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The Killers Announce Denver Show

Despite there being five months remaining in 2017, there’s already a reason to look forward to 2018 — and it’s a big one. The Killers have announced a tour in support of their first album in five years, Wonderf...

Go-Go Soapbox: Bambu

Go-go dancers are like motivational coaches for the dance floor. Even before the majority of inhibitions are lubricated away by booze, go-gos are already going to town on boxes adjacent to the DJ booth. DJs may...
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Hump Days: Gettin’ Hitched in Sin City

I think the kind of people who say "Vegas Baby" are the same kind of people who quote The Hangover, so I'm not going to lower myself to that, but I will say that while you read this from your PC under a neon li...
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Sintertainment: Viva Elvis @ Aria

Elvis and Vegas are virtually synonymous, but Elvis and Cirque seemed like a disparate pairing from the get-go. Maybe it's the music. Presley's blues-influenced catalog is a far cry from Cirque's signature Fr...
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Sintertainment: Le Reve @ The Wynn

Rendering Le Reve into some version of a reader-friendly review is gonna be tricky. Christened after a Picasso painting, the popular Vegas show's moniker means "The Dream" in French, and, as we all know, drea...
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Sintertainment: Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity

Losing my shirt in a Vegas casino has never appealed to me. Witnessing acrobats and aerialists lose their shirts in a Cirque du Soleil production is a completely different animal. Zumanity, the only Cirque show with actual nudity, has been on my to-do list for years. Even before I collaborated with a former cast member on a performance for Denver's Suite 200, it was on my radar. I finally lost my Zumanity virginity Sunday night.