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“The Biggest Tattoo Show On Earth” Makes an Indelible Mark at the Mirage Convention Center

The Biggest Tattoo Show on Earth, the world’s premier tattoo convention, took place this year at the Mirage Resort and Casino from Friday, October 26 to Sunday, October 28, 2012.

Hundreds of vendors set up shop inside the Mirage's Convention Center where anything and everything related to the tattoo industry were showcased including tattoo equipment and techniques, permanent cosmetics, body piercing, laser removal, the latest fashions trends, jewelry, artwork and many more.  An array of tattoo stations featured some of the greatest tattoo artists in the world that were available, ready, and willing to perform their craft on attendees eager to have their body used as a canvass as an expressive work of art.

Tattoo enthusiasts ranging from people of all ages, ethnicities and genders were in attendance, many of whom took part in competitions where a panel of judges chose the best tattoos in various categories. There were young men and women, mom and pops and their kids and seniors displaying all sorts of designs ranging in categories such as fantasy, celebrity and/or pop icons, landscapes, flowers, as well as patriotic or religious symbols etched on their bodies, which doesn't come cheap. Getting a tattoo can be pretty costly, depending on many factors including the artist's hourly rate and the placement of the tattoo, the design, colors and size.  Some people have even gone so far as to have their face and head tattooed, which seems to be the latest, growing trend.  Better than writing about the event, let the below photo gallery speak for itself. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.

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Paradise Road Temporarily Renamed Paradise City Road in Honor of Guns N' Roses First-Ever Residency At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

On Monday, Oct. 29, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, AEG Live and Clark County welcomed Guns N’ Roses to Las Vegas by temporarily declaring Paradise Road as Paradise City Road in honor of the band’s first-ever residency Appetite for Democracy. The street pays tribute to Guns N’ Roses record-breaking single “Paradise City” and will keep its new name through the band’s run at The Joint, Wednesday, Oct. 31 – Saturday, Nov. 24.

A crowd of fans gathered to witness the unique occasion and cheer on the legendary group. Guests of honor included Guns N’ Roses band members DJ Ashba, Dizzy Reed, Tommy Stinson, Richard Fortus, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Chris Pitman and Frank Ferrer.

Photo credit: Erik Kabik/© Erik Kabik Photography

Frank Ferrer, Richard Fortus, Bumblefoot, Chris Pitman, DizzyReed, DJ Ashba
Photo credit: Erik Kabik/© Erik Kabik Photography

Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow led the ceremony by declaring the street to be temporarily named Paradise City Road and presenting Guns N’ Roses with an official street sign. AEG Live Las Vegas’ Vice President John Nelson and Marketing Director Suzanne Richardson and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s Chief Operations Officer Jody Lake and Vice President of Entertainment Paul Davis all gave a few remarks about the groundbreaking residency. Following cheers from the crowd, each band member made a statement thanking Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas and all of their fans for their support.

Guns N’ Roses takes over Sin City with their first-ever residency Appetite for Democracy at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Each night, the band will perform an electrifying show featuring a set list created exclusively for The Joint. Appetite for Democracy will span the band’s biggest hits from their debut album Appetite for Destruction (1987) through their platinum-selling record Chinese Democracy (2008). Exact details about the show are being kept under wraps but fans can expect the raw and gritty heavy metal Guns N’ Roses is known for along with a few surprise elements. Produced exclusively by AEG Live, Appetite for Democracy is unlike any show the band has ever done before or will ever do again.

Ticket prices start at $45 (plus applicable services fees).

Hard Rock Cafe Receives Art from Michael Godard and Visit from America's Got Talent Live in Las Vegas Stars in Support of Pinktober

Rockstar artist Michael Godard and America’s Got Talent Live in Las Vegas stars, Joe Castillo, Spencer Horsman and Tom Cotter were on hand at the Hard Rock Cafe on Las Vegas Blvd. on Monday, Oct. 29, in support of the brand’s 13th annual PINKTOBER™ breast cancer awareness campaign.Michael Godard, donated a special breast cancer awareness piece of art titled “Angel Hair.” The piece will be donated to the Pink Heals Foundation and will be auctioned off with all proceeds going to a local charity for cancer research.

Also making an appearance to show their support were stars from America’s Got Talent Live in Las Vegas, including comedian Tom Cotter, sand artist Joe Castillo and escape artist Spencer Horsman.  The threesome was shopping for limited-edition merchandise which includes a PINKTOBER 2012 T-shirt, bracelet, pin and more.

