LIVE Magazine Issue #265 December 2017

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LIVE Magazine is an exclusive entertainment magazine designed for good times. Established in 2006, it is a biweekly art and entertainment hard copy and web publication highlighting art and entertainment events, shopping and dining venues in Palm Springs, Los Angeles, San Diego and Las Vegas. Other content includes commentary on celebrities, films, shows, human interest, emerging artists, charity events, travel and inspirational pieces. Contact us through email: LevvyCarriker@gmail.com Phone: 760-409-1234 Best time to phone is 11AM-2PM Pacific. LIVE Magazine covers events in Palm Springs, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. We have over 2.5 Million web viewers on our last 111 issues! See today's total here: www.yumpu.com/user/cre8live

DEC 6 2017

VOLUME 11

ISSUE #265

M A G A Z I N E . TV

BARRY MANILOW

ALEX GILDZEN

BOBBIE EAKES

SHARON SILLS

SPENCER DAY

KYM KARATH

the

filmmakers

G A L L E R Y

THE PRODUCERS

STEVEN ROCHE

PAUL BELSITO

#PEOPLE #INTERVIEWS #DINING #CHARITY #PLACES #ENTERTAINMENT


Highly Acclaimed,

Award-Winning

“FREEDOM TO MARRY”

Film to Premier in

Palm Springs

YOU’RE INVITED ...

Rich Weissman and J.D. Horn,

through a donation from the Richard

Norris Weissman Trust, invite

you to be their guests at the Palm

Springs premier showing of the

highly acclaimed Freedom To Marry

documentary, a full-length feature

film by Eddie Rosenstein. The epic,

nail-biting, untold story of how samesex

marriage became law of the land

follows Evan Wolfson, the architect

of the movement, and his key colleagues

on this decades long battle,

culminating in the dramatic fight at

the U.S Supreme Court. More than

the saga of one movement’s history,

the film is the inspiring tale of how

regular people can actually win - and

how activists can effectively change

the minds and laws of the nation.

Click to watch the Freedom To Marry trailer

The event will represent the first time this

award-winning film is shown in Palm Springs.

As a gift to the Palm Springs community,

there will be no charge for tickets. There will

also be no fundraising at the event.

The Boston Globe called the film “Moving

and inspirational.” The San Francisco Bay

Times called it “Forceful and moving.” Other

important reviews include “Exhilirating” and

“Keeps you on the edge of your seat.”

Evan Wolfson, the founder and living legend

behind marriage equality, will be speaking at

the event!

Evan was the head of the Freedom to Marry

organization, who conceived of the concept

while at law student at Harvard three

decades ago. He worked on every step of the

effort, state-by-state and nationally. He now

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works internationally, bringing marriage equality

to many nations throughout the world.

Evan will be joined at the event by other leaders

in the movement: Misha Isaak, General

Counsel to Oregon Governor Kate Brown,

who litigated same-sex marriage before the

U.S. District Court in Oregon, providing an

important win for the ultimate U.S. Supreme

Court decision; Geoff Kors, Palm Springs

Councilmember, who worked in the National

Center for Lesbian Rights, Equality California,

and other groundbreaking LGBTQ organizations,

and who was on the national board of

Freedom to Marry.

The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus will

be singing at the event, to bring additional

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entertainment to the evening’s festivities.

Following the film, there will be a Q&A

with Evan.

Tickets are available on a first-to rsvp basis.

RSVP now to reserve tickets. Ticketing

information will be emailed to you prior

to the event (eventbrite will not issue

you tickets). Limit two tickets per email

address (if you need more, please email

Rich). Casual attire.

For questions, email Rich at:

rweissman@hotmail.com

For information about the Richard Norris

Weissman Trust, Rich and J.D., go to:

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KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

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POET teen columnist

publisherAUTHOR

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TOUCANARTIST

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

LIVE Magazine

by Levvy Carriker and Juli Ragsdale

The movie opens with the news that Superman is

dead. As soon as the news spreads violence erupts as

the cities begin to burn. It signals the possible end of

the world as powers struggle for control of the planet.

This time the heroes feel it is ‘something more...something

darker’. Divided they begin to feel conquered.

