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Everything Las Vegas Issue # 928


  • Everything Las Vegas Issue # 928

    Everything Las Vegas Issue # 928



    The Universal Domino League, the first official gaming association dedicated so debuted Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018, with additional formats, including slot machines and digital applications, coming soon.

    The first of its kind, Casino Dominoes is a fast-paced, easy-to-learn card game, similar to three-card poker or blackjack. Inspired by the classic game of dominoes, Casino Dominoes utilizes up to six players at once. Players are dealt three cards and one connector card each, with the goal of matching their domino cards to the connector card, using standard domino rules. Scoring is calculated in multiples of five. The more points collected, the higher the payout. Players can win up to 500 to 1 on a wager, with the option of placing doubles side bets.

    Currently available as a table game, with additional formats of the game, including slot machines and digital applications for Android and IOS, will be announced shortly.

    Casino Dominoes was designed and created by Harold Moret, Universal Domino League founder and graduate of the renowned UNLV Casino Operations Program, taught by Moret’s mentor, celebrated casino game designer and former Shufflemaster CEO Dr. Marc Yoseloff. With the national success of the Universal Domino League and the introduction of Casino Dominoes, the most innovative and radically new casino game in decades, Moret will become the first African American casino game designer to have a game installed on a casino floor.

    I had a chance to ask Mr. Moret a few questions about this game. Here are his answers to those questions.
    1. How did the idea of transforming this social game of Dominoes into a Casino game materialize?

    The game idea came from hosting domino tournaments throughout the United States, with the Universal Domino League. I quickly realized there were no casino games that infused the classic game of Dominoes and gaming - The American style of Dominoes had never been represented in the casino industry and with the popularity of the game around the world, I felt like it was a void that should be filled. I wanted to make a game that would be familiar to domino players when they play it. It needed to be simple, easy-to-learn and, most importantly, fun.

    I decided to put Dominoes on playing cards to make it compatible with casino game operations. Two years and more than eight revisions later, Casino Dominoes was born. Each player receives three cards and a connector card, with the object of the game being to connect as many of your cards to the connector card as possible. The game play is similar to “Big Six Dominoes,” where you score in multiples of five. The more points the more money you can win, up to 500 to 1. There is also an optional Doubles side bet, where you receive a payout of up to 300 to 1 on your money, if you receive two or more Doubles. The game is simple and fun.

    2. How hard was it to get your idea into the right people in the Casino industry?

    I attended UNLV’s world renowned International Gaming Institute to learn how to not only format, structure and translate my idea to a point where it could be profitable, but how to navigate the gaming industry. My experience at UNLV was truly amazing and I’m grateful for the time I spent there. It gave me the knowledge of how to create great casino game and I’m currently seeking installations and a distribution deal.
    1. How do you personally feel about being the first Afro American game designer to have a game on a casino floor?

    I’m truly humbled, honored and thankful to be the first African American casino game designer. I'm glad I can set an example for people that anything is possible with hard work and dedication. I went back to college at 39 years old with an idea and a dream. Several short years later, I’ve created Casino Dominoes, which is the first truly new, cutting-edge casino table game in more than 50 years; it is not a variation of existing casino favorites. This is a new game in every way.

    Casino Dominoes has the exact house edge as Three Card Poker and up to six players can play more than 50 hands per hour. It’s fun, easy to learn and I'm very excited about this game and it's possibilities around the world. Players love it!

    “Finally Dominoes in the Casino.”

    Britney Spears announces new Las Vegas residency at Park Theater by Mick Akers

    Oops, she did it again.

    Marking her second Las Vegas residency with an over-the-top announcement, Britney Spears proved she fits right in with the entertainment capital of the world.

    The show, "Britney: Domination," will run from February to August at Park Theater at the Park MGM. She played 250 shows during her "Britney: Piece of Me" residency from 2013 to 2017 at Planet Hollywood.

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    Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream Wins “Best Magic Show” in Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Best Of Las Vegas Awards

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal has announced the winners of the 2018 “Best of Las Vegas” awards, naming Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s Sin City Theatre “Best Magic Show.”

    “There are no words to describe how happy I am to win the ‘Best Of Las Vegas’ award in a category that includes other exceptional magicians,” said Mortimer. “I work with an incredible cast and crew team and we are all thrilled to receive this honor.”

    Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, now in its second year of production, received the gold award in the category. The other honorees in the “Best Magic Show” category included Piff the Magic Dragon and Mat Franco. Winners were selected through anextensive poll of readers.

    Mortimer’s spellbinding production provides entertainment to international audiences of all ages with a unique mix of reality-defying illusions, whimsical characters, dancing skits and an original soundtrack composed by the former Cirque du Soleil performer and Maxime Rodriquez.

    Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream is at 7 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday, with tickets starting at $49 for general admission and $69 for VIP, excluding tax and box office fees.


    Enchanting French performer Xavier Mortimer takes center-stage in Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, combining elements of magic, comedy, drama and illusion. Shows begin at 7 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday in the Sin City Theatre at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. After performing in over 30 countries and most recently starring in Cirque du Soleil’s acclaimed production, Michael Jackson One, Mortimer became the first Cirque troupe performer to launch a headlining residency on the Las Vegas Strip with the premiere of the show in 2016. The spellbinding production was written and directed by fellow French superstar, Alex Goude, and long-time legendary Vegas headliner, Michael Goudeau. Allie Sparks performs alongside Mortimer as his dream girl and love interest. Tickets start at $49, excluding tax and box office fees.


    Puddles Pity Party - the soft-hearted, 7-foot-tall singing clown - has announced his first-ever artist residency, set for nine unforgettable nights at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. This very special limited engagement at Cleopatra’s Barge kicks off Jan. 17 and extends through Feb. 9, 2019.

    Puddles’ set will consist of new material as well as classic, rarely performed songs, along with many performance surprises. Puddles’ entire show will be custom designed to suit the intimate layout and unique decor of the iconic Cleopatra’s Barge.