Proceeds from the sale of PINKTOBER™ merchandise benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and The Caron Keating Foundation (U.K.) with 75 percent of the retail price of each pin and 15 percent of the retail price of other products going directly to the cause.The Hard Rock Cafes in Vegas continue supporting the community through a wide range of philanthropic activities.  For the month of October, Hard Rock Cafes in Las Vegas, NV organized various events to donate and raise money for Pink Heals Foundation and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®.

Hard Rock Cafe General Manager Greg Thomas and Michael Godard.
Photo credit: Gabe Ginsberg

America’s Got Talent Stars, left to right, Spencer Horsman, Joe Castillo, Tom Cotter.
Photo credit: Gabe Ginsberg

Olate Dogs Adopt Two Furry Friends during Visit to The Animal Foundation with America’s Got Talent Live In Las Vegas Cast Members

Cast members from America’s Got Talent Live In Las Vegas visited The Animal Foundation Thursday, October 25 to kick off a new partnership and awareness campaign. Million-dollar AGT winners Olate Dogs and runner-up Tom Cotter took part in a tour of the facility and a meet-and-greet with donors, staff and visitors. Richard and Nick Olate even managed to find two new members for their famous four-legged team, adopting Kilo and Snowball, rescues they met during their tour.

Tom Cotter and Richard, Nick and Bella Olate

Richard Olate with new dog

Tom Cotter

"We saw them and immediately fell in love,” said Nick. “There are so many dogs out there that need homes and The Animal Foundation does a great job of connecting wonderful pets with suitable owners.”

The visit is part of an ongoing partnership between America’s Got Talent Live In Las Vegas and The Animal Foundation, dedicated to making a difference in the lives of animals in the Las Vegas Valley. The Animal Foundation is accepting donations for new/used linens, dog/cat treats, leashes, collars, etc. and all donors will receive a special ticket offer valid for performances of America’s Got Talent Live In Las Vegas at The Palazzo through November 17.

Headliners & Caesars Entertainment Employees Holds Battle of the Bras Fashion Show to Support Fight Against Breast Cancer

Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts raised nearly $9,000 for the American Cancer Society during its third-annual Battle of the Bras Fashion Show and auction held at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Thursday, Oct. 25. The competition was the culmination of a month-long initiative in which Caesars Entertainment employees, Strip headliners and local media got out their glue guns and beads to decorate bras in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The whimsical event was hosted by Daena Kramer (DK) of the Dave and Mahoney morning show on X107.5 FM.

The casts of PEEPSHOW, Tony’n Tinas Wedding, Donn Arden’s Jubilee!, Chippendales, X Burlesque and Show in the Sky submitted uniquely hand-crafted designs alongside a handful of local media partners, including Greenspun Media Group, CBS Radio, KVEG Hot 97.5 FM, and Stacey Donaldson, Stefanie Jay and Olivia Fierro of Fox 5.

A record 61 bras were submitted by Caesars Entertainment employees, decorated with boa feathers, ribbon, glitter, beads, inspiring words of faith, hope and courage, and even poker chips and Life Savers candies. The top 18 employee submissions were showcased on the catwalk alongside the media and entertainer designs. Las Vegas Sun Columnist John Katsilometes and cast members from PEEPSHOW, Jubilee! and X Burlesque joined a line-up of Caesars Entertainment executives to model the bras in front of more than 100 Caesars Entertainment employees and guests. Bras designed by entertainers and local media were auctioned to the highest bidders following the show.

Greenspun Media group’s design, modeled by Katsilometes, featured white lights and dozens of handmade roses created from several of its publications; the bra sold for $250. Kramer’s bra design, boasting the popular black and yellow X107.5 FM logo outlined by dozens of shiny gems, sold for $525. A colorful weather-themed bra created by Fox 5 Chief Meteorologist Stacy Donaldson sold for a whopping $800. Last year’s highest bid was $230 for a bra created and signed by PEEPSHOW star, Holly Madison.

A portion of the bras decorated for this year’s Battle of the Bras event were generously donated by Frederick’s of Hollywood at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. All monies raised by the event were donated to the American Cancer Society.

Paul Baker, assistant general manager of Flamingo Las Vegas, strikes a pose in a fancy pink handmade bra adorned with boa feathers during the third-annual Battle of the Bras fashion in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Regional President of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino David Hoenemeyer and Daena Kramer of the Dave and Mahoney morning show on X 107.5 FM, beckon bidders during the live auction.

