Terry told me: “I’m working with one of Jay Leno’s comedy writers who doesn’t have that late-night television gig anymore. We follow the news, we follow tabloid targets, we follow people’s stupidity, and if it’s funny and doesn’t hurt anybody, we’ll write jokes and one-liners to add to the show.”
There are only a few weeks left before the state has to vote on regulations for medical marijuana dispensary employment. Until then Nevada is fine tuning the background check process… http://ift.tt/PmA4hg
Our restaurateur Elizabeth Blau (Honey Salt, Simon, Buddy V’s, Stewart +Ogden) was honored and named Dame de L’annee (Woman of the Year) for her nearly three decades of commitment and contribution to the betterment of the culinary experience in Las Vegas and the U.S.
Hakkasan chief Neil Moffitt strongly hinted that renovations were upcoming for one of his companies newest clubs, Pure at Caesars Palace.
In the world’s first accounting of a recreational pot industry, Colorado officials say the state has made roughly $2 million in marijuana taxes in January, the first month of sales. http://ift.tt/1ivGwza
One person is dead after an officer-involved shooting overnight in a North Las Vegas neighborhood. http://ift.tt/PmnZJ1
The mother of the man shot by Metro officers last week wants to see her son. She says she has not been allowed to do that by police, the hospital… http://ift.tt/Pmo1AJ
Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. purchased two new vehicles for approximately $500,000 from Towbin Motorcars here in Las Vegas while filming the Showtime series “All Access.” He paid cash and took home a Ferrari 458 Italia and a Bentley Flying Spur.
TV cameras from “Brew Dogs,” now in Season 2 on the Esquire Network (formerly Style), will record the frenzied bidding at a tasting party with Scottish stars and co-hosts James Watt and Martin Dickie supervising the action.
With their abs aglow, the fighters of “300: Rise of an Empire” dominated the box office with $45 million in the movie’s opening weekend. Warner Bros.’ 3-D bloodbath bested 20th Century Fox’s animated “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” which opened in second with $32.2 million.