    The Caesars Palace engagement follows Puddles’ biggest tour to date, where he is headlining venues such as The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles in addition to a special holiday show at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre on Dec. 18.

    Tickets for the following shows will go on sale to the public on Friday, Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. PST. An exclusive presale for Ticketmaster will be available beginning Thursday, Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. PST by using the “SADCLOWN” presale code. A presale for Total Rewards members, Caesars Entertainment’s loyalty program, will also be available beginning Thursday. General ticket prices begin at $59, plus applicable tax and fees. Tickets may be purchased online at or

    The performance dates going on sale are:

    Jan. 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26
    Feb. 7, 8 and 9

    Puddles Pity Party’s unique brand of performance art - equal parts humorous and heartbreaking - has earned worldwide recognition from critics and fans. He has performed everywhere from NBC’S America’s Got Talent (where he was a quarter finalist) to Postmodern Jukebox, garnering more than 100 million YouTube views, and has received celebrity cosigns from Paul Reubens, Jack Black, Neil Patrick Harris, Penn Jillette, Drew Carey, Eric Idle, Nick Offerman and more. His one-of-a-kind "textured voice laced with melancholy” (NY Times), has been hailed as “operatic” (LA Weekly) and his show both “life-affirming” (Herald Scotland) and “hysterically funny” (Boston Globe).

    Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror announces second annual Freakling LGBTQ Night

    October 10, 2018 – Freakling Bros. is proud to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion with its second annual FREAKLING LGBTQ NIGHTto kick off Pride Week 2018. Freakling Bros. stands proudly alongside the LGBTQ community and as a token of that alliance, will offer special 2-for-1 tickets of the same type at the Trilogy of Terror, as well as a free rainbow glow necklace, on Thursday, October 18, 2018.

    FREAKLING LGBTQ NIGHT will once again be a celebration of equality, diversity and inclusion in the Las Vegas community,” said JT Mollner, Co-Creator ofFreakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror. “Inclusion and diversity is of the utmost importance at Freakling Bros. and we’re honored to offer a safe space for the entire Las Vegas community to congregate throughout the Halloween season. We proudly stand alongside our friends within the LGBTQ community, many of which are in the Freakling Family.”

    Celebrating its 26th terrifying season as Las Vegas’ most renowned and spine-chilling haunt, The Trilogy of Terror features the classic Castle Vampyre, the experimental Coven of 13 and the award-winning, world famous Gates of Hell, Nevada’s first and only R-rated attraction. Located at the Grand Canyon Shopping Center at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Dr. (Flamingo and the 215 Beltway), the Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror box office operates from 7 p.m. to midnight Friday - Saturday and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday, through Thursday, Oct. 25. The box office will also remain open until midnight from Friday, Oct. 26 through Wednesday, Oct. 31. Castle Vampyre, Coven of 13 and Gates of Hell will remain open until every ticket holder has entered. Dates of operation will be Oct. 12 – 31.

    Tickets are $15 for COVEN of 13 and Castle Vampyre and $17 for Gates of Hell. Line-pass t-shirts are available for $15 and are valid all month. Discounts are available for combining houses and multiple visits, including the $39 “Freak Pass.” To enter the Gates of Hell you must be at least 17 years of age or accompanied by an adult, and you must sign a consent form. For more information on the The Trilogy of Terror, call 362-FEAR or visit

    Downtown's Fremont Hotel & Casino To Double in Size by Bradley Martin

    The Boyd Gaming Corp. filed paperwork for a major investment in a six decade old downtown property, effectively doubling its size and possibly kick-starting a spate of new remodels among its Fremont Street rivals.

    Plans call for the Fremont Hotel & Casino to build a 320-foot tall, 509-room hotel tower on the corner of Third Street and Ogden Avenue, the opposite side of the resort’s illuminated Fremont Street Experience main entrance.

    The value-priced venue currently hosts 447 rooms, all planned to be overhauled to become 227 larger and upgraded spaces.

    The ground floor will expand by 22,200 square feet, including 20,700 square feet of new gaming areas, plus a new 700-square-foot bar and a race and sports book. Outside, improvements will be made to guest drop-off and ride-hailing areas, along with substantial additions to the existing parking garage.

    Phased over 30 months of construction, additional upgrades should eventually be expected for the existing casino floor, but the current roster of dining options is not affected by the newly filed plans.

    Legends in Concert’ moving to the Tropicana in 2019 by Brock Radke

    The longest running show on the Las Vegas Strip will have a new home in February. “Legends in Concert,” the celebrity musical tribute that made its Vegas debut in 1983 and currently features impersonations of George Michael, Bruno Mars, Donna Summer and Elvis Presley at the Flamingo, will begin production at the Tropicana in early 2019 at the newly renamed Legends in Concert Theater.

    "This one-of-a-kind show has entertained more than 35 million fans around the globe and its remarkable history on the Strip makes for the perfect partnership where two legends in Las Vegas come together,” said Aaron Rosenthal, vice president and general manager at the Trop. “The addition of 'Legends in Concert' to our entertainment lineup demonstrates Penn National Gaming’s ongoing commitment to make the experience at Tropicana better than ever.”

    More from Las Vegas Sun here: RELIVE THE HITS DURING THE AUSTRALIAN BEE GEES SHOW by Matt Kelleman

    For evidence of the enduring popularity of the music of Brothers Gibb look no further than The Australian Bee Gees Show, primarily starring Michael Clift as Barry, Wayne Hosking as Maurice and David Scott as Robin (there’s a rotating cast). The tribute to the hitmakers of the ’60s and disco kings of the ’70s has been staying alive in Las Vegas since 2011, benefiting from the performers’ ongoing reverence for the music and the endless enthusiasm audiences have for the Bee Gees’ songs.

    Scott, to his advantage, was playing in bands shortly after the Bee Gees, who scored ’60s pop hits such as “Massachusetts” and “To Love Somebody,” returned to the charts in the mid-’70s with a disco sound. “When I was 18 in 1978, Saturday Night Fever came out,” he says. Scott recalls he didn’t know much about their early material at the time. “I was playing guitar in heavy rock bands at that time, like Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, Foghat. All of that kind of stuff. When the Bee Gees came out it was such a transformation sound. No one had heard that before, and it even turned our heads as hard rock guys.”

