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Bringing Down The Curtain: Studio 54

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      After more than 14 remarkable years on the Las Vegas Strip, Studio 54 at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino will close Sunday, Feb. 5. The legendary nightclub will celebrate its success with an unforgettable bash Saturday, Feb. 4.
      Info: MGMGrand.com

January 31, 2012   No Comments

In Case You Missed It…

January 31, 2012   No Comments

Now That’s Some Lineup

    So who’s the blond?
    This select group of former Major Leaguers and Hall of Famers gathered for dinner Sunday at N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms Casino Resort in Vegas. How about this lineup: Reggie Jackson; Randy Johnson; Bo Jackson; John Smoltz; Ozzie Smith; Wade Boggs; Gary Sheffield; David Wells; Trevor Hoffman; Joe Carter; Rob Dibble; and Harold Reynolds.
    Image courtesy of Palms Casino Resort

January 31, 2012   No Comments

Meltdown

    Golfer Kyle Stanley had a major 1 at Torrey Pines on Sunday. I wouldn’t even wish that on my worst enemy,” he said.
    Devil Ball Golf

January 29, 2012   No Comments

7 Up

    For the 7th consecutive time, Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal. This time Djokovic prevailed in a 5-set classic (5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 7-5) to capture the Australian Open earlier today in Melbourne. The match took five hours and 53 minutes and was the longest Grand Slam final since the Open Era started in 1968 and the longest Australian Open match in history.
    SI.com

January 29, 2012   No Comments

Tiger Can’t Roll With Rock

    That’s rock as in Robert Rock, a little-known Englishman and former driving range pro, who showed Tiger Woods he still has work to do.
    Golf.com

January 29, 2012   No Comments

Greg Cook: 1946-2012

    The former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback passed Friday from complications of pneumonia. He was only 65.
    Cincinnati.com

January 29, 2012   No Comments

Dishing Up Another Super Bowl

The Las Vegas Sin meets the L.A. Temptation on Sunday in Ontario, Calif., for the right to represent the Western Conference in Lingerie Bowl IX on Super Bowl Sunday.
Las Vegas Sun

January 28, 2012   No Comments

Vegas: Reading Palms

Bow Wow performed a few songs, including his new hit single “Sweat,” at Rain Nightclub at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on Friday night. The rapper indulged in some Ciroc Coconut, Patron and Coronas throughout the evening.
Also in the house: Carlos Rogers of the 49ers, hanging out with a small group. Rogers and his party sipped champagne and vodka.
Images courtesy of Joe Fury/9 Group Las Vegas and Palms Casino Resort

January 28, 2012   No Comments

What Took So Long?

    So, the Lakers are interested in Gilbert Arenas?
    Hoopsworld

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