An emoticon guide to Las Vegas’ top headlines
By Melissa Gill
Party with influencer Charly Jordan at Resorts World and go for the dessert station at Excalibur.
Resorts World Las Vegas Opens its Doors
To celebrate the grand opening, the pre party will feature live entertainment by DJ and social media influencer, Charly Jordan, to kick off the event at the resort’s south east plaza on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Genting Boulevard. Along with the performance, they will also be hosting giveaways and more. The celebratory events before they are officially open to everyone will be limited and be on a first come, first serve basis.
Another perk of this blowout is that the parking is complimentary. Guests aiming to attend the pre party can park in the property’s garage located on Goh Tong Way and Sammy Davis Jr. Drive starting at 9 p.m. However, Goh Tong Way will be closed until 9 p.m. and guests are encouraged to utilize their rideshare drop-off location because parking will be limited.
Are you ready to see a new resort come to life? We are!
Excalibur Buffet Reopens July 1
The Excalibur Buffet will be open for weekday and weekend brunch with a variety of both hot and cold stations. Some popular dishes guests can dig into will be there made-to-order omelets, rotisserie chicken, iced shellfish, smoked brisket, sushi, beef birria and a dessert station featuring bread pudding, crepes, donuts, cake, frozen custard and more.
Guests can hit up the buffet on Thursday through Monday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, the buffet costs $24.99 per person and $14.99 for children ages 6 to 11. Saturday and Sunday the buffet is priced at $29.99 per person and kids ages 6 to 11 eat for $15.99 each. For children 5 years old and under, they can chow down for free at all meal periods.
Nothing feels more like Vegas than going to the buffet while on vacay. It was the rotisserie chicken for me.
“The Bodega Boys” are Coming to Town
The Bronx duo started gaining an audience on their podcast, “The Bodega Boys,” with their edgy humor and commentary on everything from pop culture to politics. The podcasters also star in Showtime’s first late-night talk show, “Desus & Mero,” which is now in its third season.
The pair have appeared in many prestigious publications including “The New York Times,” “Hollywood Reporter,” and “Rolling Stone” called them “Comedy’s Hottest Duo” in 2015.
Tickets for the show start at $39.99 and can be purchased here.
#QOTD & #WOTD
The pop singer and former Vegas headliner’s conservatorship has sparked a “Free Britney” Movement and was even covered in a documentary, “The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney.” Due to the legal constraints of her conservatorship, she was not present in the documentary, but it included a variety of interviews about the case including her former assistant – Felicia Culotta. The documentary peels back all the layers of her complex circumstances and revisits some inappropriate ways she was interviewed and bombarded in the past by everyone from the paparazzi to Justin Timberlake’s remarks, which he addressed in a public apology to her.
Spears’ court hearing was leaked on the internet and her words have powerfully affected her fans and continues to strengthen the “Free Britney” Movement. In the leaked audio, she discusses how she had expressed her discomforts about her medical care and how her career was being managed.
She made it clear that she wanted the judge to hear her plea and take her concerns seriously.
“I just want my life. It’s been 13 years and it’s enough,” says Spears, in the leaked audio, “I truly believe that this conservatorship is abusive.”