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October 4-10, 2001 ARCHIVES
"Let Us Entertain You" Focuses on Weekly Coming Events in Las Vegas


by Wayne Bernath
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The energy crisis of the mid-'70s combined with the recession was worse for Las Vegas business then these terrorist acts. Please put the hotel-casino workers back on the job asap if you want to help America. This crisis has been coming for along time and Las Vegas business will be about 90 percent back to normal after Halloween. God Bless America!

"Lance Burton: Master Magician" recently invited 1,000 senior citizens from Sun City in Summerlin to experience his full production show at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino. He raised thousands of dollars at the Fashion Show Mall meeting and greeting hundreds of people who came out to buy a newspaper to raise funds for the Policemen & Firemen's Relief Fund. He is currently running a two-for-one special for Nevada residents.

"Crazy Girls" has changed its show time to 9:30 p.m. while "La Cage" also at the Riviera Hotel will start at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday will be the dark night for both shows.

"Justin Tranz: "Hip-Nosis" has a cable network interested in giving him a pilot to see if it flies. He will also be guaranteed a second spot on "Blind Date" to be filmed in Las Vegas this week. If you want to laugh and escape the terrible news that has inundated our nation try "Hip-Nosis" for $35 a ticket including tax. It's the funniest show you will ever experience. Call 737-1343 for tickets reservations. He is associated with Don Buchwald & Associates the same management who handles shock jock Howard Stearn.

Stevie Nicks will perform at the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts on the weekend of Oct. 5-6 followed by Earth, Wind & Fire, Rufus and Chaka Khan on Oct. 7.

Scott Alexander will perform at Caesar's Magical Empire from Oct. 2-13.

Tom McGillan and Dennis Regan will play at Catch a Rising Star from Oct. 8-14.

Comedy-magician Mac King is booked thru the year 2006 at Harrah's Las Vegas.

Tim Conway and Harvey Korman will sell-out at the LV Hilton from Oct. 4-6.

Janet Jackson will be in concert at the MGM Grand Arena on Oct. 5-6. Here's her No. 1 hits of the '80s and '90s: "When I Think of You," "Miss You Much," "Escapade," "BlackCat," "Love Will Never Do," "That's the Way Love Goes" and "Again."

"King for a Night" will perform at the Santa Fe Station Ice Arena on Oct. 6.

Wayne Newton who is really the longest running headliner in Las Vegas was the very first big Las Vegas show that I had saw. The year was 1973 and Wayne Newton was the hottest act in town playing both dinner shows and cocktail shows. His performances ran for 2 1/2 hours. He had little competition but Liberace was a close runner-up. Other headliners were Mel Tillis, Roy Orbison, Dean Martin and Donny & Marie Osmond. Wayne Newton is a survivor and will be doing his show from The Wayne Newton Theatre at the Stardust thru Oct. 25. He's one of the best entertainers around. See him!

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