They ask, “Where are you, Superman?”

The world remains in mourning after the death of

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LIVEMAGAZINET

DEC 6 2017

VOLUME 11

ISSUE #265

M A G A Z I N E . TV

BARRY MANILOW

ALEX GILDZEN

BOBBIE EAKES

PAGE 26-31

SHARON SILLS

SPENCER DAY

KYM KARATH

the

filmmakers

G A L L E R Y

THE PRODUCERS

STEVEN ROCHE PAUL BELSITO

#PEOPLE #INTERVIEWS #DINING #CHARITY #PLACES #ENTERTAINMENT

LIVE Magazine

by Juli Ragsdale

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KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

teen columnist

PALM SPRINGS RESIDENT

ALEX GILDZEN

TOUCANARTIST

POET

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

MAGAZINE

publisher

AUTHOR

Alex grew up in Elyria, Ohio, where he was the

teen columnist for the local newspaper. By the

time Alex was a student at Kent State University

his poems began to appear in magazines like

American Weave and Snowy Egret. Alex has published

hundreds of poems since and is an author

and artist.

Levvy: I read that you created and published a

magazine you named, Toucan. Tell us how that

got it’s start and what was the publication like?

Alex: I started that with other grad students at

Kent State in 1967. It published important articles

about independent cinema by filmmakers Jonas

Mekas and Gregory Markopoulous as well as work

by Gary Snyder, d.a. levy and Paul Metcalf.

LC: You published your first book, “Into the Sea,”

in 1969. What inspired that book and what did it

feel like to hold it published in book form for the

first time?

AG: It was a tiny chapbook -- only three poems.

But at the time it was earth-shaking for me. I

doubt any writer forgets that first book. There

were only 200 copies so it’s one of my rarest

items. However over a dozen special collections

libraries have copies.

LC: You had a huge impact on Kent State University,

for 30+ years actually. Tell us about that experience

including editing Momentum and work in

the Special Collections Department at the library.

AG: That editing job was only part of my responsibilities

as a staff writer for the University News

Service. I was able to combine my undergrad

training as a journalist with my love for the arts.

But when I switched to the library I feel I was able

to make my greatest contribution. As a poet, I

worked to continue the department’s outstanding

poetry collection. I have also been a forever

fan of theater and film. I was able to secure for

Kent State the archives of the Open Theater

as well as its founder Joseph Chaikin and chief

playwright Jean-Claude van Itallie. Then I brought

in the papers of Robert Lewis, one of the founders

at the Actors Studio, silent screen star Lois Wilson

and film historians Gerald Mast and James Robert

Parish.

LC: Alex you are also known for Postcard Memoirs.

Tell us about that?

AG: That was one of my favorite projects. It was a

way to combine my work as a mail artist with my

writing. I began writing about my life on postcards

which I mailed to a group of friends. Most were

sent from Kent but sometimes I mailed them

from my travels -- including London and Tangier.

In 1990 I gathered the first hundred and put out a

small book under my imprint Toucan Press. It had

a sweet introduction by Sam Steward years before

the biography of him (“Secret Historian”).

LC: While living in Santa Fe you accomplished

quite a bit. I love Rufus Wainwright! Tell us how

that came about.

AG: While serving on the board of Santa Fe Cares,

I produced the first pop concert at Santa Fe Opera

in 1999. Bea Arthur was emcee and one of the

performers I invited was Rufus. I still remember

sitting alone there listening to him do his sound

check. Tears started coming down my cheeks.

LC: The internet has changed business models

and social spheres and that applies to poets

and artists of all genres. When did you get into

e-books and how is that going?

AG: Not only do I have a new fan base because

of the internet but I’m able to get work out more

quickly and to a wider audience. My newest collection,

“Disco Naps & Odd Nods,” is part of a

politically-oriented series called Locofo Chaps

(www.moriapoetry.com). Over one hundred of

these were released online with print copies also

available.

LC: What projects are you currently working on?

AG: My masterwork is “Alex in Movieland.” It’s an

autobiography in list form which I’ve been writing

for years. I add something everyday. It isn’t well

known because very little has been published so

far. My poor literary executor will have to find a

publisher for the whole thing when I’m gone. I’m

also always writing new poems and hope to get

back to making more collages.

