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This week, Monday by the Numbers touches on such vehicles as Ferrari and Lamborghini and Porsche as the crew at Exotics Racing celebrated the opening of a Welcome Center at the attraction’s Las Vegas Motor Speedway home.

Monday by the Numbers: Hitting 140 mph in a Ferrari and 13 million on Broadway

June 8th, 2015

This week, Monday by the Numbers touches on such vehicles as Ferrari and Lamborghini and Porsche as the crew at Exotics Racing celebrated the opening of a Welcome Center at the attraction’s Las Vegas Motor Speedway home.

  • As always, The Kats Report Bureau is between mani-pedi appointments. More will be explained here, of course. But a rare manicure-pedicure and interview at the ...

  • A famous rapper shakes things up downtown, big names prepare for EDM conference and more details announced about the nation's biggest Hooters ...

  • Dee Snider seems to be doing what they term in political campaigns as “walking back” some comments he made last week.

  • In an impressive, often staggering series of performances, Frankie Moreno and his backing band have learned and played a unique show each week.

  • Mariah’s performance is generous, fulfilling and familiar. If it’s a dance party you’re after, you’ll find it across the street.

  • NHL hockey remains a distinct possibility, but the venue will go beyond the puck.

  • “What could be a better Vegas show than this? It’s family-friendly, it’s funny, it’s musical and my audience spans every demographic imaginable."

  • Priscilla is ready to unveil the only authorized Graceland exhibit to open outside of the Memphis estate.

  • Curious about backstage? Sometimes you gotta talk to the band.

  • A Blue Man does not readily warm to a woman, especially if the woman is a robot.

  • The adult-oriented Zumanity gets an update.

  • The act is not fiscally responsible, but P&T are hardly worried about the balance sheet.

  • Puppetry of the Penis hopes to expand the brand in the U.S.

  • Cabaret Jazz has bolstered its lineup of local headliners over the past year.

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