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Be sure to contact Lt. Governor Lorraine Hunt, 702-878-2313, for the November 1 Patriotic Gala at Caesar's Palace...Keith Strauss emceed Jimmy Sturr's shows October 26 and 27 at Sam's Town...

As usual, Debbie Reynolds packed'em in to the Orleans recently...More than 2,500 people attended the September 17 funeral services for 52-year-old captain of American Airlines Flight 11 which was hijacked by terrorists and crashed into the World Trade Center...Don and Francine Cherry are putting together a golf tournament in honor of their son Steven Cherry, a victim on the September 11 tragedy...

The Imperial Palace's Kabuki Lounge is once again rockin' with hot new talent as the Almond-Sherick Band takes the stage nightly from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. through November 10. Vocalist Gretchen Almond and keyboardist / percussionist Brian Sherick have been performing together for more than 10 years, bringing their extensive musical backgrounds and training together to create a fun, upbeat show. Don't miss the excitement of live music nightly in the Kabuki Lounge, just inside the front doors of the center-"Strip" Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino...

Charo is readying her new act, "Hips of Flames," for Las Vegas...For any quantity of USA embroidered flags, call Rana Goodman at 800-200-8450...Claude Trenier flew into LA for the funeral of 87-year-old Seymour Heller, who represented the Treniers for years...

Tony Orlando's salute to the victims of September 11 WTC, which he wrote and recorded, is called "An American High-Rise" and is starting to get a great deal of air play..."Dean Martin, That's Amore - A Son Remembers" will soon be hitting the record shops. Ricci Martin is putting it together...

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