LC: What advice would you give to an emerging

artist, writer or poet?

AG: Just do it. I started writing as a kid and published

wherever I could. It’s hard to believe but

my first poems appeared in print 55 years ago.

We all have poems lurking inside us but it’s the

poets who allow them out.

LC: I thank you for your time Alex and find myself

tipping my hat to you! What a great career and

energy. I would like to ask you if we may publish a

couple of your poems and which ones

would you choose?

AG: Thank you for asking. Here are the first two

poems I wrote after moving to Palm Springs a

little over a year ago.


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y Levvy Carriker

LIVEMAGAZINETV

THE

FILMMAKERS

GALLERY

WITH

STEVEN ROCHE

AND PAUL BELSITO

HOW THEY MET

We initially met in 2008 in Long Beach

where our Filmmakers Gallery is located.

We had this dream to create something

together and at first it was an art gallery

because I am an artist and Steven is a photographer

and filmmaker. We just wanted

a ‘little place’ where we could do our

‘hobby’. And that hobby has grown way

beyond our expectations and that is how

The Filmmakers Gallery began.

LC: I just love Lily Tomlin! I know she is a

close friend of Kats.

PB: Yes Kat and Lily are so devoted to the

program. The film ‘Teach Your Children Well’

is as important today as it was then with all

the bullying going on. I mean the film really

can stand the test of time. I believe it is an

important film for todays audience.

LC: Then you took it from there to something

Levvy: Tell me how you got invovled with

Kat Kramer’s ‘Teach Your Children Well’.

Steven: Actually we met Gary Takesian

who is the director of the documentary

and he invited us on board to help Produce

it with him, I Co-Wrote the documentary

Michael Vaccaro, creator of

‘Child of the 70’s’

and Paul was Associate Producer. Kat Kramer

and her Films that Change the World program

came on board to help us fund raise

monies. We had fundraisers in Long Beach

and Kat then made us official selections

for her ‘Kat Kramers Films that Change the

World’ at the World Premiere in Hollywood.

PAUL: Both of the events Lily Tomlin attended

as Lily was the film’s narrator. So I looked

at Steven at the fundraiser as Lily was on

our stage at The Filmmakers Gallery asking

everyone to open up their pocket books.

We were so excited!

First fundraiser screening for our film,

‘Teach Your Children Well’ by

Kat Kramer with Lily Tomlin narrating

completely different, Michael Vacarro’s ‘Child

of the 70’s’. Tell us how you became involved

with that series.

SR: We were approached and met with

Michael Vacarro who is the Creator of the

series. We had one lunch meeting and it went

so well that we decided to get involved. And

interestingly enough Kat Kramer was Associate

Producer of that series.

PB: If you look close enough you will see us in

the film as cameos or should I say ‘waiters’, so

look close and might see us!


Kat Kramer

Steven Roche and Paul Belsito

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(Filmmaker’s Gallery story continued

from page 27)

Paul and I immediately came on board for

3 episodes in 2015 as Executive Producer

and Co-Producer. I was also Co-writer.

PB: If you look close enough you will see

us in the film as cameos or should I say

‘waiters’, so look close and you might see

us!

LC: So now you are in Palm Springs and

with your Filmmakers Gallery you are producing

film events with the Palm Springs

Cultural Center at The Camelot. I love this!

So tell us about the big event Dec. 8 at The

Camelot.

SR: It is a screening of ‘The Sound of

Music’ and our special guest is Kym Karath

who played the youngest of the Von Trapp

children, ‘Gretl’. The screening is Friday

Dec. 8th at The Camelot benefitting Kym’s

charity, The Aurelia Foundation.

PB: And how we met Kym was interesting.

We got invited to a dinner party at Charmian

Carr’s house who played ‘Liesl’ in ‘The

Sound of Music’. It was a great dinner party

and Kym was another guest and we just

hit it off. So from there to here, our first

Palm Springs Cultural event, ‘The screening

of The Sound of Music’ with Kym Karath

evolved.

