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 salon Color, the Michael Boychuck groovy grooming fortress at Caesars Palace, highlighted the weekend.
In the end, the Las Vegas Wranglers skated full circle. Vanquished from their home ice at Orleans Arena in December 2013, the team crisscrossed the Las Vegas Valley in search of a new home.
Dana White frequently passes at opportunities to get nostalgic. The UFC president is constantly asked to reminisce about the early days of operating the mixed martial arts organization, and how he helped transform it into a multimillion-dollar league and the world’s fastest-growing sport. White could easily talk about those difficult days when the organization was operating at a deficit of $44 million and how some viewed the sport as barbaric. Times quickly changed, however, with White leading the effort. Friday, he was inducted at the Orleans Arena into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame, being honored for growing the UFC — and doing so with a base in Southern Nevada.
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A Las Vegas woman who has been playing at the Orleans for a decade won a jackpot of more than $2.2 million this week.
Real ring magic can be found far from the limelight of arenas and TV cameras.
When the Broadway diva chastised a texter, it highlighted problems with Vegas audiences.
The economy may be contracting, but interest in all things rockabilly is somehow inexplicably expanding. Funny thing is, it costs a fortune to be retro!
A rave in the Orleans Arena. Sounds … interesting. Strange as the setting might seem, however, the lineup for the Fabulous festival ought to excite any serious fan of electronic dance music.