During the Las Vegas shooting on October 1, the lives of cancer survivor Cassidy Huff and LAPD officer Mitchell Tosti were forever changes.
The first lady accentuated her red skirt with a fitted white sweater and scarlet heels at the White House on Friday for an event honoring Hispanic Heritage Month.
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“I decided to make a change that would hopefully impact the world, and now at 31, I have had the pleasure of moving my dream to Las Vegas,” says Lopez.
There’s something very serene and otherworldly about the desert. Despite often appearing still and stagnant, it’s actually teeming with life — there to see if you look hard enough. And, as any Ansel Adams fan will tell you, this curious and unique landscape also happens to be quite picturesque. It’s for those reasons and more that lately we’ve become fairly obsessed with the concept of saying “I do” in the desert.
This weekend, the Electronic Daisy Carnival is taking over Las Vegas. Literally the biggest music festival in the world, Sin City will be filled with nearly a million ravers who will be listening to the fist-pumping beats provided by international deejays such as (T.Swifty's main squeeze) Calvin Harris, Disclosure, Afrojack, Moby, and many more. To get you in the mood, we've culled some stylish gear worthy of your own fashion rave. If you can't make it to Vegas, don't fret.
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E.C. Gladstone Jubilee! showgirl Kelly Hamilton (Credit: Courtesy Caesars Entertainment) Las Vegas enjoys one of the most enviable concentrations of culinary talent in the world, as well as an exploding ethnic scene. But celebrity chef spots are not usually an everyday kind of thing, and when local