Meet Amy Thomson
Order somehow emerges when you take B-boys, street dance, hip-hop, mime, physical comedy, acrobatics, masks and white gloves and stir them all together into this thing called the Jabbawockeez.
On May 16, 1983, Michael Jackson secured his own legend by dancing to “Billie Jean” on NBC’s “Motown 25” special. It aired two weeks after “Legends in Concert” opened in Las Vegas.
Lifestyle blogger Jordan Reid and Brazilian model Camila Alves-McConaughey will host a fashionable afternoon Saturday at Macy’s in the Fashion Show mall.
Alfred “Floor Rock” Ruiz remembers a time when b-boys battled just for the love of it. Now, 22 years into his dance career, the 34-year-old is judging a corporate-sponsored b-boy competition that will lead to a National Final in Houston that will lead to a World Final in South Korea.
It’s obvious any night on the Strip, and especially the week before “The Hangover Part III” opens, that “Vegas has become kind of the test audience for the new generation of Cavemen.”
I wasn’t even in Las Vegas last Sunday night. And if I was, I probably would have been turning in and not down at the Plaza at 11 p.m.
So Don Rickles was sidelined by food poisoning a few weeks ago, but Tony Bennett knocked it out of the park last weekend. Next up in the Octogenarian Classics series: Jerry Lewis.
Meet Patrick Joyce