LINQ Vice President and General Manager Jon Gray rouses the audience in this bedazzled brassiere decorated and signed by the cast of Jersey Boys.
Photo credit: Cashman Photo

PBR Built Ford Tough World Finals VIP Reception

To help kick off the PBR Built Ford Tough World Finals, a VIP Reception was held on Sunday, October 21 at Gold Diggers, the premier nightclub overlooking the Fremont Street Experience, inside the Golden Nugget.  During the event, guests had an opportunity to meet and mingle with six of the PBR finalists, while enjoying complimentary food and drinks and listening to the boot stompin’ tunes of the Country Superstars band.

Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Country Superstars Band
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Brendon Clark
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Colby Yates
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Flint Rasmussen, Shorty Gorham, Ross Coleman, Colby Yates, Luke Snyder and Brendon Clark
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Roy Hammock as Willie Nelson
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Members of The Ford Invasion team on hand were:  Shorty Gorham, Ross Coleman (UNLV Alumna, and PBR Hall of Fame honoree),  Luke Snyder, Singer Colby Yates (who recently retired from the PBR), Brendon Clark (one of the few Australians competing in the PBR),  and Flint Rasmussen - PBR's exclusive entertainer.

For the 19th year in a row, the world’s top bull riders and the fiercest bucking bulls convened in Las Vegas on Oct. 24-28 for the world's richest bull riding event, the 2012 Built Ford Tough World Finals at the Thomas and Mack Center. The World Finals have a total purse of $2.2 million, including a $1 million bonus to the 2012 PBR World Champion, who also receives the coveted World Champion buckle.

Marquee Hosts Charity Event to Support Noah's Animal House

Marquee Cares, the charitable arm of Marquee Las Vegas, hosted Barquee on the evening of Thursday, October 18 at Marquee Dayclub at the Cosmopolitan in support of Noah’s Animal House, a local organization which was celebrating its 5th anniversary. The mission of Noah's Animal House is to provide on site shelter and care for pets of the clients of The Shade Tree, who are victims of domestic violence.  In the past 5 years the shelter has provided over 48,0000 boarding nights for 600 pets.

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The outdoor roof deck experience gave animal lovers and dog owners a chance to mingle poolside, while their furry companions made friends and nibbled on tasty treats. Guests enjoyed complimentary margaritas for the first hour, a doggie open bar with treats and refreshments, gift bags and giveaways with goodies from local pet businesses. The only requirements for the canines to participate in this event was that could not weigh no more than 25 pounds and be on a leash.

The free event offered guests many chances to donate to this worthy cause including “texting to give” by dialing 501501 and $10 directly going to the foundation. Donations as well as cabana and grand cabana rentals benefited the cause with 100% of the proceeds supporting Noah’s Animal House.

Additional recent and upcoming “happenings” in and around Las Vegas include:

Saturday night, October 20, ONE REPUBLIC gave a spectacular performance for thousands of fans, wrapping up the celebration for the grand opening of the D Las Vegas – Sin City’s newest casino in downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience. One Republic’s concert was the conclusion of a weeklong mega-celebration to commemorate the grand opening of the D Las Vegas. Bret Michaels kicked off the celebration the previous Saturday.

One Republic
Photo credit: Isaac Brekken, Getty/WireImage

Ryan Tedder

Photo credit: Isaac Brekken, Getty/WireImage

One Republic
Photo credit: Isaac Brekken, Getty/WireImage

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino expanded its culinary offerings with the addition of 福FU, an Asian dining destination bringing good fortune to patrons starting Monday, Oct. 29.  Meaning the word “luck” in English, 福Fú features a unique fusion of Asian fare such as noodle dishes and the popular dim sum. The menu will offer authentic Chinese cuisine with additional regional inspirations including Korean, Vietnamese and Thai.

It's been an amazing year for MURRAY, the magician. He is the ONLY headliner currently performing at the Tropicana Hotel where he celebrated his 6 month anniversary on Nov. 1, 2012 at The Laugh Factory.  The children series he filmed a year ago called 'The Jadagrace Show' where he plays no other than 'Murray the Magician' will start airing the series on CBS early February 2013. Murray also just filmed a guest spot on Top Gear USA and is currently filming the French hit series Les Ch'tis Vegas (Very similar to the show The Real World - MTV here in the USA).  To top it off, he recently married  Chloe Crawford, one of the prettiest showgirls in Las Vegas.


