LONDON — Simon Cowell has taken over television screens and radio airwaves around the world. Now he’s taking aim at the Internet.
There’s a lot riding on the shoulders — the lovely, currently bare-atop-the-bodice-of-an-amazing-red-gown shoulders — of Claire Sinclair.
Once a month, members of the Las Vegas Numismatic Society gather to swap tales about lost loves, current lusts and adventurous treasure hunts that enthrall listeners.
Your first clue something’s lacking?
It’s like the Olympics for dogs, only (hopefully) without the doping allegations.
Dead bodies and B-sides: Welcome to the latest roundup of Vegas music releases:
What: “21 and Over”
“It’s so funny,” says John Payne. “All these guys, because we play in original bands, none of us have ever played covers before.”
The title and message of Nate Berkus’ book goes against the message mothers and preschool teachers have been drilling into our heads for years. “The Things That Matter” makes a compelling argument for why “things” are so important, after all.
This week Vegasland visits the set of the new show “Pin Up” at the Stratosphere and talks with star Claire Sinclair and Frankie Moreno, who wrote much of the music.