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Celebrity Scene News by Pete Allman - September 2007

 


Club V Opens This November Downtown Las Vegas

by Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News

 
  Club V Las VegasI met a gentleman recently by the name of Versatile, who is referred to as "the new architect of entertainment" and wants to spread love through his music. His new club, "V", will open in the Fremont East District of Downtown Las Vegas.

"No matter our differences, share the goals of prosperity, peace and your preference of music," states Versatile. "Music tells a story to which we all can relate," he said.

Versatile, who attended the Fremont East lighting ceremony recently, said his club is "innovative" for its promotion of a new event, Americas Original, a music competition where one lucky group or individual will win a recording deal. For more information visit www.Americas-Original.com.
 
 


Troy Cory Pioneers Web-Casting Over Mobile Networks

by Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News

 
  KudoAdsIn a world of technology, the wireless telephone is, shall we say, re-purposed. A new contender in Web content delivery is celebrating KudoAds and KudoCasting advertising.

The one-time server of farm business has been re-purposed by the stroke of a pen, according author and web-casting pioneer Troy Cory, chief executive of Smart90.com.

Available now are AT&T KudoAds, displays, T-Mobile KudoAds and Sprint KudoAds.
For more information, visit Smart90.com.
 
 


Queen Latifah's New Album Is Sultry

by Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News

 
  Queen Latifah, Travelin LightQueen Latifah’s new album, Trav’lin Light, will be released on Verve Records in conjunction with Flavor Unit Entertainment on September 25, 2007. It is produced by the Grammy-winning Tommy LiPuma and by Geffen records.

If you enjoy jazz, soul and blues, you’ll enjoy the sultry voice of Queen Latifah.
Joining the Queen are musicians, George Duke and Joe Sample, to mention a few. The album is engineered by 15-time Grammy-winner Al Schmitt.
 
 


Balboa Bay Club and Resort, A Superlative Getaway

by Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News

 
  Balboa Beach Club and ResortIt’s no surprise that Las Vegans enjoy a quick getaway by taking their refuge in places like Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, Marina Del Rey and Malibu. One of the traditions in Newport Beach for resort living is the Balboa Bay Club and Resort.

According to George Lysak, the executive director of sales and marketing for the resort, the historical resort has been catering to the elite since 1908. Today, however, the resort has a new contemporary design catering to club members, as well as the public. This four-diamond star resort is located on Pacific Coast Highway on the Bay of Newport Beach.

The Balboa Beach Club and Resort has been a favorite place for celebrities such as John Wayne. Besides being on the Board of Governors, Wayne often enjoyed playing host to the employees on special occasions, such as Christmas.

I can certainly attest to the beauty of this resort, which has merged the many comforts of a luxury hotel with a warm and welcoming ambiance. The Balboa Beach Club and Resort has spacious guest rooms, which are highlighted by beds that defy luxury and comfort. I enjoyed the goose down feather pillows and comforters, which are provided in every room. The Balboa Bay Club and Resort also features a wonderful spa and fitness center, which is visited by tourists from around the world.

Should you decide to enjoy a getaway to Balboa Bay, you’ll certainly want to enjoy the first cabin restaurant, which serves some of the finest cuisine I can recall. The resort also has a ballroom and meetings rooms available for events. Balboa Bay Club and Resort is rated five stars by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences.
 
 


The Christopher Broughton Show Opens at The Venetian Showroom

by Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News

 
  Christopher BroughtonChristopher Broughton, one of the more talented magicians of out time, has a new weekly TV show underway in Las Vegas is being taped for broadcast from the Venetian showroom starting in mid-October. It is called The Christopher Broughton Show, which is a late-night talk and variety show “where Hollywood meets the Strip.”

Some of the scheduled guests include Don King, Dolly Parton and Gino Vanelli. MTV regards the show as a sort of Dave Chappelle meets Jay Leno show on steroids.

Tickets for the show are $30 and doors open at 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more info visit www.thecbshow.com.