Murray and Chloe

Park Place Infiniti will be the official “Park Place” sponsor of The Adoption Exchange’s upcoming fundraising event, “A Monopolizing Evening, Monopoly® to Benefit The Adoption Exchange” on Friday, Nov. 2, at 6 p.m., at the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas located at 710 W. Lake Mead Blvd., in North Las Vegas.

A non-profit organization, The Adoption Exchange believes every child deserves a family and serves as the connection between children who wait in foster care and families who adopt. The Monopoly® event will help the charity find “forever families” for local foster children waiting to be adopted, including more than 1,100 children waiting in foster care in Nevada.

“We are very proud to support this worthy cause,” said Stephen James, general manager of Park Place Infiniti. “So many of our customers are families. We look forward to the opportunity to connect foster children with forever families through this special event.”

The Adoption Exchange’s Monopoly® event will include a silent auction, cocktail reception, dinner, recognitions and a one-hour Monopoly® tournament. For ticket information, call 702-436-6335, or visit

Country music hit-maker MARK CHESTNUTT takes the stage at Veil Pavilion inside Silverton Casino Hotel on Friday, November 2 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25 General Admission.

Friends of Metro Search and Rescue Las Vegas will host its popular BALLOON FESTIVAL AND CARNIVAL Nov. 2 through 4 from 5 a.m to 10 p.m at Southern Hills Hospital, 9300 W. Sunset Road. The event is expected to attract nearly 20,000 attendees with approximately 30 hot air balloons on display. Families will be able to get up close and personal with the hot air balloons and their pilots.

In addition to the beautiful hot air balloons, there will be live entertainment, food vendors, carnival rides and games, as well as a live rescue demonstration by Las Vegas’ very own Metro Search and Rescue Unit, formed in 1986 to provide a technical rescue service to the community of Las Vegas.

Entrance is FREE.

In honor of Veterans Day, Comedy-Magician Mac King is saying thanks to all veterans and active military personnel by offering two free tickets to The Mac King Comedy Magic Show. Nov. 5 – 17. King, one of today’s brightest and most talented magicians, takes the stage twice daily, Tuesday – Saturday, at 1 and 3 p.m. in the Showroom Theater inside Harrah’s Las Vegas. Just show your VIC ID (Veteran Identification Card), DAV ID card (Disabled American Veterans ID) or Common Access Card (CAC) at the Box Office at Harrah’s Las Vegas to receive two free tickets.

SPANK! makes its debut at the Crown Theater inside Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino from Tuesday, Nov. 6 – Saturday, Nov. 10. All shows begin at 10 p.m.  The new show is a musical parody of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the risqué novel which recently surpassed “Harry Potter” to become the fastest-selling paperback of all time. Michael Mills, producer of SPANK!, says audience members can expect “A laugh-filled evening that captures all the escapist fun and absurdity of the novel. The Fifty Shades characters are brought to life with sexy and fun musical numbers.” “SPANK! is an original and ingenious take on what has become one of the most popular books in the world,” said Adam Steck, founder and CEO of SPI Entertainment. “It’s unlike anything Vegas audiences have seen.”

Tickets for SPANK! are available for $39 and $49 plus tax and applicable fees. Guests must be 18 years or older.

STRIP COMEDY, described as “uncensored and undressed improv” will begin its run November 7, 2012 at The Lounge inside Palms Casino Resort. Presented by Anthony Cools, Strip Comedy, this wild, down and dirty show follows two teams of improv actors going head-to-head in comedic games where everyone wins and nothing is off limits. The audience gets in on a big piece of the action, participating throughout the night in this fully improvised show created from their suggestions. The high-energy audience also judges the scenes, deciding which team takes each round and the live human scorecard, aka super hot chicks, keep tally on the wins. Similar to strip poker, each win allows the “scorecard” to remove an item of clothing – eventually leaving one lovely lady almost baring all and thus winning the game for her team.Strip Comedy runs nightly (dark Mondays and Tuesdays) beginning November 7, 2012 at 8 p.m. inside The Lounge at the Palms. Tickets are on sale now for $39.95

On the heels of successfully opening the first Strip-based location at Las Vegas Boulevard and Harmon Avenue, TROPICAL SMOOTHIE CAFE is set to open at Excalibur Hotel Casino on November 7. Later this year, TSC will open a stand-alone location in North Las Vegas at Craig and Commerce, complete with a 24-hour drive thru. In addition to opening several new locations, as part of TSC’s active philanthropic efforts, all Valley wide locations of the quick service smoothie brand will launch “Caring for Kids” a toy and gift card drive for the Boys & Girls Club of Las Vegas. All area TSC’s will collect new unopened toys and pre-loaded gift cards November 29 through December 7.