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    Osmond says Donny & Marie Las Vegas show is done in 2019 by John Katsliometes

    Not sure if Donny Osmond is a fan of “This is Spinal Tap,” but today he said of the Donny & Marie show, “This one goes to 11.”

    And no further.

    Osmond, during an appearance on KTNV Channel 13’s “Morning Blend” show, issued the startling announcement that Donny & Marie would end their run at Flamingo Las Vegas in 2019. The duo just re-signed their contract last month, adding an 11th year at the hotel, and that contract ends in November 2019.

    “Next year is our final year,” Osmond told co-hosts J.J. Snyder and Shawn Tempesta. “We’ve been talking about it for quite a while, but definitely, our countdown has started.” Osmond also told Midday host Dayna Rosellithe same thing as Roselli recorded him on an Instagram story.

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    Fall has arrived and the Bellagio Conservatory in Las Vegas went all out

    Bust out your fall sweaters and grab a PSL, the best time of the year is upon us. But the most important thing of all, is the seasonal transformation of the Bellagio Conservatory. They renovated the space with a 24-foot talking tree, 25-foot long tigers and a whopping 45,000 flowers that are put into all of these beautiful sculptures throughout the exhibit. Oh, and did we mention that this is a free attraction in Las Vegas? Stroll through one of the most beautiful fall exhibits on the Las Vegas Strip and take a few selfies with your favorite fairy to post on the ‘gram. We’ll even throw in a free show at the Bellagio Fountains afterward. It’s time to jump into the fall leaves at the Bellagio Conservatory.

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    Hunger Pains: The Food & Restaurant Section

    Freed's Dessert Shop Grand Opening in Northwest Las Vegas

    Freed’s Bakery, the popular bakery and subject of Food Network’s hit show, “Vegas Cakes,” celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Northwest Las Vegas, Freed’s Dessert Shop on Saturday, Oct. 6.

    Family and managers, Max Jacobson-Fried, Joani Fried and Sarah Fusco, were joined by Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick for a ceremonial ribbon cutting. The District B representative welcomed Freed’s Bakery’s newest location with a proclamation and ‘Welcome to the City’ certificates.

    Guests indulged in Freed’s treats including complimentary signature cupcakes and the dessert shop’s famous strawberry shortcake. Attendees explored the new location and posed for photos in a photo booth, vied for cake during a traditional cake walk and participated in raffle giveaways.


    Eataly, the authentic Italian marketplace, announced today it will open its Las Vegas location at Park MGM, the city’s newest resort, in December 2018. Las Vegas marks the sixth U.S. location of the Italy-based company, which has more than 35 stores worldwide.

    The 40,000-square-foot culinary destination, located directly on the famed Las Vegas Strip, will serve as Park MGM’s main entrance and feature unique food counters, bars, cafes and dining experiences offering traditional Italian food in a vibrant ambiance. Eataly Las Vegas will feature al fresco dining, as well as several areas dedicated to live cooking demonstrations.

    “We are thrilled to partner with MGM Resorts International and Sydell Group for this exciting new venture,” said Nicola Farinetti, CEO of Eataly USA. “With each of their many distinctive properties, both organizations have demonstrated their dedication to quality – something that we value above all at Eataly.”

    The Eataly Las Vegas experience will offer authentic Italian dishes, from tried-and-true Neapolitan pizza and pastas to specialties such as regional Italian street food and hand-pulled mozzarella and burrata cheese made in-house, all helmed by Executive Chef Nicole Brisson. A wide variety of Italian desserts and sweets, including beloved favorites like house-made gelatos and cannoli, will round out the Eataly experience.

    Guests will be able to explore the flavors of Eataly while dining, along with enjoying the opportunity to shop high-quality products to bring the essence of Eataly home. The venue will offer a variety of premium food selections such as cured meats, cheeses and fresh seafood as well as an assortment of artisanal Italian favorites imported from Italy - from bronze-extruded pasta to extra virgin olive oil. Unique keepsake items, gifts and fine housewares that embody Italian design also will be on the shelves for visitors to purchase.

    “Eataly Las Vegas will showcase our continued evolution,” explains Farinetti. "We are integrating our retail store and restaurants further than ever before to create a more immersive and interactive experience surrounding premier food offerings. We can’t wait to share our country’s delicious cuisine and culture with the Las Vegas community – while Eataly will always remain authentically Italian, we are also excited to incorporate the culture and ingredients of the American Southwest throughout the venue.”

    Eataly Las Vegas will join Park MGM and Nomad Las Vegas’ spectacular culinary program, which includes: Roy Choi’s Best Friend, Hogsalt Hospitality’s Bavette’s Steakhouse and NoMad Restaurant by renowned Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, among others. A partnership between Sydell Group and MGM Resorts International, Park MGM evokes the residential spirit, intimacy and individuality of a boutique experience on a resort scale. In addition to its formidable food and beverage portfolio, the new property features beautiful guest rooms and suites, the 5,200-seat Park Theater with A-list entertainment, lounges, pools, meeting spaces and more.

    Fremont Street Experience Kicks Off Wrangler National Finals Rodeo with Downtown Hoedown, Dec. 5

    Fremont Street Experience invites rodeo fans to saddle up for the return of Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Wednesday, Dec. 5 with free live entertainment during the 32nd Annual Downtown Hoedown. Beginning at 4:30 p.m., the five-block entertainment district located in historic downtown Las Vegas will host the official kick-off party featuring full-length performances by some of country music’s most sought-after acts including Chris Janson, Granger Smith, Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin, Collin Raye, Haley & Michaels and Corb Lund.