LC: I am looking forward to this amazing

event you have created. I could not thank

you guys enough for bringing this kind of

film experience to Palm Springs. There is

a hungry Palm Springs market for just this

kind of event.

Kym Karath

‘Gretl Von Trapp’

PAUL BELSITO


Kat Kramer

Steven Roche and Paul Belsito.

Photo by Gregg Felsen

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(Filmmaker’s Gallery story continued

from page 27)

Paul and I immediately came on board for

3 episodes in 2015 as Executive Producer

and Co-Producer. I was also Co-writer.

PB: If you look close enough you will see

us in the film as cameos or should I say

‘waiters’, so look close and you might see

us!

LC: So now you are in Palm Springs and

with your Filmmakers Gallery you are producing

film events with the Palm Springs

Cultural Center at The Camelot. I love this!

So tell us about the big event Dec. 8 at The

Camelot.

SR: It is a screening of ‘The Sound of

Music’ and our special guest is Kym Karath

who played the youngest of the Von Trapp

children, ‘Gretl’. The screening is Friday

Dec. 8th at The Camelot benefitting Kym’s

charity, The Aurelia Foundation.

PB: And how we met Kym was interesting.

We got invited to a dinner party at Charmian

Carr’s house who played ‘Liesl’ in ‘The

Sound of Music’. It was a great dinner party

and Kym was another guest and we just

hit it off. So from there to here, our first

Palm Springs Cultural event, ‘The screening

of The Sound of Music’ with Kym Karath

evolved.

LC: I am looking forward to this amazing

event you have created. I could not thank

you guys enough for bringing this kind of

film experience to Palm Springs. There is

a hungry Palm Springs market for just this

kind of event.

Kym Karath

‘Gretl Von Trapp’

PAUL BELSITO


STEVEN ROCHE

Photos by Gregg Felsen

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LIVE Magazine

by Juli Ragsdale

Talk about new car fever! I was invited by the

General Manager, James Ochner at I-10

Toyota to test drive the much anticipated

2018 Camry. What a stylish vehicle! It has so

many technological reports and features. Too

many to mention in one article!

Let me ask you something. Would you be

happy with a cell phone or a computer from

even 6 years ago? NO WAY!! Now that I have

put that in perspective, think about this. A

modern Toyota is not just one computer. It is

a carload of computing...It is just baby steps

away from the driver-less car! Simply put,

this car is an intuitive extension of the driver.

When it is this easy, you can become dependent

on the union of man and machine!

I would suggest that you go to I-10 Toyota and

try the 2018 Camry for yourself. The all-new

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punch with enhanced fuel efficiency to

boot. It proves the rational choice can also

be an exciting one. This sporty car can get up

and go!

I put this car to the test by using it like I would

my car. I drove it all over Palm Springs, took

it on mundane errands, took it on a day trip

and even a short drive into the high desert

to get a feel on all types of roads. About the

only thing I didn’t do is ride in the back seat...

and that was just because I just couldn’t be

persuaded out of the driver’s seat! So sit back

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There is nothing like the sheer joy of driving a brand new car with all of today’s modern

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acid to decalcify the tooth. It is called dental

plaque and it forms very quick after eating.

The better hygiene a person has, the less

they will have decay. It takes both sugar and

plaque to decay a tooth. The more you brush

and floss, the more plaque removed and the

less risk of decay.

Additionally, elderly patients also tend to have

more decay. It is more obvious with elderly

patients who are loosing their dexterity, and

in general they tend to eat more sweets more

often, and not brush as often.

There is also another component that needs

to be explained here. In the mouth there are

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for gum disease and some are responsible

for decay. Some people may have the best

hygiene and still have gum disease and some

who have the worst hygiene may not suffer

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disease. Same thing for decay. Some people

will be more susceptible to decay then others

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higher rate then another person. But that is

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Very rarely a person will suffer from gum

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not suffer from gum disease like bone loss,

periodontal pockets and tooth mobility.

