Langdon Flynn Names Michelle St. Angelo Vice President

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Langdon Flynn Names Michelle St. Angelo Vice President

 

Langdon Flynn Communications, a Las Vegas-based Public Relations firm, today announced the promotion of Michelle St. Angelo to the role of Vice President. St. Angelo had served as the firm’s Director of Development for the previous three years.

 

“Three years ago we made the decision to bring Michelle in to our firm,” said Steve Flynn. “It was one of the best decisions we made as a company. Her role in helping chart the course for Langdon Flynn has been invaluable and the progression to her new role was a natural one.”

 

“Michelle brings a ton of experience and savvy to our Vice President position, plus a tremendous relationship with both our client base and our internal staff,” Ken Langdon added. “As someone who had a successful business before joining us at Langdon Flynn, I have the utmost confidence in her capabilities as our company continues to evolve.”

 

In addition to her development role, St. Angelo will oversee a variety of aspects of public relations for the company that lists such high profile accounts as The Venetian and Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, the Life is Beautiful Festival, AEG Live Las Vegas, Wolfgang Puck Restaurants, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, Carrot Top, Stations Casinos, Human Nature and Rao’s Restaurant Group among others. The firm will celebrate its fifth year in business this coming November.

 

“Working at Langdon Flynn beside Ken and Steve for the last three years has been a great joy of mine, and a rewarding career move,” stated St. Angelo. “I’m humbled by their decision to promote me, grateful to continue my work with an amazing team of professionals, and excited by the new growth opportunities ahead for our agency.”

 

For more information on Langdon Flynn Communications, visit www.langdonflynn.com.

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Photos: The Venetian and The Palazzo Usher in the Year of the Horse in Magnificent Style

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Photos: The Venetian and The Palazzo Usher in the Year of the Horse in Magnificent Style




The Venetian and The Palazzo welcomed the Year of the Horse on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014 with a traditional lion and dragon dance. Mr. Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, along with his wife, Dr. Miriam Adelson were in attendance to paint the eyes of the dragon and bring it to life, kicking off Chinese New Year 2014. Also in attendance to usher in the new year were president and COO, John Caparella; president of global gaming operations, Rob Goldstein; and president of international marketing, Larry Chiu.

Dancers from the Yau Kung Mon Kung Fu School of U.S.A. from Los Angeles and San Francisco paraded through both properties, blessing the baccarat salons in the casinos. The colorful event featured a parade of dancers and drummers dressed in authentic costumes who made their way through The Waterfall Atrium of The Palazzo to bring good luck throughout 2014. Guests gathered to watch the dragon and lion dance and take photos of the art installation featuring hand-sculpted and hand-painted horses.

To commemorate the Year of the Horse, the resort’s floral and horticulture department worked with a team of artisans, and consulted with a Feng Shui master, to produce the massive “Year of the Horse” art installation.
This year’s Year of the Horse art installation features:

This year’s Year of the Horse art installation features:
•       8 unique hand-sculpted and hand-painted horses
•       1 sculpted lamb (The Horse’s secret friend)
•       The primary horse stands at 16-feet high once installed in the fountain
•       4 horses are at 8-feet high
•       2 horses will be in the raised gardens
•       2 horses will appear to be walking through water
•       2 horses are rearing and are at 18-feet tall
•       1 horse is a foal and is 48-inches high.



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PANDA! at The Palazzo Theatre
PANDA!, an unprecedented theatrical spectacular, is the featured production for CHINESE NEW YEAR at The Venetian and The Palazzo. The new resident show, from acclaimed director An Zhao, is direct from Beijing, where it was produced by a team whose impressive credits include the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.  The hold-on-to-your-seat spectacle combines high-flying acrobatics, mesmerizing martial arts, music and dance, and includes a talented cast of award-winning performers from China National Acrobatic Troupe and Shaolin Monastery Kung Fu Monks Troupe.
A new spin on a timeless tale, this one-of-a-kind production artfully mixes traditional Chinese themes with unprecedented theatrical effects, making it the most high-tech production on the Las Vegas Strip.
PANDA! performs Tuesday through Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at The Palazzo Theater. For up-to-date schedule information, including dark dates, or to purchase tickets ($48-$128) visit any Venetian or Palazzo Box Office, or go online to www.venetian.com/panda, or call 702.414.9000.
Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #CNYPalazzo.