    The 32nd Annual Downtown Hoedown lineup includes:

    4:30 p.m. – Corb Lund on Main Street Stage
    5:40 p.m. – Haley & Michaels on 1st Street Stage
    6:30 p.m. – Roots & Boots Tour featuring Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin and Collin Raye on 3rd Street Stage
    8:40 p.m. – Granger Smith on 1st Street Stage

    9:50 p.m. – Chris Janson on 3rd Street StageWrangler National Finals Rodeo is the season-ending championship event for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and is widely acknowledged to be the world’s premier rodeo. Held annually since 1959 – and since 1985, every December at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas – the Wrangler NFR is ProRodeo’s richest and most prestigious rodeo, and it showcases the very best cowboys, barrel racers and livestock in the world.

    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas Will Shoot to Score Throughout Basketball Season

    ​​​​​​​BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas will host basketball viewing parties with beer buckets and tailgate fare beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 16.

    The Strip-side restaurant and bar will show all games on dozens of high-definition TVs throughout the venue, offering tailgate fare and beer buckets, with five bottles of Budweiser, priced at $35. BEER PARK’s in-house sportsbook kiosk is one of just a few places in Las Vegas outside of casino sports books to offer live betting.

    During all games, fans may indulge in an assortment of over 100 varieties of beer, including 36 on draft. BEER PARK’s popular tailgate fare includes options such as the nacho cheeseburger, topped with tortilla chips, cheese sauce, jalapeño peppers, guacamole and pico de gallo; the smoked prime rib cheesesteak, made with shaved prime rib, American cheese and caramelized onions, served in French bread; and the seven-layer dip, made with guacamole, sour cream, beans, olives, tomatoes and green onions, served with tortilla chips.

    Cabo Wabo Cantina Bites Back with an Eerie Cocktail for Halloween and Dia de los Muertos

    Eat, drink and be scary! Cabo Wabo Cantina, located inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, will celebrate Halloween and Dia de los Muertos with a handcrafted spooky cocktail, offered from Friday, Oct. 26 to Friday, Nov. 2.

    Sammy Hagar’s Strip-side rocking cantina will get the party ‘startled’ with the ‘Once Bitten’ cocktail, created with Bacardi Cuatro, St. Germain, ginger beer, lime juice, swirled with blood orange puree. In spirit of the holiday, the cocktail will be served in a skull-shaped souvenir glass, priced at $13.

    Additional cocktail selections include the CW Margarita made with Cabo Wabo Tequila and Grand Mariner, priced at $13; and the Blood Orange margarita made with Tattoo Blanco Tequila, blood orange puree, lime juice and blood orange liqueur, priced at $15.

    Get BOO-zy at Therapy Restaurant!

    Ghosts aren’t the only spirits that will have people going bat sip crazy this Halloween! Therapy Restaurant’s Boozy Bat cocktail is the most spooktacular drink for Downtown patrons to celebrate the holiday with.

    Therapy makes their Halloween concoction with Bourbon, dark chocolate liqueur, the customer’s choice of brandy or cognac and honey syrup and tops the cocktail with Guinness, house made coconut hazelnut whipped cream, fresh grated cinnamon and a cocoa powder bat, priced at $10.

    PT’s Taverns to Host Spooky Halloween Celebrations

    PT’s Taverns will host Halloween parties with plenty of “boos” at 26 of its 60 locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley and Nevada, including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Company, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar, from Friday, Oct. 12 through Saturday, Nov. 3.

    PT’s Pub, located at 1331 S. Boulder Hwy. Ste #100 in Henderson, Nev., will get into the spirit of Halloween on Friday, Oct. 12 with themed cocktails and shots, costume contests, prize giveaways and a buffet. PT’s Gold, located at 690 S. Green Valley Pkwy. in Henderson, Nev., will celebrate on Friday, Oct. 27 with live entertainment, a photobooth, costume contests, specials and a buffet. PT’s Pub, located at 310 E. Warm Springs Rd. in Las Vegas, will host a Halloween party on Saturday, Nov. 3 featuring karaoke, themed cocktails and costume contests with prizes awarded to the best, the most creative and the scariest costumes. Other participating taverns will host unique offerings throughout the spooky season. A list of all tavern locations is available on the website at:

    PT’s Happy Hour offerings are available daily from 5 to 7 p.m., and midnight to 2 a.m. PT’s Happy Hour offers a 50 percent discount on drinks including wines by the glass, premium spirits and all craft and import beer, which includes PT’s own craft brews such as the Golden Hefeweizen and Hualapai IPA. PT’s Happy Hour food selections priced at $6 include Sriracha chicken bites and loaded potato skins; and $7 selections include a half-pound pub burger and chicken parmesan sliders.

    Eat, drink and be scary at the property-wide Halloween bash at all Remedy's and Distill locations Oct. 27​​​​​​​

    Calling all witches, goblins and monsters of the night,get ready for a spooky evening at the locals’ favorite neighborhood spot Remedy’s and Distill as they celebrate Halloween with a property-wide Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 27. Whether in Southern Highlands, Summerlin, Henderson or Centennial Hills, ghoulish guests 21 and over will have a wicked good time at this annual bash with live music while sipping their favorite brew and enjoying food specials throughout the evening. Get into the Halloween spirit and don the best and most elaborate costume for a chance to win cash in the Halloween costume contest. No face paint or masks allowed. The Halloween Party starts at 7 p.m. and will take place at the following locations:

    Distill Summerlin – 10820 W. Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas
    Distill Southern Highlands – 4830 W. Pyle Ave. Las Vegas
    Distill Centennial Hills – 6430 N. Durango Dr. Las Vegas
    Remedy’s St. Rose – 3265 St. Rose Pkwy. Henderson
    Remedy’s Conestoga – 530 Conestoga Way Henderson

    For the late night owls, Remedy’s and Distill host ‘After Hours,’ an early morning gaming contest and party held monthly. All After Hours parties take place on late late Saturday/early Sunday with the drawing at 3 a.m. This month’s After Hours drawing will take place on Sunday, Oct. 21 and the lucky winner will walk away with a round a $300 Cirque du Soleil gift card and a $200 Visa gift card. Players between midnight and 8 a.m. earn one drawing ticket for every 300 points for a chance to win the monthly grand-prize. After Hours is at all Remedy’s and Distill locations. Winner must be present.

