID receive a $20 discount for preferred and VIP seating. All prices are exclusive of tax and fees.

The 13th Annual Punk Rock Bowling Tournament & Music Festival will be held Memorial Day Weekend May 27-30 in Downtown Las Vegas. This year’s headliners include Dropkick Murphys, Descendents, Cock Sparrer, Me First and The Gimme Gimmes, Bouncing Souls, Dwarves, Manic Hispanic & The Undertones. The live shows will be held outdoors at Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, where the intersection of 6th and Fremont will be blocked off for up to 3,500 concertgoers. The shows are all-ages, but those attendees under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. and shows will wrap by 11 p.m., rain or shine. 200 "limited early bird special" $80 weekend passes are available.

Celebrity sightings:

Tuesday, April 26, Bruce Willis was spotted enjoying dinner with a group of friends inside a private dining room at Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

After her performance at the Tropicana, Gladys Knight, surprised the audience at George Wallace's show at the Flamingo. She sang a song and did a Q&A.

Wednesday night, April 27, Tone Loc hosted Old School Wednesday at LAVO.  After dancing to the sounds of DJ Crooked, Tone Loc took over the mic, treating  the packed club to a performance accompanied by Suave.

Thursday night, April 28, Kelly Killoren Bensimon celebrated her birthday with friends at TAO’s Worship Thursday. The Real Housewives of New York star, who turns 43 on Sunday, first dined at TAO Asian Bistro, before heading up to the nightclub where she and her friends took over the upper moat sky box.  There, they danced to the sounds of DJ Five before Kelly was surprised with a pink birthday cake.

Drew Lachey, of the band 98 Degrees and winner of the second season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” enjoyed an early dinner with his wife and their young children at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas. After their meal, the happy family stopped into Sugar Factory’s retail store.


Drew Lachey with a Couture Pop at the flagship Sugar Factory retail store at Paris Las Vegas.


Friday, April 29…

DJ Samantha Ronson kicked of her residency and “Entourage” star Dania Ramirez hosted at Vegas’ newest hotspot Chateau Nightclub & Gardens.

Also seen at Chateau were Playmates Kelly Carrington and Carmella DeCesare. The girls partied the night away dancing in their VIP booth, while a few booths down NFL player Jeff Garcia, as well as comedian David Spade were spotted.

Dania Ramirez on the red carpet with a couture pop at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens inside Paris Las Vegas on Friday, April 29.
PHOTO CREDIT: Issac Brekken/WireImage

Dania Ramirez inside Chateau Nightclub & Gardens inside Paris Las Vegas on Friday, April 29.
PHOTO CREDIT: Issac Brekken/WireImage

DJ Samantha Ronson kicks off her residency at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens inside Paris Las Vegas on Friday, April 29
PHOTO CREDIT: Issac Brekken/WireImage

Playmates Kelly Carrington (L) and Carmella DeCesare (R) with NFL player Jeff Garcia (C) at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens inside Paris Las Vegas on Friday, April 29.
PHOTO CREDIT: Issac Brekken/WireImage

At Marquee Nightclub inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas actor Paul Iacono, star of MTV’s The Hard Times of RJ Berger was spotted checking out the club with a friend.

Jordan Bratman hit the club joined by several guy friends prior to enjoying dinner at TAO Asian Bistro with several guy friends.

Real Housewives of New York star Kelly Bensimon, in town for her birthday celebrations at TAO and TAO Beach, made a late night stop at the club after spending the evening at LAVO. At TAO Beach, she was surprised with a TAO Beach themed birthday cake delivered with a parade of blow up animals.

Kelly Bensimon
Photo credit: Denise Truscello

Kelly Bensimon with birthday cake
Photo credit: Denise Truscello

Also seen taking in the sounds of DJ Avicii was Peter Harrold, defenseman for the Los Angeles Kings and several of his teammates.

DJ Avicii

Music producer Chuckii Booker, in town to do a show with Lionel Richie for Steve Wynn’s wedding, also checked out the club.

Also dining at TAO was Sara Rue, who was in town celebrating her bachelorette weekend. She was joined by a group of fifteen girlfriends.

