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November 8-14, 2001 ARCHIVES
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by Sig Sakowicz
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Entertainer extraordinaire Wayne Newton has paid his dues. His new mantle as Commanding General of the USO will wear on him. Bob Hope has done it for more than half a century...

After closing his show at the Flamingo, Bill Acosta is performing on cruise ships...Johnny Gill is firmed for November 17 at Texas Station...Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell set for the Orleans November 15 with Steve Rossi, never-better as the opener.

Double Day's "Q," the autobiography of Quincy Jones, is getting honest-to-goodness great reviews...Virginia Ruth Engor, better known as Dagmar, passed away October 16. Dagmar played a sexy dumb blonde with one-time Borsch-belt comic Jerry Lester and, in her time, worked with Milton Berle (40s and 50s).

Welcome Comdex attendees. Some of the best, moderately priced food in Las Vegas is conveniently located center-"Strip," for your dining pleasure! Imperial Palace has a great breakfast buffet in either the Emperor's Buffet or Imperial Buffet (in the Teahouse), offering a wide assortment of pastries, entrees, salads, soups and desserts. Lunch and dinner present a carving station. The Imperial Buffet has a lavish brunch and dinner feast fit for a king, featuring prime rib and champagne. For quick snacks or meals, visit the best burger/chicken/fry place on the "Strip" at IP's Burger Palace, or the best ice cream and fudge at Betty's Diner! There are daily chef specials in all 10 restaurants, as well as "Night Owl" fare. Dine around the world just around the corner on Imperial Palace's Fifth Floor Dining Plaza -- Embers, a top steak house; flanked by Rib House for barbecued chicken and ribs; Seahouse for the freshest fish and seafood and Ming Terrace, one of Las Vegas' most delectable Chinese restaurants specializing in Cantonese, Szechuan and Mandarin cuisine, entrees from $8.25. Call 794-3261 for dining reservations or just drop in. The service is also outstanding.

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