Cher Bids Adieu (Au revoir?) to Las Vegas

Originally published in Cher said farewell yet again this month, this time in Las Vegas, where she wrapped up her long run at the Coliseum at Caesar’s Palace just in time for Celine Dion to return in March. Our own Dennis Hensley caught one of Cher’s last shows. He took friend Tony and hisContinue reading “Cher Bids Adieu (Au revoir?) to Las Vegas”

Encore, Wynn! Two Vegas Hotels, Five LGBT Packages

Originally published in The Wynn Las Vegas and its sister property, the Encore, warmly invite gay and lesbian travelers to stay at these two swanky hotel resorts with not one, not two, but five LGBT-specific packages, or deals. Whatever your travel style they probably have you covered. There’s one for early bookers who receiveContinue reading “Encore, Wynn! Two Vegas Hotels, Five LGBT Packages”

A Different Kind of Halloween Mask

Originally published in dot429 I admit it. I totally forgot about this week’s dot429 assignment. The theme is “masks” for obvious reasons with October 31 just around the corner, but having already written about my three favorite gay-popular Halloween celebrations, I wanted to focus on a different travel experience. At a loss, I decided toContinue reading “A Different Kind of Halloween Mask”

Liberace Museum Closing; Era Ends

Originally published in At the height of its popularity, the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas attracted 450,000 visitors a year, putting it on par with some of the most visited attractions in Sin City. But times and tastes change. Despite measures to attract visitors in recent years (some bordering on desperate), only 50,000 peopleContinue reading “Liberace Museum Closing; Era Ends”