If you tune in to KXNT-AM 840 from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m., you’ll hear Casey slot gacor daughter on the air every morning.
Kerri Kasem joins the Las Vegas morning show to co-host with Alan Stock. She was most recently broadcasting at KLSX in Los Angeles.
KXNT is also home to Rush Limbaugh (9 a.m. to noon), Dr. Laura (noon to 3 p.m.), and Sean Hannity (3 p.m. to 6 p.m.).
For those outside the listening area, you can also hear a live streaming version at their website.
Composer/lyricist Jerry Herman, the man behind such musicals as Hello Dolly!, La Cage Aux Folles, Mame, Parade, Mack and Mabel, and many others, will be in town for a concert and seminar at UNLV’s Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall.
Sponsored by the ASCAP Foundation, the Jerry Herman Legacy Series runs Oct. 19-21. In addition to the concert/seminar by Herman, master classes will also be offered in musical theater performance.
In 1999, Herman was commissioned by Steve Wynn to write a Broadway-style musical for The Mirage called Miss Spectacular. It was never ultimately produced, but you can catch some of the songs during the concert.
Ticket prices are $35, $50, and $80 and can be purchased at the UNLV Performing Arts Center Box Office and UNLVTickets.com.
First mentioned a couple months ago, we received an update.
Those attending conventions in Las Vegas can now avoid lines at the airport by checking in luggage and receiving boarding passes at the Convention Center.
You actually do not need to be a guest of The Venetian nor an actual convention attendee.
The service costs $20 and is currently only available for Southwest at Airport Speed Check Advance kiosks at the Convention Center from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority hopes to increase the service to other carriers soon.
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid has amended ethics reports to now account for the $1.1 million land deal he recently scored… for property he hadn’t owned in three years.
Reid was previously contacted by The Associated Press and when pressed for a reason why, he hung up on them.
Not accounting for the deal appears to violate Senate ethics rules, which requires all transactions and investments to be fully disclosed.
A few days after The AP contacted him, Reid amended his financial disclosure form to now show the sale of the land.
Next week’s New Yorker has a fun article by Nick Paumgarten, who describes how Steve Wynn’s elbow was responsible for $40 million worth of damage to a Picasso.
Wynn owns Picasso’s “Le Reve” (pictured above), which is his favorite painting and which the show at Wynn Las Vegas is named after. He was planning to sell it to billionaire collector Steven Cohen for $139 million, what would be a sales record for a piece of artwork.
The deal was as good as signed, sealed, and delivered, until Wynn showed the painting to friends in town (including writer/director Nora Ephron, who writes personally about her experience being offended by the painting’s penis-shaped face). As he showed it, he accidentally gestured his hand a little too close to the painting, and his right elbow went right through Marie-Therese Walter’s left forearm.
According to Ephron, he told his guests, “Oh shit. Look what I’ve done.”
“Thank God it was me,” Wynn said. Ephron said everyone else was left speechless.
Wynn’s wife Elaine considered it an omen to not part with the painting.
Though an art restorer said he could repair it as good as new, Wynn decided to keep the painting.