It is a proven fact though, that the better

the dental hygiene you have and the better

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So, it is not true that decay affect only

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The best way to prevent that is to have

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Do you think that dental cavities are

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Soft drinks, candies and anything sweet

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y Levvy Carriker and Juli Ragsdale

LIVE Magazine

The movie opens with the news that Superman is dead. As soon as

the news spreads violence erupts as the cities begin to burn. It signals

the possible end of the world as powers struggle for control of the

planet. This time the heroes feel it is ‘something more...something

darker’. Divided they begin to feel conquered. They ask, “Where are

you, Superman?”

Photos:

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/ TM & © DC Comics

The world remains in mourning after the death of Superman. Frontlines

of the papers read: ‘WORLD WITHOUT HOPE’. “We don’t have

any more time” and a feeling for “Something is coming” envelops the

minds of everyone!

Is there hope?

From Warner Bros. Pictures comes the

first-ever big screen epic action adventure

“Justice League,” directed by Zack Snyder

and starring as the famed lineup of DC

Super Heroes: Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry

Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder

Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Jason Momoa

as Aquaman, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and

inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce

Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally,

Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.

Together, Batman and Wonder Woman

work quickly to find and recruit a team of

metahumans to stand against this newly

awakened threat. But despite the formation

of this unprecedented league of heroes—

Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg

and The Flash—it may already be too late to

save the planet from an assault of catastrophic

proportions.

The film also stars Amy Adams as Lois Lane,

Jeremy Irons as Alfred, Diane Lane as Martha

Kent, Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta, and

J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon.

The “Justice League” screenplay is by Chris

Terrio and Joss Whedon, story by Chris

Terrio & Zack Snyder, based on characters

from DC, Superman created by Jerry Siegel

and Joe Shuster. The film’s producers are

Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Jon Berg

and Geoff Johns, with executive producers

Jim Rowe, Ben Affleck, Wesley Coller, Curtis

Kanemoto, Daniel S. Kaminsky and Chris

Terrio.

The behind-the-scenes team includes director

of photography Fabian Wagner (“Game of

Thrones”); Snyder’s frequent collaborators,

production designer Patrick Tatopoulos, editor

David Brenner, Oscar-nominated costume

designer Michael Wilkinson (“American

Hustle”) and visual effects supervisor John

“DJ” DesJardin; and Oscar-nominated editor

Richard Pearson (“Kong: Skull Island,” “United

93”) and Oscar-winning editor Martin Walsh

(“Wonder Woman,” “Chicago”). The music is

by Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman

(“Milk,” “Men in Black”).

Warner Bros. Pictures presents an Atlas Entertainment/Cruel

and Unusual Production, a

Zack Snyder Film, “Justice League.” The film is

set for release in 3D and 2D in select theaters

and IMAX on November 17, 2017. It will be

distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures,

a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

“Justice League” has been rated PG-13 for

sequences of sci-fi violence and action.

(L-R) J.K. SIMMONS as Commissioner Gordon,

BEN AFFLECK as Batman and JASON

MOMOA as Aquaman in Warner Bros.

EZRA MILLER as The Flash

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GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman

EZRA MILLER as The Flash in Warner Bros. Pictures' action adventure

"JUSTICE LEAGUE," a Warner Bros. Pictures


(L-R) BEN AFFLECK as Batman, GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman,

RAY FISHER as Cyborg, EZRA MILLER as The Flash

adventure "JUSTICE LEAGUE," a Warner Bros. Pictures

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FREE THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS

Mermaid Aquarium

Underwater Fish Feeding Show

The Silverton Casino’s saltwater aquarium

is large and impressive. The signature

117,000-gallon reef aquarium

will transport you to a tropical oasis

where you can admire more than 4,000

tropical fish, and three species each of

stingrays and sharks.

Interactive feeding shows are scheduled

daily at 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm.

The staff marine biologist at our Las

Vegas hotel is equipped with a full-face

communication mask and answers

guests’ questions during the feeding

show. Also, don’t miss the live mermaid

swim!

Mermaid swims take place as follow:

Thursday: 12:00 – 1:15 pm; 2:00 pm –

3:15 pm; 5:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Friday: 12:00 – 1:15 pm; 2:00 pm – 3:15

pm; 5:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Saturday: 12:00 – 1:15 pm; 2:00 pm –

3:15 pm; 5:00 pm – 8:15 pm

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– 3:45 pm; 5:00 pm – 6:45 pm

In addition, the Mermaid Lounge features

two 500-gallon jellyfish aquariums

lit with LED lights.

