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When you name an event in Las Vegas Martini Time, you'd better serve a drink.

Tina, where's my martini?

January 28th, 2010

When you name an event in Las Vegas Martini Time, you'd better serve a drink.

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    Forrest Griffin changed up his signature song and earned a victory over Tito Oritz at UFC 106.

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    Mexican Independence Day is just around the corner and concert venues and clubs around Las Vegas are bringing in the big guns to celebrate. Famous ...

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    From the first lines of “God Loves Ugly” to the last chants of “let it shine,” indie-rap outfit Atmosphere owned the House of Blues on ...

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    So far I am three for three. I’ve been volunteering and working at the CineVegas Film Festival for the past three years and each year ...

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    The CineVegas film festival, June 10-15, brings out the celebrity hound in all of us with Hollywood stars and top-notch actors descending upon Las Vegas ...

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    Hold onto your acupuncture needles and age-defying moisturizers, diva extraordinaire and Las Vegas headliner Cher is turning 63 Wednesday.

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    "O." "Ka." "Zumanity." "Mystére." "Love." And yes, "Believe." With six of Cirque du Soleil’s 10 resident shows holed up in Las Vegas casinos, there is ...

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    Flo Rida is headed to Vegas and he’s bringing his video cameras with him.

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    Say goodbye to the shoulders shaking into a seductive frenzy, to the tassels, the live band and that fabulous wall of pearl beads that miraculously ...

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    In the wake of Jillian’s closure, new music venues seem to be coming out of the woodwork. The 305 Club opened and restaurants like Casa ...

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    On New Year's Eve, everyone wants a piece of Oscar Goodman. Follow his travels from 5 p.m. to midnight as Vegas toasts the new year.

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    Here's a guide to glitterati — where celebrities will see and be seen in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve.

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    A look at where the celebrities are partying this weekend on the Las Vegas Strip.

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    Aging stoners, variety show wackiness and Jerry Seinfeld. The 2008 Comedy Festival promises to be so funny you'll cry, just don't forget the tissue.

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    Imagine being dumped in the drunk tank because you have cerebral palsy and the cops think you’re drunk. Comedian Josh Blue, winner of the fourth ...

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    Under a row of signed drums and cymbals from artists like Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd, local boys Panic at the Disco signed their way ...

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    Maybe this all didn’t happen Wednesday night. Maybe, on my walk through the parking garage leading to The Mirage, someone flung a brick at my ...

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    One source said the cuts directly hit non-revenue-generating entities—the Learning Village, music programs and the Window at the Ogden.

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    “[J]ust like any startup,” Hsieh wrote, “[DTP] has gone through the same range of ups and downs that we went through at Zappos—just twice as ...

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    This is a collage of decadence, greed, and missing leadership.

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    The Dot-Vegas gods want you to think their crappy real estate is the next Fifth Avenue. ... It’s not Fifth Avenue. It’s Siberia.

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    The Aria nightspot opened shortly after the resort in December 2009.

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    He's got some pretty strong feelings about the ice bucket challenge, too.

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    Linkin Park, John Legend, The Deftones and ticket presale also included in Times Square announcement.

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    It's about more than the cut. It's camaraderie, indulgence, relaxation and debate—and it leaves you thinking, damn, I look good.

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    "I figured we’d make something, and at worst it would be better than Project Runway."

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    The chef closed his landmark Fleur de Lys restaurant in San Francisco earlier this year.

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    Wynn's five-day Diamond Extravagance party package includes a first dance choreographed by Le Rêve performers and more.

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    The team behind the Dragon Grille food truck specializes in Hawaiian-style chicken tenders.

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    From hot buttered rum to apple ciders with a kick, the social space's hot drinks are the perfect hand warmers.

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    Identical twin tap dancers Sean and John are now holding down the stage in Absinthe: "Tap dancing is a form of percussion, and I’m just ...

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    Debuting Smith Galtney's new pop-culture column, Cultural Attachment.

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    The popular LA burger joint and the new Asian concept from José Andrés are the most approachable eateries at the new Strip casino.

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    Also, a beer fest at Cosmo and Artifice puts on a Pride Prom.

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    The Downtown bar partnered with nearby O Face Doughnuts for the new dessert cocktail.

  • Dining News

    From Taste of the Nation to LuckyRice to Foodie Fest, get ready to get full this month.