    Fremont Street Experience Celebrates Halloween with Rock of Horror Extravaganza, Oct. 26 – 31

    Fremont Street Experience, the five-block entertainment district located in historic downtown Las Vegas, will transform into a mischievous haunt inhabited by the walking dead, zombies and creatures of the night during Rock of Horror, the can’t-be-missed Halloween extravaganza Oct. 26 – 31.

    Promising a full-sensory experience of frightening festivities and epic people watching, guests are encouraged to forget all inhibitions during a six-day celebration of wild debauchery withHalloween haunts, flash mobs and free nightly entertainment including themed, theatrical musical performances by Alter Igor and Here Come the Mummies on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m., as well as an exclusive production show “Wicked Dreams,” complete with dazzling visuals, alluring dancers and aerialists, proving there is no better place to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve.

    When the sun goes down, Fremont Street Experience will leave no trick un-treated or partygoer un-thrilled as revelers who don their scariest and most seductive costumes will have the chance to win cash prizes. Additionally, brave souls are encouraged to explore the inner workings of the newest zombie-themed walk-through attraction in downtown Las Vegas, “Fear the Walking Dead Survival.” Inspired by AMC’s hit TV series, “Fear the Walking Dead™,” every element of the multi-sensory attraction transports guests into a zombie apocalyptic world through a thrilling combination of motion rides, mazes, interactive videogames and non-stop fun.

    Cipriani Opens First West Coast Location in November 2018

    Cipriani, the iconic Italian institution, is set to make its anticipated Las Vegas debut at Wynn Plaza at Wynn Las Vegas in November 2018. Following its expansion with restaurants across the globe, including New York, Dubai and the recently opened Cipriani Riyadh, Cipriani Las Vegas is the first location on the West Coast.

    It all started in 1931 when Giuseppe Cipriani Sr. opened a quaint spot off a canal in Venice, Italy and called it Harry's Bar. One family, four generations and over 85 years of history - the Cipriani name is synonymous with the type of cool glamour, service and classic Italian recipes that attract a very eclectic international clientele, all with one thing in common; they like to have a good time.

    "With restaurants and locations around the world, we want to continue to preserve and introduce to new cities our family traditions and Italian cuisine paired with warm and attentive service," said Giuseppe Cipriani, third-generation member of the Cipriani family. "Vegas is a very exciting and ever-changing destination that attracts many of our loyal customers but also new visitors and residents every year, both for business or leisure. We have been considering a Vegas project for a while, and this seems to be a perfect match as Wynn shares the same attention to detail, quality and service that we do."

    Designed by Florentine architect Michele Bonan, Cipriani Las Vegas will feature classic Cipriani design elements, including a nautical feel, glossy walnut and chrome accents and terrazzo floors in addition to color accents and lighting unique to the Las Vegas space.

    The menu will include signature classics such as Carpaccio alla Cipriani, Baked Tagliolini with ham, and the sinfully delicious Vanilla Meringue. And for a true taste of Venice, the bar will serve the original Bellini, which was invented at legendary Harry's Bar in Venice.

    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas to Offer Free Beer for Voters

    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas will encourage voting this election season by offering voters a complimentary beer on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

    All guests 21 and over who bring an “I Voted” sticker as proof of voting will receive a complimentary brewery-fresh Budweiser beer. BEER PARK’s brewery-fresh pints of Budweiser are served from copper kegs sent directly from Budweiser’s brewery in Fairfield, Calif.

    Guests may pair their beer with BEER PARK’s popular tailgate fare, which includes options such as the nacho cheeseburger, topped with tortilla chips, cheese sauce, jalapeño peppers, guacamole and pico de gallo; the smoked prime rib cheesesteak, made with shaved prime rib, American cheese and caramelized onions, served in French bread; and the seven-layer dip, made with guacamole, sour cream, beans, olives, tomatoes and green onions, served with tortilla chips.

    Honey Salt Embraces Fall with a Harvest-Inspired Farm Table Dinner on Oct. 30

    Honey Salt Executive Chef Travis Schultz teams up with restauranteur Elizabeth Blau and Chef Kim Canteenwalla to bring restaurant-goers a special Fall Harvest Farm Table Dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 6:30 p.m. This autumnal dinner celebrates the bountiful harvest as the seasons officially change and new and incredible fall ingredients make their way to the Honey Salt menu. Honey Salt proudly features Anson Mills polenta, Bellwether Farms ricotta, and Gilcrease Farms squash during the Fall Harvest dinner, highlighting their commitment to the finest natural and fresh products. Tickets to this special evening are required and are available for $49 per person with an optional wine pairing for an additional $25. Tickets are available online at


    Welcome Cocktail

    Warm Apple Cider Sangria

    To Start

    Fall Farmer’s Bruschetta

    ricotta, bartlett pear, cranberry, balsamic, arugula

    Sweet Potato Hummus

    homemade pretzels, crudité


    Heirloom Squash Soup

    autumn-spiced crème fraîche, toasted pepitas

    For the Table

    Roasted Pumpkin Ravioli

    brown butter, sage, crispy brussels leaves

    Braised Beef Short Rib

    anson mills polenta, mushrooms, braising jus

    Sweet Finish

    Salted Caramel Apple Galette

    salted caramel ice cream

    Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls

    chantilly cream

    Select recipes from the Fall Harvest dinner are available in the new cookbook by the culinary power couple, Honey Salt Food & Drink– A Culinary Scrapbook. The cookbook is available for purchase at Honey Salt (1031 S. Rampart Blvd.), Andiron Steak & Sea (1720 Festival Plaza Dr. in Downtown Summerlin), or online at Amazon.

    Featuring a changing menu of seasonally-inspired comfort food, Farm Table dinners are served family-style and showcase unique beverage pairings, as well as occasional special guests. Tickets to the Farm Table series must be purchased in advance by going online to The Farm Table dinner is $49 per person; *optional wine pairing is available for an additional $25 (tax and gratuity not included). Gift certificates to the ‘Farm Table’ dinners are also available.