Silverton Hotel & Casino – Mermaid

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(702) 263-7777

LOVE by Cirque du Soleil

Technical Tour –

Mirage Hotel

Enjoy complimentary insider access to The

Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil. Learn

more about the show’s technical elements

such as: automation, audio, projections,

lighting, rigging, and also highlight some

of the shows props and wardrobe. Insider

access offers in-depth demonstration of

the magic behind the curtain.

The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil's

Magical Technical Tour

Occurrence: Saturdays* inside the LOVE

Theatre

Time: 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Duration: Approximately 30 mins.

Seating: First come basis and open to the

public

Late Comers: For the safety of all attendees

no late comers will be allowed after its

start time.

Disclaimer: Please be advised strobe lights

and theatrical fog will be used during the

demos. Guests who react to either of

these effects should attend the show at

their own risk.

Photography: Approved and is permitted

during the demonstration.

*Date/time subject to change without

notice. To verify performance call the box

office at (702) 792-7735.

The Mirage Hotel & Casino

3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

Las Vegas, NV 89109

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Harbor Rainstorm

At the Harbor Rainstorm at the Miracle

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the feeling of being in a North African

Harbor when suddenly, a rainstorm breaks

out! You won’t even need to run for cover

as the rain pours down, thunder booms

around you, and the fog engulfs the harbor.

Located in the beautiful Miracle Mile

Shops at the Planet Hollywood Resort &

Casino.

Storms occur: Monday-Thursday at the

top of each hour from 10:00 am – 11:00

pm; Friday-Sunday every half hour from

10:00 am – 11:00 pm

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood

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Fremont Street

Experience

Street Performers

At the Fremont Street Experience in the

neon center of downtown Las Vegas, there

are all kinds of street performers putting

their varied talents on display. From Elvis

impersonators, glamorous showgirls and

African drummers, to costumed cartoon

characters and belly dancing zombies –

it is truly a thing to behold. Photos are

allowed, and tipping is appreciated – as

these entertainers are not paid to be

there.

Downtown Las Vegas

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Fall of Atlantis Show

The Fall of Atlantis Show, which is

located near the Race for Atlantis, is

one of Vegas’ best free attractions.

Animatronic figures fight for control of

Atlantis in this exciting production.

Also worth a look is the amazing salt

water aquarium that comprises the

show’s platform.

On the west end of the mall is the

Festival Fountain Show where visitors

are entertained by the Greek gods

Bacchus, Venus, Apollo and Plutus in

animatronic form, who hold the audience

spellbound throughout with a

laser, water and light show.

Hours: Shows every hour/on the hour,

Sun – Thr, 11 am – 10 pm; Fri – Sat, 11

am – 11 pm

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 731-7110

Mystère by Cirque du Soleil

Open Rehearsals –

Treasure Island Hotel

Known for bringing wonder and delight

to millions of spectators across the globe,

Cirque du Soleil welcomes Las Vegas

visitors and locals to get an inside look

at Mystère as it reveals the astounding

athleticism behind some of the world’s

best acrobatic performers. Every Monday,

from 4 pm to 4:30 pm, fans have the rare

opportunity to observe cast members

from the show as they rehearse for the

evening’s performance. Guests will also

receive a voucher for an exclusive special

offer on Mystère show tickets.

Mystère Open Rehearsal

Occurrence: Mondays* inside the Mystère

Theatre

Time: 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Duration: Approximately 30 mins.

Seating: First come basis and open to the

public

Late Comers: For the safety of all attendees

no late comers will be allowed after its

start time.

Disclaimer: Please be advised strobe lights

and theatrical fog may be used during the

rehearsal. Guests who react to either of

these effects should attend the show at

their own risk.

*Date/time subject to change without

notice. To verify performance call the box

office at (702) 894-7723.

