Penguins, martinis, snurgles, shotskis, pizzas, aliens… It must be Superfrico’s grand opening night house party. We know: it’s amazing.
Like Superfrico itself, DJ Nina Tarr is eclectic, electric and tough to categorize. A skilled and highly sought-after DJ/woman-about-town, Nina has spun alongside the likes of Questlove, Thom Yorke, Nigel Godrich, Todd Edwards, Aquarium Drunkard and countless others. With her all-vinyl selections, Nina deftly blends funk, glam, afro beat, world, boogie, hip hop, new wave, electro, […]
On April 1, 2011, an unknown entrepreneur with more money than sense erected a shaky spiegeltent on the forecourt of Caesars Palace and presented the first performance of a raunchy acrobatic show he promised would pull Las Vegas out of the gloom of the global financial crisis. “They” said the show wouldn’t last a week. […]
Some said it wouldn’t last six weeks but at last count, Absinthe was closing in on 10 years as one of the hottest tickets in Las Vegas. Here’s a look back at some of the silly, sublime ways we’ve celebrated the show’s April 1st anniversary over the years.
It was called Disco Demolition Night. On July 12, 1979, a major league baseball promotion was spearheaded by Chicago radio announcer and anti-disco campaigner Steve Dahl.