Monte Carlo's Lance Burton keeps packing them
in with his superb show...People are saying that Trent Carlini's
Elvis is THAT GOOD at the Boardwalk Casino...Venetian's "First Lady of
Magic," Melinda, is picking up many new fans...Steve
Wyrick's "Magic to the Extreme" stops audiences daily at the
Sahara, especially as he makes the plane disappear...
The Imperial Palace's Kabuki Lounge continues to keep the beat
just inside the front doors of the center-"Strip" casino with the return of the
fun-filled, energetic show of May & Murray, performing 9
p.m. to 2 a.m. nightly through October 27. Stuart May and
Mariellen Murray have performed seperately in most of the major
showrooms in both Las Vegas and Atlantic City, but when they got together
to perform, it was a special kind of magic, one that keeps the audience in
tune to fun. Don't miss the hot singing and dancing of May &
Murray, who just might get you involved in the show too, nightly in the Kabuki
Lounge. Naked City performs the early show from 4:30
to 8:30 p.m through October 28...
Joe Trammel reportedly is the first man to ever
perform in the Riviera's "Crazy Girls"...Guest of honor at the Hebrew Academy's
gala at the Venetian will be Dr. Miriam & Mr. Sheldon
Adelson...Look for Don Usherson to return to his
weekly TV show any week now...
A recent guest on our Chicago radio show was Lt.
Governor Lorraine Hunt (she heads up the N.R.A./NHLA/NHF) who told us
that her group will sponsor a USO-style event November 1 at Caesar's
Palace. For info, call (702) 878-2313...
Connie Ross and Gary Campbell's
yearly trek to broadcast "Backstage Live" from the Shakespeare Festival
in Cedar City, Utah, is a super-charged P.R. jaunt...Congratulations to
Sen. Harry Reid and Paul Anka, named
"America's Gaming Greats" by the American Gaming Association.
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