Valentine’s Day Dining Options

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Carmine’s
Carmine’s inside The Forum Shops is offering specially-made cocktail and dessert options for Valentine’s Day. Featured on Cupid’s day will be the Lover’s Punch cocktail and Chocolate Martini, both $15, as well as a special take on the restaurant’s Chocolate Torte. On February 14th, the dessert will come cut in a heart shape and sprinkled with powdered sugar, topped with whipped cream, and surrounded by chocolate covered strawberries.

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Carmine’s is located at 3500 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89109, inside The Forum Shops at Caesars. The restaurant is open Sunday – Thursday from 11 am – 11 pm and Friday –Saturday from 11 am – midnight. For more information visit www.CarminesNYC.com or call 702.473.9700.

 

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Hussong’s Cantina
In honor of Valentine’s Day, Hussong’s Cantina at The Shoppes at Mandalay Place is offering a special prix-fixe menu featuring three courses of palate pleasing Baja fare. Guests will start their meal with Green Pozole before diving into the Paella, made with Saffron rice, shrimp, chicken, mussels and Spanish sausage. For dessert, diners will indulge in Cajeta-filled Churros, all for $35 per person.

 

Hussong’s Cantina is open from 11 am to 11 pm seven days a week and opens at 10 am Sundays. For information or group reservations, please call 702.632.6450 or visit www.hussongslasvegas.com.

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LAVO Italian Restaurant
LAVO Italian Restaurant inside The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino features a one-day-only $58 prix-fixe menu in honor of the lovers’ holiday. A surprise amuse bouche crafted by the chef kicks off dinner while the next course offers the choice of Rock Shrimp & Zucchini in Filo Dough or Heart Shaped Lobster Ravioli, made with king crab sauce, Tarragon and Calabrian Chile. The meal is centered by Roasted Arctic Char with winter vegetables and truffle emulsion and Baked Alaska Zuccotto topped with Amarena cherries closes out the evening.

LAVO Italian Restaurant is open from 5 pm to midnight Sunday through Thursday, 5 pm to 1 am on Friday and 6:30 pm to 1 am on Saturday. For dinner reservations please call 702-791-1800 or visit www.lavolv.com/reservations.aspx

Strip House LV Lounge

Strip House
Strip House inside Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino is recognized as one of Las Vegas’ sexiest restaurants thanks to its décor alone. Cherry red walls and hints of old-world glamour make this the perfect setting for a romantic night on the town. Off-the-menu specials such as succulent Colossal Shrimp Scampi with grilled garlic bread and parsley sauce ($21), 24 oz. Chateaubriand for Two, carved tableside, ($98) as well as Potato Gnocchi with Shaved Fresh Black Truffle topped with parmesan cheese and chives ($21) will complete the dining experience.

 

Strip House is open Sunday – Thursday 5 pm to 11 pm and Friday – Saturday 5 pm to 11:30 pm. For more information or to make a reservation please contact 702.737.5200 or visit www.striphouse.com.

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TAO Asian Bistro
TAO Asian Bistro at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino offers a special $58 prix-fixe menu in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The delectable four-course menu begins with Oysters with Miso & Onion Mignonette and Tomato & Ponzu Salsa. Delving into the heart of the meal, first course options include Pan Seared Pork Belly with Spicy Picked Shimiji Mushrooms & Crispy Lotus Root and a Sashimi Bouquet with Yuzu & Rose Water Vinaigrette. For the second course, guests will enjoy a succulent Salt & Pepper Lobster Tail & Kobe Hanger Steak before ending the evening on a sweet note with Dark Chocolate Pot de Crème with White Chocolate Yuzu Strawberry.