TSC also recently completed a “Coats for Kids” drive, collecting more than 6,000 new or gently used coats and sweaters for The Salvation Army.

Arturo Fuente Cigars will celebrate 100 years in the cigar business on Saturday, November 10 at Casa Fuente inside The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.  The Fuente Family invites  all cigar lovers to join them for an evening toasting to the first 100 years and Destino Al Siglo which translates to “the next 100 years.

Occurring over Cigar Aficionado’s Big Smoke Weekend, the Fuente Family will be on hand to cut a celebratory cake as well as light up special cigars in honor of the milestone achievement with friends and fans.

Also during Big Smoke weekend, the Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey team will be on hand Friday, November 9 and Saturday, November 10 from 4-6 p.m. to engrave personalized bottles of the limited edition Casa Fuente Single Barrel Whiskey.  A portion the proceeds from each bottle will benefit Cigar Family Charitable Foundation helping at risk children in the Dominican Republic.

The UNLV Opera Theater is proud to present Henry Purcell’s “THE FAIRY QUEEN” at 7:30pm on Thurs., Nov. 8 and Fri., Nov. 9, and at 1pm on Sat., Nov. 10 in the Paul Harris Theater of Alta Ham Fine Arts. Linda Lister directs, with Jae Ahn Benton on piano.

The Nevada Conservatory Theatre at UNLV continues its 10th anniversary Alternative Season Nov. 9 with David Lindsay-Abaire’s “RABBIT HOLE” in the Black Box Theatre. Ann-Marie Pereth directs. “Rabbit Hole” depicts the life-altering experience one has when a family member dies. The show, which offers a sad, but sweet emotional release, mixes wit, insightfulness, compassion and honesty during an in-depth examination of grief.

Show times are at 8 p.m. on November 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, and 17. Matinees are at 2 p.m. on Nov. 11 and 18. Tickets are $15 for adults, and $13.50 for those under 18.

Nobel Prize winning author Eugene O’Neill's, 3 act comedy play “AH, WiILDERNESS!“ is being staged by the Department of Fine Arts at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) on Nov. 9, 10, 16, and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 11 and 18 at 2 p.m. Performances are in the Nicholas J. Horn Theatre on the Cheyenne campus. Director Douglas H. Baker is working with a talented cast of 15 CSN students. Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.

The Joe Williams UNLV Jazz Scholarship Fundraising Concert, featuring the UNLV Jazz Ensemble I and special guests Clint Holmes, Pia Zadora, Pete Barbutti, The Cunninghams, Earl Turner, Jobelle Yonely, Laura Taylor, Ronnie Rose, and many other special guests, will be held at 2pm on Sunday, November 11 in Artemus Ham Concert Hall. Tickets are $20 and available at or by calling 895-ARTS (2787).

Celebrity Sightings:

Tues., Oct. 16...

Legendary NBA superstar, Michael Jordan was spotted Las Vegas Strip’s newest restaurant, Javier’s at ARIA Resort & Casino in CityCenter.

Thurs, Oct.18...

Another NBA superstar Kobe Bryant also enjoyed Javier’s regionally inspired fine Mexican cuisine.

Friday night, Oct. 19...

"The Hills" star Heidi Montag hosted the three year anniversary celebration  of Crazy Horse III Gentlemen's Club.

Heidi Montag shows off Crazy Horse III’s Three Year Anniversary cake.
Photo credit:
Denise Truscello/WireImage

Heidi Montag shows off playful side while partying at Crazy Horse III.
Photo credit:
Denise Truscello/WireImage

Hip hop legend Nas celebrated the release of his new album "Life is Good" at TAO. He fueled up for the night with friends in the restaurant and was greeted by TAO's Executive Chef Michael Armstrong who sent a selection of signature dishes to the table.

After dinner, they  made their way into the packed nightclub and DJ Ross One announced Nas' arrival to a cheering crowd.

At Marquee NHL legend Sean Avery hosted  the official GLAAD #spiritday party, speaking out against bullying and showing support for LGBT youth.  Avery dined at TAO before heading to Marquee where he held court for a private party in the club’s Boom Box Room.

