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Drag pioneer Kenny Kerr will be remembered for opening doors in Las Vegas

Drag pioneer Kenny Kerr will be remembered for opening doors in Las Vegas



New Liberace Museum will be called LEE: the Liberace Entertainment Experience

New Liberace Museum will be called LEE: the Liberace Entertainment Experience


Is Britney Spears in a bidding war for a Las Vegas headliner run?


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Is Britney Spears in a bidding war for a Las Vegas headliner run?

http://ow.ly/gIiG7 

Yes. That really is Mike Tyson with a pigeon.
Tyson, the former heavyweight champion who breeds pigeons at his Las Vegas-area home, is preparing for a new show — about himself.
Set to debut April 13 at MGM Grand’s Hollywood Theatre is “Mike  Tyson: Undisputed Truth — Live on Stage.”
Las Vegas Sun columnist John Katsilometes sat with Tyson at his home to get an idea of what Tyson will be talking about and to see what life is like for him now.
(Photo by Steve Marcus / Las Vegas Sun)

Yes. That really is Mike Tyson with a pigeon.

Tyson, the former heavyweight champion who breeds pigeons at his Las Vegas-area home, is preparing for a new show — about himself.

Set to debut April 13 at MGM Grand’s Hollywood Theatre is “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth — Live on Stage.”

Las Vegas Sun columnist John Katsilometes sat with Tyson at his home to get an idea of what Tyson will be talking about and to see what life is like for him now.

(Photo by Steve Marcus / Las Vegas Sun)

Emilio Muscelli served in the Italian Army in World War II, got a job in New York City as a dishwasher, but became captain of waiters at the famed Copacabana night club, where he waited on “Prime Minister of the Underworld” Frank Costello, then head of the Genovese crime family.
He then came to Las Vegas and was a maitre d’ during the city’s golden age. He knew Frank Sinatra, worked with the mob and Elvis, partied with reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes and was befriended by  billionaire hotelier Kirk Kerkorian, singer Bobby Darin and actor Cary  Grant, among many others.
Today, Muscelli, 89, enjoys retirement in his stately home on the fifth  hole of the Las Vegas Country Club golf course, where he has resided for  39 years. He still drives a car, surfs the Internet and tries to get in  nine or 18 holes of golf each day.
And he’s sharing his stories.
(Photo by Christopher DeVargas / Las Vegas Sun)

Emilio Muscelli served in the Italian Army in World War II, got a job in New York City as a dishwasher, but became captain of waiters at the famed Copacabana night club, where he waited on “Prime Minister of the Underworld” Frank Costello, then head of the Genovese crime family.

He then came to Las Vegas and was a maitre d’ during the city’s golden age. He knew Frank Sinatra, worked with the mob and Elvis, partied with reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes and was befriended by billionaire hotelier Kirk Kerkorian, singer Bobby Darin and actor Cary Grant, among many others.

Today, Muscelli, 89, enjoys retirement in his stately home on the fifth hole of the Las Vegas Country Club golf course, where he has resided for 39 years. He still drives a car, surfs the Internet and tries to get in nine or 18 holes of golf each day.

And he’s sharing his stories.

(Photo by Christopher DeVargas / Las Vegas Sun)