TAO Asian Bistro is open from 5 pm to midnight Sunday through Thursday and 5 pm to 1am on Friday and Saturday. For dinner reservations please call 702-388-8338 or visit www.taorestaurantlv.com/reservations.

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Slice of Vegas
Slice of Vegas at The Shoppes at Mandalay Place treats guests to an affordable and tasty prix-fixe menu beginning with Grilled Peach Salad made with fresh peaches, arugula, bleu cheese, candied nuts and bacon vinaigrette. The night’s featured entrée will be Lobster Fettuccini while dessert will bring a traditional Cannoli with vanilla and chocolate chip filling, chocolate sauce and sugar glaze grapes. Slice of Vegas’ Valentine’s Day menu is priced at $24 per person.

Slice of Vegas is open daily from 11 am to 11 pm, opening at 10 am on Sundays while the By the Slice counter continues service on Friday and Saturday until 2 am. For more information or reservations call 702.632.6470 or visit www.sliceofvegaspizza.com.

Jersey Boys Las Vegas Fashion Event to Benefit HELP of Southern Nevada

The Cast of JERSEY BOYS Hosted a Retro-Inspired Fashion Show, Special Meet & Greet, Raffle Prizes and Clothing Drive to Benefit HELP of Southern Nevada

 

 

JERSEY BOYS took their moves from the stage to the runway in an interactive fashion event to benefit HELP of Southern Nevada. Hosted by KLAS-TV news anchor Dayna Roselli, the event consisted of a clothing drive, fashion show, prize raffle and exclusive meet and greet with JERSEY BOYS cast members.

 

Cast members from JERSEY BOYS modeled the latest looks from Banana Republic’s “Mad Men” collection on the runway. Following the fashion show, the cast was available for a exclusive meet and greet for participants of the clothing drive. Guests had the opportunity to meet, take photographs and receive autographs from cast members.

More than 15 amazing prizes were given away, including the Grand Prize package of two Orchestra tickets to JERSEY BOYS, a one-night stay at The Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino and dinner for two.

 

 

Dayna Roselli

 

JERSEY BOYS modeling Banana Republic’s “Mad Men”

 

JERSEY BOYS modeling Banana Republic’s “Mad Men”

 

JERSEY BOYS modeling Banana Republic’s “Mad Men”

 

 

JERSEY BOYS modeling Banana Republic’s “Mad Men”
 
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JERSEY BOYS Host an Afternoon of Fashion, Fun and Philanthropy to Benefit HELP of Southern Nevada at Fashion Show

JERSEY BOYS Host an Afternoon of Fashion, Fun and Philanthropy
to Benefit HELP of Southern Nevada at Fashion Show
Event Includes Clothing Drive and Fashion Show on October 2

 

JERSEY BOYS will take their moves from the stage to the runway in an interactive fashion show event to benefit HELP of Southern Nevada on Sunday, October 2 on the runway at Fashion Show. The event will consist of a clothing drive, fashion show, prize raffle and exclusive meet and greet with JERSEY BOYS cast members. Emceed by KLAS-TV news anchor Dayna Roselli, the event kicks off at 2 p.m. with a retro-inspired fashion show followed by the meet and greet with cast members.  The afternoon with JERSEY BOYSwill conclude at 4 p.m. with a raffle of exciting prizes. Clothing drive donations will be accepted beginning at noon.  

“We are pleased to partner with HELP of Southern Nevada and Fashion Show for this event,” says JERSEY BOYS Producer Michael David. “JERSEY BOYS has gratefully been embraced by the Las Vegas community over the past three and a half years and this event is but one small way for us to give back to those in need.” 

