An emoticon guide to Las Vegas’ top headlines
By Melissa Gill
Time to hit the club again and go for seconds at the buffet.
Hakkasan Group’s Revive Industry Nights This Month
???? ???? ???? OMNIA Nightclub, located inside Caesars Palace, and Hakkasan Nightclub, located inside MGM Grand, will expand their days of operation to include Industry Nights this month. Beginning on May 23, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 10:30 p.m. the fun starts back up again at OMNIA and on May 27, Hakkasan will also be open on Thursdays at 10:30 p.m.
Hakkasan Group’s lineup so far already includes some exciting talents such as Tyga, Lil’ Jon (DJ set) and Kaskade. Reserve a table and check out their upcoming events here.
MGM Grand Buffet Will Be Back in Action
???? ???? ???? Reopening on May 26, MGM Grand Buffet returns with breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch. Guests can fill their plates once again with made-to-order omelets and buttermilk pancakes for breakfast or come on down for fresh pasta, BBQ ribs, salads and the desserts bar for lunch.
The buffet will be inviting guests to come back on Thursdays through Mondays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. For Monday, Thursday and Friday, it will cost $25.99 per person. And on Saturdays and Sundays, the buffet will be priced at $29.99 per person. For kids five years old and under, the buffet is complimentary during all meal periods.
DTLV Field Trip Presents Rising Stars In Las Vegas
???? ???? ???? On May 29, DTLV’s concert series, Field Trip, begins at Fergusons Downtown. Up and coming local talents will be performing such as jazzy hip hop group The Lique, rising pop singer/rapper sensation Papichuloteej, R&B artist LinaDrae, sultry soul singer B. Rose and beats by DJ Wizdumb. Papichuloteej’s single “Bye” skyrocketed on Spotify reaching nearly 2 million streams. Keep an eye on these artists, they are going places. Catch their show starting at 9 p.m. Find all the deets on WYD.
Championship or Bust for Las Vegas Aces this Season?
???? ???? ???? “Reigning MVP” A’Ja Wilson shines on the blazing cover of Las Vegas Weekly. She explains in her interview how they came so close to a championship last season and how they hope to rise above their challenges with a win. “I’ve never been this eager before to play. I’ve been working so hard this offseason just to get my mind right, my body right,” Wilson tells Las Vegas Weekly.
The source says that she earned MVP last year with her best campaign yet and that two of their important players, Liz Cambage and Kelsey Plum, were out of the game last season. However, both have returned eager to win and the stakes are higher. After three years of coming so close to a championship, this year is deemed to be either being a championship or a bust. We’re rooting for Wilson and the team to finally see all their hard work come to fruition.
Be Seduced into Getting Your Vaccine at the Strip Club
???? ???? ???? I don’t think there is anything more Vegas than vaccine shots being offered at Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club. This pop-up clinic is happening today from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Plus, those who are fully vaccinated get a free platinum membership card, a complimentary bottle, free dances and tickets to see ‘Sexxy After Dark by Jennifer Romas’ with limousine service, according to FOX 5 Las Vegas News. Only in Las Vegas, right?!?
This news is gaining a lot of traction all over the country. KTNV news anchor, Kalyna Atrinos, even woke up to texts saying her delivery of this news landed a spot on The Jimmy Kimmel Show. Watch her share it on her TikTok below.
#QOTD + #WOTD
???? ???? ???? Trending on Twitter today is Zack Synder’s “Army of The Dead” film. The movie is about a group of mercenaries taking on a heist during a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas. Catch this new flick now streaming on Netflix. Managing Editor of Fandango, Erik Davis, tweets in response to its debut:
“If Netflix is getting into video games, I’d like to request an #ArmyOfTheDead game where you can roam around Las Vegas pulling off daring heists while blasting zombies. I’d play that all day!”
If Netflix is getting into video games, I’d like to request an #ArmyOfTheDead game where you can roam around Las Vegas pulling off daring heists while blasting zombies. I’d play that all day! pic.twitter.com/A3HegZsCa0— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) May 21, 2021
Would you play a video game version of “Army of The Dead” or nah?