    Honey Salt recently renovated the private dining room giving it an intimate feel while still capturing the traditional Honey Salt experience. Perfect for parties, holiday gatherings, and all social events, the private dining room is available by calling 702-685-4015.

    Cabo Wabo Cantina Supports the Troops with Military Discount for Veterans Day

    Cabo Wabo Cantina, located inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, will honor Veterans Day with a twenty percent off drink special for veterans and active-duty military on Sunday, Nov. 11.

    Cabo Wabo will invite all veterans and active-duty service members with a valid military ID to enjoy twenty percent off cocktails in honor of Veterans Day. Some selections include Cabo Wabo’s signature Vojito, handcrafted with Devotion Black and Blue Vodka, fresh berries, fresh mint and lime juice, priced at $13; the Cocorita, made with Cabo Wabo Blanco tequila, lime juice, crème of coconut, served on the rocks and rimmed with freshly toasted coconut, priced at $14; andthe CW Mai Tai, blended with Sammy’s Beach Bar rum, Captain Morgan, Orgeat, orange curacao, tropical juices, grenadine and topped with a float of Myer’s rum, priced at $14. Some restrictions may apply.

    Game Time at CliQue Bar & Lounge

    Whether it’s NFL or college football you are seeking, CliQue Bar & Lounge is the ultimate destination to catch the game no matter what day of the week it is. With football season in full swing, this Magic City hotspot, located in the heart of the Cosmopolitan on the casino floor, offers a comfortable environment that will not let you forget that it’s game time… From the energized fans to the countless TVs that surround you, CliQue will not only provide you with the perfect ambiance but allow you to kickoff your Sundays the right way!

    Hosted every Monday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, CliQue Bar & Lounge offers an unmatched sophisticated yet laid-back lounge where you can sit back and enjoy specialty drinks and delectable appetizers, such as mini sliders, pizza pockets, mini lobster tacos and yellow sashimi with the gang. Whether you are cheering for your favorite team or booing your team’s rival, catch the game at CliQue Bar & Lounge for an action packed experience!

    Slater's 50/50 Las Vegas Introduces Gold-Dusted Burgers Celebrating Sin City

    Viva Las Vegas! Slater's 50/50 Las Vegas introduces two new burgers inspired by the decadence and glitz and glamour of Sin City. The 24K Burger and The Whale Burger are available now.

    "Las Vegas is iconic and so are our burgers," said Cindy Sun, general manager of Slater's 50/50 Las Vegas. "Locals and tourists expect over-the-top experiences in this city. From the Australian wagyu patties to poached lobster to the gold-dusted bacon and bun, these burgers fit the bill."
    The 24K Burger features a 24K gold-dusted brioche bun with three strips of 24K gold-dusted "billionaire's" bacon, a half-pound of Australian wagyu beef, truffle cheese, baby arugula, bacon jam, roasted garlic aioli, and demi-glace. In keeping with the Las Vegas theme, Slater's staff recommends pairing the 24K Burger with featured local brews, including CraftHaus Resinate, Lovelady Brewing Luv Juice or Tenaya Creek Hop Ride.

    For those looking to double down on their burger experience, the Whale Burger features three ounces of poached lobster, one pound of Australian wagyu beef, three 24K gold dusted "billionaire's" bacon strips, truffle cheese, baby arugula, bacon jam, roasted garlic aioli, and demi-glace, also between a 24K gold-dusted brioche bun. The Whale Burger is served with a 375 milliliter bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut Champagne.

    The 24K Burger is available for $24 and the Whale Burger with Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label pairing is available for $100. Both burgers also come with a side of Slater's fries or sweet potato fries.

    Show Your PRIDE at Therapy Restaurant in Downtown Las Vegas!

    Therapy Restaurant wants to help downtown patrons show their true colors! To celebrate Las Vegas PRIDE, Therapy is mixing up their drink selection with the Lady Madonna, a cocktail dedicated to a true queen, and an array of rainbow shots.

    The Lady Madonna, made with vanilla vodka, orange vodka, heavy cream, simple syrup, orange juice, orange bitters and topped with house made whipped cream, freshly grated cinnamon and orange zest and garnished with an orange twist, is available for $10. The rainbow shots are available for $5 each.

    Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant to Offer Black Friday Discount to Downtown Summerlin Shoppers

    Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant, located in Downtown Summerlin, will join the Black Friday frenzy by offering a 10 percent discount on all food items to guests with a same-day receipt from any Downtown Summerlin store on Friday, Nov. 23.

    Hungry shoppers may enjoy signature menu items including the chile poblano del mar, a green chile poblano stuffed with crab meat and shrimp, sautéed with garlic, onions and tomatoes, and topped with green tomatillo sauce and melted cheese, served with Mexican-style rice and black beans; beer-battered fish tacos, two corn tortillas filled with crispy Mahi-Mahi, shredded cabbage, pico de gallo and chipotle sour cream, served with Mexican-style rice and beans; and camarones en crema de ajo, jumbo shrimp sautéed in garlic butter with onions and cherry tomatoes, served with green rice and grilled julienned vegetables.

    The offer is available for tables up to four guests. Reservations may be made by calling 702-982-0111 or at

    PT’s Taverns to Thank Military Service Members with Extended Happy Hour on Veterans Day

    PT’s Taverns, with 60 locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley and Nevada, including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Company, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar, will extend happy hour for military service members in honor of Veterans Day on Sunday, Nov. 11.

    PT’s Taverns will offer happy hour selections throughout the entire day to veterans and active-duty service members who present a valid military ID. PT’s Happy Hour offers a 50 percent discount on drinks including wines by the glass, premium spirits and all craft and import beer, which includes PT’s own craft brews such as the Golden Hefeweizen and Hualapai IPA. PT’s Happy Hour food selections priced at $6 include Sriracha chicken bites and loaded potato skins; and $7 selections include a half-pound pub burger and chicken parmesan sliders.

