Say Hello to Nobu’s Latest Project… A Hotel!

Believe it or not, Las Vegas is not known for its trendy boutique hotels. All of that could change with the anticipated opening of the world’s first Nobu Hotel, set to open inside of the famed Caesar’s Palace. The Nobu Hotel will be branded as a luxury “hotel within a hotel,” and will be branded…

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Ashton Kutcher Buys Entertainers Dream Home in Hollywood

Ashton Kutcher has just purchased the same Lake Hollywood home he was renting for $50,000 per month since his separation from Demi Moore. Adding to the internet buzz around the story is that Kutcher was not planning on purchasing the home until pop sensation Justin Bieber toured the home and narrowed it down to one…

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Best Business Job of 2012: Event Planning!

Event Planning was just named as the top business job of 2012 which is great news for everyone interested in our industry. If you are looking for a profession that is ranked as the best business job by U.S. News & World Report based on employment opportunities, growth and salary potential, then look no further…

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Most Expensive Bar Tab Racked Up at Liverpool Club “PlayGround”

A hedge fund trader at the Liverpool nightclub PlayGround might have racked up the largest bar tab ever this past weekend. How much you’re wondering? $323,483. Helping the tab was the purchase of the word’s priciest bottle of champagne (a 30 litre double size bottle of Nebuchadnezzar of Armand de Brignac Midas) which runs about…

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Snoop Dogg Celebrates 40th Birthday at Rolling Stone LA

EventPlanning.com reports the Doggfather celebrated his 40th birthday party yesterday at the new Rolling Stone Los Angeles restaurant and lounge. Snoop hosted a private gathering organized by his wife, Shante. Celebrity guests included Dr. Dre, Warren G, DJ Quik, Tyrese, Too Short, Russell Westbrook, Matt Kemp, Baron Davis, Lady of Rage and Chaka Khan who…

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Los Angeles Football Stadium to be Designed by Gensler

Los Angeles architecture firm Gensler has been selected to design the proposed $1 billion Los Angeles football stadium at the L.A. Live events location. Gensler won out against two other firms – HNTB and HKS.  Although HNTB drew up plans for Invesco Field in Denver and HKS sketched plans for Cowboys Stadium, AEG selected Gensler…

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