White Opals
05/02/2023 OPALS: Part 2, White Opals05/02/2023
When most people think of opals, it’s White Opals they’re envisioning. Check-out these stunning examples of White Opal precious jewelry, from some of the world’s most celebrated artisans [Part 2 of 5]
Boulder Opals
04/29/2023 OPALS: Part 1, Boulder Opals04/29/2023
In this first in a five-part series about OPALS, we take a look at the Boulder Opal—the rarest form of opal—and spotlight some dazzling jewelry utilizing this magical multihued Australian mineral [Part 1 of 5]
Cartagena de Indias
A recent port on my current cruise through the Panama Canal, Cartagena de Indias isn’t just brimming with history, but has become home to one of the world’s most vibrant international street-art scenes.
Depeche Mode
The recent Las Vegas stop on its MEMENTO MORI TOUR (the band’s 19th tour!!) reminded me how great it is seeing Depeche Mode live, and has me looking forward to their return, this December
Live Nation Vegas
With announcements about Kelly Clarkson, Ja Rule & Ashanti, Madonna, Maroon 5, Sammy Hagar, Matute, and Godsmack & Staind, it was a busy day at the offices of Live Nation Las Vegas
A trip through twenty-something years featuring twenty-something of their hits, the men of Maroon 5 kicked off their new M5LV residency show with flair, inside Dolby Live at Park MGM [Photo: Travis Schneider]
The Beverly Theater
A nonprofit independent film house, storytelling arena, and live music venue, presented by the Rogers Foundation, the Beverly Theater might well be the future; and I hope it is.
Bazaar Meat
With it's dark decor and share-inducing portions, BAZAAR MEAT—Chef José Andrés' steakhouse at SAHARA Las Vegas—is the perfect place to dine with those in front of whom you can shamelessly eat for a few hours.
Classic Rock
Approaching the Classic Rock cover, from a thoroughly Shulman-y angle; these are some of my favorites. In Part 3, covers of Led Zeppelin (x2), and The Who; as well as Fleetwood Mac, Bob Dylan and The Band, Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Nerves [Part 3 of 3]

From Liberace, the Rat Pack, and Elvis; to Celine, Elton, Bette, and Cher; to Britney, JLo, Lady Gaga, and Adele: How Las Vegas's residency shows became a billion dollar business [Part 2 of 3]