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ENTERTAINMENT: Nightclubs and boobie bars are scaredy cats

  The Super Bowl didn’t vanish from Las Vegas. At least the 295,000 people who are expected to roll into town this weekend certainly hope not.
  But just about everyone in town is afraid of the National Football League, and its 2005 crackdown on casinos charging admission for their parties. So this is the last time you will see the phrase "Super Bowl" in this blog entry. Here are some of the promotions around town and the way they are advertised:
  —  Tao inside The Venetian has a "Cheerleader Bowl" at 10 p.m. tonight, with "Game 2" on Saturday.
  — Sapphire gentlemen’s club has a bikini babe holding a football to explain why it’s a "Super Weekend" on Sunday, where a $25 "preferred" admission and $75 for VIPs promises "food, raffles and prizes."
   — Jerry’s Nugget does use the "S" word in its press release, but calls it a "Big Game Viewing Party” on Sunday, where entry is free if, uhm, you happen to put down a minimum $20 sports wager. The betting starts early with coffee and donuts at 10 a.m. The game itself comes with $1 hot dogs, pizza slices or Coors.

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