Kelly Bensimon continued her birthday celebration with dinner at LAVO Italian Restaurant. After dinner they journeyed upstairs to the nightclub and danced for a bit to the sounds of special guest DJ Devin before a late night stop at Marquee Nightclub.

Saturday night, April 30…

New Orleans Saints player Reggie Bush was spotted at Marquee Nightclub inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas with friends.

Jamie Kennedy was also spotted checking out the nightclub with a female friend.

Paul Iacono, Amber Lancaster, Jareb Dauplaise, Jayson Blair and Kara Taitz from MTV's "The Hard Times of RJ Berger" celebrated their successful second season at Gallery Nightclub at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Blair was accompanied by girlfriend, 2007 Playboy Playmate of the Year, Sara Underwood. Lancaster was joined by boyfriend and “The Bold and the Beautiful” actor Zack Conroy throughout the night.

Also hosting the night at Gallery was "True Blood" actor, Joe Manganiellho was joined by fiancé Audra Marie in a private VIP booth overlooking the spacious club.

Joe Manganiello at Gallery Nightclub at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Carlos Larios

(From left to right) Jayson Blair, Kara Taitz, Paul Iacono, Amber Lancaster and Jareb Dauplaise from MTV’s “The Hard Times of RJ Berger” at Gallery Nightclub at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Carlos Larios

Joe Manganiello and fiancé Audra Marie at Gallery Nightclub at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Carlos Larios

“The Hard Times of RJ Berger” stars Paul Iacono and Amber Lancaster at Gallery Nightclub at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Photo credit:
Carlos Larios

The hilarious cast of MTV’s “The Hard Times of RJ Berger” kicked off their wrap party for the success of their second season at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas. The actors also made sure to stop in Sugar Factory’s flagship retail store.

Also dining at Sugar Factory American Brasserie was “True Blood” werewolf, Joe Manganiello with fiancé Audra Marie.

Also spotted at the celeb hot spot were NFL star Reggie Bush, Jack Osbourne and 2007 Playboy Playmate of the Year, Sara Underwood.

Amber Lancaster (L), Paul Iacono (C) and Kara Taitz (R) from MTV’s “The Hard Times of RJ Berger” dining at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

(From left to right) Jayson Blair, Paul Iacono, Jareb Dauplaise, Kara Taitz and Amber Lancaster from MTV’s “The Hard Times of RJ Berger” dining at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

“True Blood” star Joe Manganiello and fiancé Audra Marie eating ice cream sundaes at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Jack Osbourne dining at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Joe Manganiello shopping for sweets at Sugar Factory at Paris Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Actor Charlie Sheen ended at eventful night in Las Vegas at Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas. The winning warlock and his goddess, Natalie Kenly, were seen noshing on goodies.

Sunday, May 1…

Rules of Engagement actress Sara Rue, who is also hosting the new TV show Shedding for the Wedding, celebrated her own upcoming nuptials with a bachelorette party in Las Vegas.  After dining and dancing at TAO Asian Bistro and Nightclub on Friday, the party continued on Saturday at TAO Beach. The bride-to-be was joined by family and friends, including actress Lindsay Price and Sara’s sister Leah.

At TAO David Spade was spotted enjoying dinner with friends.

Photo Credit: Denise Truscello

True Blood” co-star, Joe Manganiello and his fiancée, Audra Marie were spotted pampering themselves with manicures and pedicures at COLOR, A Salon by Michael Boychuck inside Caesars Palace.

Joe Manganiello and fiancée, Audra Marie, posing in front of COLOR Salon

Photo Credit: Amanda Shellnut/ Cashman Photo Enterprises

Tuesday night, May 3, 1982 Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL pro Herschel Walker dined at TAO Asian Bistro.

Wednesday night, May 4, Old School Wednesdays continued at LAVO with hip hop artist Rob Base playing host. Base treated the crowd to a performance of hits “It Takes Two” and “Joy and Pain”, taking the stage with long-time friend Kyle Rifkin, while his nephew Michael Walker backed him up on the turntables.

Rob Base
Photo credit: Al Powers

Rob Base performs at Lavo
Photo credit: Al Powers

Kyle Rifkin and Rob Base
Photo credit: Al Powers

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