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

3300 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 894-7111

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SPENCER DAY

IN “ANGEL CITY”

Acclaimed singer-songwriter/pianist—and

San Diego favorite—

Spencer Day returns to MA4 to

celebrate the release of his much-anticipated

new album, “Angel City,”

on Thursday, December 21 at 8pm.

Called his most complex concept

album to date, “Angel City” will feature

all-new original songs, as well

as concert favorites and a few reimagined

interpretations of previous

recordings. The release of “Angel

City” marks the completion of Day’s

seventh album.

Audiences around the world have enthusiastically

supported Spencer Day for over

ten years at venues as diverse as Birdland

in New York, the Hollywood Bowl, Jazz Alley

in Seattle, the Pacific Rim Jazz Festival in

Manila, the Kennedy Center in Washington,

DC, Tanglewood Music Center in Boston, and

The Craig Ferguson Show. Day has been a

perennial favorite in the San Francisco Bay

Area, New York, NY, and is widely regarded

for his original songs that blend compelling

melodies, smart lyrics and lush arrangements.

He enjoys the versatility and flexibility

of his music and performs shows that

infuse elements of cabaret, storytelling, and

comedy with his piano and vocals.

For his recent album Daybreak, debuting #1

on the iTunes Jazz Chart, Day crafted five

new works that blend seamlessly with the

cover tunes to create a moving tribute to

the time, sound, feel, and sensibility that

defined the California mid-century experience.

Daybreak evokes the breezy feel of a

sunny Southern California afternoon. Classics

including Groovin, A World Without Love,

and Never My Love have been re-imagined

and interpreted in Spencer’s trademark honey

baritone voice. Daybreak reflects Spencer’s

roots in the Great American Songbook,

with a contemporary, upbeat twist that has

become his signature sound.

Early Raves for Daybreak: “Album number

five from jazzeteer, Spencer Day, sees him

paying homage to the sixties, with an album

split evenly between originals and covers. And

it’s good.” — the-rocker.co.uk

“Day’s music is simply charming, from top to

bottom. Where should we place him? Jazz?

Pop? Crooner’s music? Which genre really

does not matter.” — keysandchords.com

• Daybreak debuts on Billboard’s charts Jazz

Albums #20 and Contemporary Jazz Albums

#11

• Debuted at #1 on iTunes jazz chart

• Top 5 most added single (Missing Tonight) on

Billboard smooth jazz

For Spencer remaining relevant in the music

industry is a constant. He continually examines

who he is both as a person and an artist. “I

really have come to believe that my job as an

artist is to help people access their emotions.

My first job is to help people feel something;

anything. I want us all to be able to celebrate

our shared humanity, regardless of where

we come from.” With this energy, Spencer’s

latest and fifth album Daybreak, was born. The

album is filled with a selection of classic tunes

from the 60s in addition to five original songs

that he wrote in a style to pay homage to

them. “The whole album is really a reflection

of where I stand at this moment; more happy

than I’ve ever been in my adult life.”

Spencer Day: In the beginning. . . .

Spencer was raised in the small town of Pinetop,

Arizona by his mother, an accomplished

music teacher and soprano vocalist. Her talent

and love of music encouraged and influenced

him to become the singer and musician he is

today. Spencer found inspiration in the works

of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Roy Orbison,

Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon and many others.

These artists are the foundation of Spencer’s

creative process and continue to influence his

writing and performance style.

Over the years, Spencer’s fan base has grown

immensely and continues to grow. A clear

tipping point was in 2007 when he was asked

to perform at the San Francisco Jazz Festival,

which led to many requests to headline in a

number of music venues including: Yoshi’s in

San Francisco and Oakland, the Plush Room,

the Great American Music Hall, Monterey

Jazz Festival and the Hollywood Bowl in LA.

On the east coast, he has earned rave reviews

for performances at Town Hall, Joe’s Pub, and

the Canal Room in New York City. He has also

headlined internationally in England, Japan,

Australia and Mexico.

“I hope to create music that is sophisticated

but teeming with raw emotion and fire under

the surface. It is in life’s contradictions where

the most beautiful things are created.”- Spencer

Day


Thursday

December 21

8pm

SPENCER DAY

“ANGEL CITY”

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