Name the quintessential Las Vegas entertainer. Many people might guess Elvis Presley, whose “Viva Las Vegas” might double as an unofficial city anthem. But Liberace, the piano king with the shining rhinestones, fistfuls of piano-shaped rings, furry, feathery outfits and over-the-top showmanship, ruled Las Vegas entertainment for decades before the swivel-hipped rocker hit it big at the International Hotel in the 1960s.
PRAISE UNTO CAESARS: With diverse charitable initiatives, Caesars Entertainment Corp. makes 2019 list of ‘Best Corporate Citizens’
Caesars Entertainment recently made Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 2019 list of “100 Best Corporate Citizens.” Coming in at No. 72 overall, its inclusion was based on its performance and initiatives in seven categories: environment, climate change, employee relations, human rights, governance, finance and stakeholders, and society. Notable among the Caesars rankings were its placements as 15th on environment and fourth place on climate change, largely attributable to its ambitious goals to cut high levels of greenhouse gas emissions.
CASEY & THE SUNSHINE GIRL: Las Vegas Car Stars showman Paul Casey cherishes the memory of the young daughter he just laid to rest
Spiritually, Jobyna’s profound impact on her dad hovers over his 10th annual Las Vegas Car Stars event May 9-11th. Created by Casey, a special events producer/performer who bills himself as “the king of Las Vegas entertainment,” the three-day blowout is a splashy pop-culture revel.