    About PT’s Entertainment Group

    PT’s Entertainment Group, a division of Golden Entertainment, Inc., is the largest traditional tavern operator in Nevada with 60 locations in the state. Voted “Best Happy Hour” in the Las Vegas Weekly’s Best of Vegas 2018, the company’s taverns include PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Co., Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar. PT’s Entertainment Group operates approximately 950 gaming devices. More information is available at, onFacebook and Instagram.

    All PT’s Entertainment Group taverns are open 24 hours daily and serve a variety of dishes available for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Breakfast selections include pancakes, omelets, and various egg dishes; appetizer selections include tacos, pizzas, sliders and other bar bites; lunch and dinner selections include burgers, wraps, sandwiches, wings and other entrées; and dessert selections include cookies, ice cream and more. Signature cocktails, as well as a variety of PT’s craft and import beer, are also available at all locations.

    PT’s Taverns to Celebrate National Sandwich Day with Stacked Deal​​​​​​​

    Calling all breadwinners! PT’s Taverns, with 60 locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley and Nevada, including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Company, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar, will serve buffalo chicken bacon ranch sandwiches, priced at $5, in celebration of National Sandwich Day on Saturday, Nov. 3.

    PT’s buffalo chicken bacon ranch sandwich is served on a ciabatta roll and made with crispy fried chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato and topped with creamy ranch dressing. The sandwich can be accompanied with sea salt French fries for an additional $2.

    Plus, PT’s Happy Hour offerings are available daily from 5 to 7 p.m., and midnight to 2 a.m. PT’s Happy Hour offers a 50 percent discount on drinks including wines by the glass, premium spirits and all craft and import beer, which includes PT’s own craft brews such as the Golden Hefeweizen and Hualapai IPA. PT’s Happy Hour food selections are priced at $6, $7 and $8, and include $6 Sriracha chicken bites and loaded potato skins; $7 chicken parmesan sliders and a half-pound pub burger; and $8 flatbreads, including three-cheese, meat feast, the Gilroy and buffalo chicken.

    MB Steak is Thankful for Turkey and Steak on Thanksgiving Day

    Brothers David Morton and Michael Morton’s steakhouse, MB Steak at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, will celebrate Thanksgiving with a choice between tradition: an elaborate turkey feast, and decadence: a flavorful Châteaubriand.

    Executive Chef Patrick Munster will prepare Châteaubriand, an 18-ounce center cut filet mignon, sliced for two and served with roasted baby sweet potatoes and a sage peppercorn sauce, priced at $120. The centerpiece for the traditional dinner will be an herb-roasted turkey breast with a truffle-braised thigh and leg, accompanied by sourdough stuffing, haricots verts with roasted mushroom cream, turkey jus and cranberry port wine relish. The turkey dinner will be priced at $45 per person. A suggested wine pairing for the Châteaubriand is Antinori Guado al Tasso Il Bruciato Super-Tuscan, whereas the Yangarra Roussanne is recommended with the turkey dinner.

    The full menu, which includes a wide selection of premium steaks and seafood, savory sides and indulgent desserts, will also be available. Reservations can be arranged now on the website at and by calling MB Steak at 702-483-4888. MB Steak offers a complimentary private valet, accessible from Harmon Avenue.

    MB Steak Welcomes National Rodeo Fans

    Brothers David Morton and Michael Morton’s steakhouse, MB Steak, will welcome rodeo fans for National Finals Rodeo (NFR) from Thursday, Dec. 6 through Saturday, Dec. 15 with steak and drinks! Fans can fuel up with the Cowboy Cut, a 24-ounce USDA Prime Certified Black Angus bone-in ribeye, sourced from Creekstone Farms Beef, priced at $89. Going hand-in-hand with the meaty steak dinner, guests can shoot back the bourbon flight, made up of four 1-ounce pours of premium bourbons: Woodford Reserve, Angel’s Envy, Four Roses Single Barrel and Old Forester, priced at $29. Those looking to sip on something smoky, can choose the Smoke and Mirrors cocktail, made with barrel-aged mix of Templeton rye whiskey, St. George Bruto Americano and Punt e Mes, garnished with orange peel and a cherry. To complete the cocktail with a bold, smoked taste, the cocktail is placed in a smoke box for approximately 15 seconds with hickory chips.

    Where To Find The Best Fried Chicken in Las Vegas by Susan Stappleton

    Fried chicken and summer go hand-in-hand. Originating in the Middle Ages from Scots, "fritters" were today’s version of fried chicken. Scottish immigrants came to America where they continued the custom of deep frying chicken in fat.

    The perfect fried chicken has a light and crackly crust coating juicy meat underneath, the perfect comfort food. While fried chicken is traditionally made with milk and a flour battered crust, variations on the dish can include using buttermilk, panko breading, different seasonings like sugar and chili, and the way the chicken is fried.

    In Las Vegas, try the Bromberg brothers' gold standard of fried chicken, Emeril Lagasse's take, Asian variations, and more.

    Here, a look at 19 places that serve up fried chicken all across Las Vegas.

    Downtown Pizzeria Gets a New Look by Susan Stappleton

    Pop Up Pizza, one of the first gourmet pizza restaurants in Downtown Las Vegas, now has a new mural influenced by Brooklyn. The pizzeria at the Plaza now has a mural from local mixed media artist SNIPT, as well as a renovated seating area.

    That mural titled “The New Style” comes at the hands of Derek Douglas, professionally known as SNIPT, a Las Vegas-based artist who has become best known for creating mixed media Pop Art mashups. The mural’s title references one of the artist’s favorite tracks from the Beastie Boys’ “Licensed To Ill” album.

    “The song embodies the vibe that I was trying to capture while creating this mural,” SNIPT says in a press statement. “With the rebranding of Pop Up Pizza, ‘The New Style’ is going to be what really makes this restaurant stand out from the rest. I’m thrilled to be a part of this transition.”

