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    Everything Las Vegas Issue # 870

    The News

    Sixty years of the Riviera began with Liberace on opening day April 20, 1955
    BY: Robin Leach/Las Vegas Sun



    It is without doubt the end of an era.

    At noon Monday, May 4, the doors to the Riviera will be shut, and gamblers, tourists and regulars will no longer be able to enter the historic and venerable Riviera.

    Sadly, that’s just two months away, and it will bring to a close after 60 years some remarkable highlights of Las Vegas history at the Strip’s first high-rise hotel and casino.

    More here:
    http://www.lasvegassun.com/vegasdelu...race-opening-/

    Official confirms Celine Dion’s return to Colosseum at Caesars Palace
    BY: Robin Leach/Las Vegas Sun

    For the first time, superstar singer Celine Dion’s management has officially confirmed her return to the Las Vegas stage with a new and refreshed show. Plans have begun to move forward with Celine’s return to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace as I reported last week.

    This morning, her new manager, Aldo Giampaolo, head of her production company Feelings, confirmed through his press representative Francine Chaloult in Montreal: “I want to reassure the media, the public and her fans that Celine is returning, although no actual date has yet been determined.”

    He also confirmed the news that four of her musicians, musical conductor Claude “Mego” Lemay, who has been with her for 28 years, will depart the band along with Yves Frulla, Andre Coutu and Jean-Seb Carree when their contracts end this weekend.

    More here:
    http://www.lasvegassun.com/vegasdelu...-caesars-pala/

    THE GRAND BAZAAR SHOPS SHOWCASES DIVERSE COLLECTION
    BY MATT KELEMEN/Las Vegas Magazine

    It was once considered one of the most valuable underused pieces of land on the Strip, but the puzzle of how to best use the parcel at the southeast corner of Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Boulevard in front of Bally’s is coming together in the form of The Grand Bazaar Shops. The new shopping destination was initially inspired by world-class shopping destinations such as Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar or London’s Portobello Road and developed to suit Vegas sensibilities. Dozens of vendors inhabit stalls and small shops laid out in several rows, with a wide-open promenade dominating the layout and adjoined by islands and covered alleys that offer everything from... read more
    Steve 03-15-2015, 07:26 AM

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