Afterwards, he made his way to the main room to take in the sounds of headline DJ Dirty South.

Miss Nevada 2012 Randi Sundquist also joined the party in the Boom Box Room.

Zach Gilford bachelor party
Photo credit: Al Powers/Powers Imagery

Redfoo at Tao
Photo credit: Al Powers/Powers Imagery

The MTV cast of “Teen Wolf” gathered in Las Vegas to celebrate Tyler Posey’s 21st birthday. The show’s lead actor was surrounded by his closest pals and castmates including Dylan O’Brien (Stiles), Holland Roden (Lydia), and Colton Haynes (Jackson), starting the evening with dinner at Botero before moving to Tryst nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas for the big celebration. They kick started the evening with shots of Patron as DJ Spider interrupted the music to wish the young star a happy birthday.

In homage to Tyler’s supernatural character, Spider dropped Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” as 20 of the club’s gorgeous model servers came marching through the crowd, glow sticks in hand, to deliver a three-tiered birthday cake.

The mysterious couple of the night was Holland and Colton, who refused to be captured by the cameras and opted to snuggle in the hidden corners of the luxurious venue instead.

Tyler Posey with his mother and brother
Photo credit: Gabe Ginsburg/Erik Kabik Photography.

Richard Beynan and Tyler Posey
Photo credit: Gabe Ginsburg/Erik Kabik Photography.

Tyler Posey with birthday cake
Photo credit: Gabe Ginsburg/Erik Kabik Photography.

Saturday night, Oct. 20...

Jessica Stroup from the hit TV series 90210  celebrated her 26th birthday at  PURE Nightclub inside of Caesars Palace. Stroup was accompanied by an entourage, which included her mother Judy Stroup and brother Dave Stroup. Later in the evening, she was presented with an adorable pink and turquoise birthday cake. After the birthday cake presentation, Stroup along with her group partied and danced the night away to the beats spun by resident DJ Shift and DJ Cyberkid.

Earlier in the night, Stroup and her guests were spotted having dinner at Social House inside Crystals at CityCenter.

Jessica Stroup
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik/RETNA/

Jessica Stroup with her birthday cake
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik/RETNA/

Jessica Stroup with DJ Shift and DJ Cyberkid
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik/RETNA/

Actor Zac Efron was spotted at Marquee nightclub inside The Cosmopolitan.

Sunday, Oct. 21, Korean rapper PSY performed his No. 1 hit  “Gangnam Style”  at REHAB at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

In addition to PSY, the cast of K-Town, a dynamic reality TV show that follows the lives of Asian Americans that reside in Koreatown, Los Angeles, Rev Run, DJ Ruckus, DJ Eric D-Lux, DJ Shift and DJ Wellman were also in appearance.

Photo Credit:  © Erik Kabik/

PSY performs #1 hit 'Gangnam Style'
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Monday night, Oct. 22...

Rock band One Republic was spotted dining at the Asian Bistro, TAO.

Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps was spotted picking up DJ tips at Wynn Las Vegas from David Guetta and Afrojack following his Olympic retirement. He was seen at XS nightclub learning from the best of the best, Steve Aoki, during his monthly residency, Dim Mak Mondays.

As one of the most passionate and entertaining performers in electronic dance music, Aoki showed Phelps the ropes behind his personal style, from crowd surfing, to jumping on top of the booth, to his signature Aoki jump that has become famous through social media.

Steve Aoki and Michael Phelps
Photo Credit: Danny Mahoney/XS Nightclub.

Friday, Oct. 26...

Switchfoot started off its weekend of back-to-back shows at Vinyl inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Switchfoot at Vinyl
Photo credit: Erik Kabik/Hard Rock Casino

Opener Paper Route shared its indie tunes as the audience geared up for the upcoming headliner.

The top bull riders in the world celebrated the PBR World Finals with the official draft party at PBR Rock Bar & Grill inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Top riders in attendance included LJ Jenkins, Guilherme Marchi, Chris Shivers and Silvano Alves.

Felice Garcia and her band rocked out to hits by Carrie Underwood as the crowd anxiously anticipated the daunting draft.