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    ‘Pawn Star’ Rick Harrison Welcomes His Newest Tenant by Bradley Martin

    Rick Harrison’s Pawn Plaza has a brand new casual dining option and unlike its predecessors, it will be open for longer hours, serving up a menu of slow-roasted chicken, “authentic” Mexican choices, and a “house special,” the “cheeseshell taco” prepared with a choice of meat and a queso shell.

    Replacing the shuttered, Smoke’s Poutinerie and Jared’s Old Fashioned Hot Dogs & Hamburgers, Q’rico offers some quick and affordable dining for fans visiting the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.

    On the menu, the $3.25 Q’Rico Taco with its cheese shell, plus bowls, tacos, quesadillas, and burritos priced between $3.25 and $10, three fish tacos with salad, rice and beans topped with mango sauce available for $12 and rotisserie chicken lunch specials, including a whole chicken cut into quarters, with two side dishes.

    For dessert, diners can order churros, ”3 leches,” Mexican flan, pastelitos, and the $6 “Nutella burrito.”

    Water Street Revival Looms with Three More Restaurants En Route by Bradley Martin

    One of the busiest revivals in the region is taking place on the southern end of Henderson’s Water Street and paperwork has been filed for two major projects that will add housing, retail, and three new restaurants.

    Overseen by the same operators, the changes will overhaul the empty lot at 31 Water Street and the long-shuttered Henderson Town House Motor Lodge next door.

    The current plan is to add retail and businesses to the motel space and build a second-floor restaurant and bar above the barbershop and former tavern on the ground floor.

    On the parking lot footprint, a six-story building will be constructed, with 32 apartments and two more restaurants. The early proposal calls for one of the tenants to operate a “hot dog” concept.

    The two sites are opposite the proposed UNLV Runnin’ Rebels-inspired Hardway 8 bar, a short distance from the substantial makeover at the Gold Mine Tavern, close to the soon-to-debut Juan’s Flaming Fajitas & Cantina and a quarter of a mile from the announced Flavor Flav’s & Vinnys Chicken & Pizza.


    Now that the new sports book
    had debuted at The Linq, attention has turned to the next phase of upgrades on the western side of the casino floor.

    called The Bar at Linq and renamed Match Bar on new paperwork, the restaurant will replace the existing walls facing Las Vegas Boulevard with sliding glass doors. The remodel will create a large dining and drinking area with a shaded outdoor patio right on the Strip, a few steps from the pedestrian entrance to the Promenade.

    While construction work has yet to begin on the bar project, on the Linq Promenade, the French restaurant originally known as
    Chez Marcel has been re-dubbed La Favorite Bistro, a sequel to the original on Paris’ Rue de Rivoli.

    In the works since June,a major overhaul at Treasure Island has created the newest buffet on the Strip, the 12,575-square-foot Corner Market Buffet, opening its doors today.

    Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, emphasis is being placed on new international flavors and the ability to order “unlimited drinks” for an extra $14.99 per visit, including wine, beer, sparking wine, mimosas, and access to the “Bloody Mary bar.”

    Friday to Sunday, from 4 to 10 p.m., the $35.45 weekend seafood dinner becomes the evening attraction, with a $30.45 Champagne brunch offered from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m, on Saturday and Sunday.

    Red Plate, the Cosmopolitan’s new Cantonese restaurant, now has an opening date at the resort. On Oct. 15, the restaurant opens for dinner with dishes from executive chef Yip Cheung, the former chef at the resort’s Talon Club.

    The menu features fine-dining dishes such as a whole Peking duck, Sichuan spicy tofu, black truffle xiao long bao, and live seafood, including geoduck, rock cod, Alaskan king crab, Dungeness crab, and Maine lobster, according to Food & Wine. Dim sum, barbecue dishes, and hot pot make the menu as well.

    The boozy, never-closed Taco Bell Cantinaat the Strip’s Harmon Corner has proven to be such a huge success that the restaurant is expanding downtown, moving under the Fremont Street Experience canopy and taking over part of the historic former home of the El Portal Theatre.

    Originally planned to be called
    the Fremont Food Emporium,with a handful of fast-casual tenants, the cantina will take over 6,000 square feet inside the 16,564-square-foot building.

    Keeping the wide open to Fremont Street design first proposed by the emporium, cantina diners can travel directly upstairs via a brightly lit escalator, or sit downstairs and watch the food prepared in the open kitchen.

    Brothers David Morton and Michael Morton’s steakhouse,
    MB Steak, will welcome rodeo fans for National Finals Rodeo (NFR) from Thursday, Dec. 6 through Saturday, Dec. 15 with steak and drinks! Fans can fuel up with the Cowboy Cut, a 24-ounce USDA Prime Certified Black Angus bone-in ribeye, sourced from Creekstone Farms Beef, priced at $89. Going hand-in-hand with the meaty steak dinner, guests can shoot back the bourbon flight, made up of four 1-ounce pours of premium bourbons: Woodford Reserve, Angel’s Envy, Four Roses Single Barrel and Old Forester, priced at $29. Those looking to sip on something smoky, can choose the Smoke and Mirrors cocktail, made with barrel-aged mix of Templeton rye whiskey, St. George Bruto Americano and Punt e Mes, garnished with orange peel and a cherry. To complete the cocktail with a bold, smoked taste, the cocktail is placed in a smoke box for approximately 15 seconds with hickory chips.

    Where To Find the Best Happy Hours in Las Vegas by Susan Stappleton

    One of the best bets in Vegas is happy hour, that time of day when restaurants and bars offer up discounted food and drink specials. Customers looking for a deal can find these deals all up and down the Strip, in Summerlin, Henderson, and at points in between. Get deals early in the day, late at night, on certain days or even seven days a week. Then prepare to eat and drink your way through an afternoon or night with deals that are too good to pass up.

    Fun idea — bar and restaurant hop all afternoon and into the night to make the most of deals at a variety of places.

    Here’s a look at some updated happy hours all across Las Vegas where you can nab deals.

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