Ricky Martin: ALL IN

Let me just start out by saying that Ricky Martin is HOT. There, I said it and got it out of the way. There is just no denying that fact. I have never been a Ricky Martin fan nor have I ever disliked him. Whenever I use to see him perform on television, I thought he was good looking and very talented but he wasn’t someone on my playlist in the car. When I heard he was performing at the Park Theater, I didn’t run out to buy tickets. The only reason I arranged to watch him was because my sister was scheduled to visit me and she is a big fan. Her trip was moved to the end of the month so she was not able to watch, but I decided to bring a friend and go anyway. Before Ricky actually takes the stage for his All In concert, a video plays on a huge screen. Ricky is seen, in the last frame, exiting the shower in a towel.… Read More

Things To Do in Las Vegas: 2017 4th of July

With the 4th of July falling on a Tuesday this year, you can bet the partying is going to last until the wee hours of July 5th! I can’t wait! As expected, there are a million and one things to do in Las Vegas this weekend! Here is the quick and dirty on where you can catch the fireworks and parades: Fireworks Saturday, July 1 The Fremont Street Experience 10:45 p.m. Fireworks Display: 4 – 5 minutes Sunday, July 2 Lake Las Vegas 8:40 p.m. Fireworks Display: 10 minutes Caesar’s Palace 9:10 p.m. Fireworks Display: 15 minutes Tuesday, July 4 Heritage Park (Henderson) 9 p.m. Fireworks Display: 5 minutes Green Valley Ranch 9 p.m. Fireworks Display: 9 – 10 minutes Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa 9 p.m. Fireworks Display: 9 – 10 minutes Parades Sunday, July 2 The LINQ Promenade 12 p.m. Start: Las Vegas Blvd. at the LINQ Promenade to the High Roller End: Fountain Stage Tuesday, July 4 Boulder City 4th of July Parade 9 a.m. Start:… Read More