Guilherme Marchi poses on the red carpet at PBR Rock Bar & Grill
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik / Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

LJ Jenkins poses on the red carpet at PBR Rock Bar & Grill
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik / Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Ben Jones selects his bull at PBR Rock Bar & Grill
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik / Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Chase Outlaw and Ty Pozzobon enjoy PBR Rock Bar & Grill
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik / Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

J.B. Mauney selects his bull at PBR Rock Bar & Grill
Photo credit: © Erik Kabik / Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Saturday night, Oct. 27...

Kid Rock hosted the official MAXIM Magazine Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Halloween Party at LAVO. He was accompanied by friends including members of the hip hop group Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.  They took in the scene, which included a Sexy Little Devil costume contest with the winner walking away with $3000 and a Kid Rock autographed guitar.

Kid Rock and the Boo Yaa Tribe
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Kid Rock
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Kid Rock signed guitar
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Actors Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana and cast and crew from The Hangover III were spotted at Marquee while ATB was spinning in the main room.

Actress Susan Sarandon was spotted dining at TAO Asian Bistro.

Also at TAO was Zach Gilford, best known for Friday Night Lights.

The actor, who is starring in the new Fox fall drama The Mob Doctor, was in town for his bachelor party.

Joined by a large group of guy friends they drank sake and ate signature dishes before heading up to a VIP table in the nightclub for Redfoo’s Halloween party.

Redfoo and the Party Rock crew fueled up for the night at the Asian Bistro, and then hit the club to entertain revelers with their signature Party Rock antics and a set of hits. Redfoo made his grand entrance into the club via a zip line to the stage.

“Jersey Shores” reality TV star, Jenni "JWoww" Farley, celebrated Halloween at Chateau Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas alongside, fiancé Roger Mathews.

The dynamic duo held court with a close group of friends also decked out as nerds, including Ryan Labbe.

Resident DJ Skribble kept the party going late into the night spinning a mix of hot dance tracks.

Jenni JWoww Farley
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Jenni JWoww Farley and friends
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Roger Matthews and Jenni JWoww Farley
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Model/actress and former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler hosted Dom Pérignon’s Halloween Masquerade at Hyde Bellagio. The masked beauty danced with friends to throwback songs like Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” among others and continued to party into the early morning hours while DJs Konflikt and Jace One kept the party rocking.

Also enjoying the night at Hyde Bellagio with an intimate group of friends was Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad’s Kalon McMahon.

Stacy Keibler
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Kalon McMahon
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Actor Tyler Posey, most known for his role on MTV’s “Teen Wolf,” was spotted dining at Pink Taco with a group of friends on Saturday, Oct. 27.

Later that night, Posey celebrated his 21st birthday at Vanity Nightclub alongside his mother and brother. In true Las Vegas fashion, the “Teen Wolf” actor was greeted with a cake by confetti showers and Vanity models and cocktail servers.

While sipping champagne, Posey received several shout outs from DJ Richard Beynon and at one point tried his hands at the turntables as a finale to his birthday of birthdays.

Actress Susan Sarandon got up close and personal with the “jewels” of Leonardo da Vinci’s works when she and her boyfriend, Jonathan Bricklin, paid a visit to Da Vinci – The Genius at The Venetian.

Susan Sarandon

Sunday, Oct. 28...

DJ Pauly D made a splash over Halloween Weekend at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. With temperatures in the high 80s, the Jersey Shore star ended this year’s Rehab Sunday pool party with a final encore performance. Later that evening DJ Pauly D greeted hundreds of fans at a meet and greet at Hard Rock Store where he signed bottles of Remix, his pre-game vodka-based cocktail.

Pre-Halloween festivities kicked off during Sinners’ Ball at Vanity Nightclub with a costume contest featuring $50,000 in cash and prizes and a performance by “Count” Pauly D sporting authentic vampire attire.

DJ Pauley
Photo credit: © Hew Burney / Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Monday, Oct. 29...

Victoria Azarenka, the world's top ranked female tennis player, was spotted at Marquee Nightclub. The Belarus-born athlete arrived with Redfoo and the Party Rock crew before hanging out at a VIP table in the main room. Victoria was seen dancing on stage to the sounds of Redfoo and DJ Chuckie.

Victoria Azarenka and Redfoo
Photo credit: Brenton Ho, Powers Imagery

Redfoo and DJ Chuckie
Photo credit: Brenton Ho, Powers Imagery

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We, at Las Vegas Round the Clock, are deeply saddened by the senseless act of violence that occurred in our city on Sunday evening, October 1, 2017 and send our deepest condolences, healing prayers and love to the victims, their families, and all those affected by the tragedy.