For an education in impersonations and comedy, you should start with the great Rich Little. His famous impersonations which include President Ronald Reagan, Johnny Carson, Jimmy Stewart and many others serve as a gold standard of sorts.
Today, you can experience all of those impersonations and more at Rich Little’s Las Vegas show at the Tropicana Hotel. The show takes places five nights a week and begins at 7:00 PM. Additionally, you can read about great stories of his impersonations and the famous people in his life in his new book Little by Little: People I’ve Known and Been.
Featured columnist Jay Bildstein joins us for an over 30 minute CYInterview with the show business legend. Mr. Little shares stories about President Reagan, Don Rickles, Jimmy Stewart, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson and numerous others.
It was reported yesterday on NFL.com, the official website of the National Football League, that the Oakland Raiders have filed paperwork to relocate to the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. The article went on to state that the move would not become official unless approved by 24 of the 32 NFL team owners. Additionally, if approved, the team will not be playing in the Entertainment Capital of the World for a few more years.
Our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek is here to tell us what the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas might mean and how it would benefit the city.
At the Wynn Las Vegas, this year's College Football Playoff National Championship Game could very well be the most wagered on event in the history of national championship games for the sport, according to their sportsbook manager and CYInterview regular John Avello. We welcome John back to breakdown some of the angles for the big game, that will take place on Monday evening January 9th.
Mr. Avello told us he currently has five and six figure bets on both Alabama and Clemson to win the national title. So far there has been more money wagered on Alabama than Clemson. However, the veteran oddsmaker says this game is a true even contest and it could swing in either direction.