Tony Orlando should pay to see himself perform; he always seems to have a ball. Tony has six more dates at the Orleans and the Suncoast... Norma Miller struts her stuff in Summerlin August 15... Biography recently did a show on the late Las Vegas resident funny man Redd Foxx...
Don Rickles is back at the Stardust August 29 - September 1... The Hilton has firmed the Smothers Brothers August 13 - September 8... Regular Vegas visitor Ray Romano pops up on the Mirage stage August 16 - 18... Jan and Dean into the Silverton Hotel August 31...
Occasional visitor Clint Eastwood was just honored by the Chicago Film Festival... The Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum will open in Branson, MO, in the spring of next year. Las Vegas drive-in visitors from California can stop at the original museum in Victorville, worth the detour!
The Imperial Palace's "Hawaiian Hot Luau" brings the spirit of "aloha" to the Shangri-La Pool every Tuesday and Thursday night, with Las Vegas' only authentic poolside luau. Featuring a lavish dinner buffet; unlimited mai tai, pina colada and fruit punch drinks, and a fantastic Polynesian show by Rozita Lee's "Drums of the Islands," the IP's luau is practically a mini-vacation within your vacation. Jump on stage for a hula lesson, hold your breath for the dangerous fire-knife dance, then sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of the islands, all for just $29.95. Las Vegas' best entertainment values are always at the Imperial Palace, center-"Strip"...
President Bush recently proclaimed September 11 as Patriot's Day. Rana Goodman at "Any Banner, Sign or Flag," has stocked up on US flags of all sizes and a special full-kit priced at $15. The kit includes all you need to hang it: pole, bracket, flag, eagle, etc. For more info, call 734-7446 or toll-free (800) 200-8450.
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