Cast members from JERSEY BOYS will model the latest looks from Banana Republic’s “Mad Men” collection on the runway. Following the fashion show, the cast will be available for an exclusive meet and greet for participants of the clothing drive. Guests will have the opportunity to meet, take photographs and receive autographs from cast members. 

Guests can bring new or gently used clothing donations to the event to benefit HELP of Southern Nevada’s “Career Closet” and HELP’s Shannon West Youth Center. Donations for professional clothing including suits, dress pants, shirts and dress shoes for both men and women will be kindly accepted.  Warm clothing donations for youth ages 16 – 21 including jackets, sweaters, hooded sweatshirts and socks are also encouraged and accepted.  

“This event is coming at a critical time for HELP of Southern Nevada,” says Abby Quinn, community outreach manager of HELP of Southern Nevada. “As the colder months are approaching, we have a much greater need for warm clothing for the youth. We also have hundreds of clients who are currently looking for work and having nice, professional clothing helps them to put their best foot forward.” 

For every appropriate item donated, guests will receive one raffle ticket for a chance to win exciting prizes. There will not be a limit on the donations accepted; however raffle tickets will be limited at five per guest.  Donations must be received by 3:45 p.m. to receive a raffle ticket. More than 15 amazing prizes will be given away, including the Grand Prize package of two Orchestra tickets to JERSEY BOYS, a one-night stay at The Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino and dinner for two. Other prizes include an additional ten pair of JERSEY BOYS tickets and restaurant and retailer gift certificates from Fashion Show, The Shoppes at the Palazzo and The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian. Winners must be present to win. 

About JERSEY BOYS: 
Now in its fourth smash hit year, JERSEY BOYS is the #1 Rated Show in Las Vegas and the “Must see show of the year!” according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.  The musical phenomenon JERSEY BOYS, the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at The Palazzo is the only place on the West Coast to see this runaway hit and has taken Las Vegas by storm.  JERSEY BOYS is the story of how a group of blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks became one of the biggest American pop music sensations of all time. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide – all before they were thirty. The show features such hits as “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” “Oh, What a Night” and many more.  Presented in Las Vegas in a unique, custom-built theatre, JERSEY BOYS at The Palazzo is the same production fans all over the world have come to know and love.  Tickets for JERSEY BOYS at The Palazzo are available by calling The Palazzo Box Office at 866-641-7469 or 702-414-9000, or online at www.PalazzoLasVegas.com. For groups of 10 or more, please call (702) 785-5394 or e-mail Groups@BASEentertainment.com.  For more information please visit www.JerseyBoysVegas.com

About HELP of Southern Nevada: 
HELP of Southern Nevada assists over 100,000 low-income families and individuals to become more self-sufficient through direct services, trainings and referrals.  Programs available: social services, weatherization, community alternative sentencing, work opportunities readiness center, holiday assistance, Nevada 2-1-1 call center and homeless and youth services.  For more information, call HELP of Southern Nevada at 702-369-4357 or visit www.helpsonv.org

About Fashion Show: 
At nearly 2 million square feet, Fashion Show is the largest shopping destination on the Las Vegas Strip and one of the largest shopping centers in the USA.  Anchored by Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Dillard’s, Bloomingdale’s Home, Nordstrom and Forever 21, Fashion Show houses an eclectic mix of more than 200 stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Fashion Show’s Great Hall features an 80-foot retractable runway and stage where more than 20 fashion shows are held every weekend. Designers including Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, Perry Ellis, Donald Pliner, Alexander McQueen, Red Carter and Zac Posen have staged shows in The Great Hall. 

Fashion Show is owned and/or managed by General Growth Properties, Inc. GGP is one of the nation’s largest shopping center owners. GGP has ownership and management interest in 166 regional and super regional shopping malls in 43 states. The company portfolio totals 169 million square feet of space. A publicly-traded real estate investment trust (REIT), GGP is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GGP.