Viva Elvis could be on the way out at Aria

Cirque du Soleil’s Aria show Viva Elvis may have a clock on it, according to reports. Slow ticket sales have led MGM Resorts International to ask Cirque to replace Elvis with something else by the end of next year. We’re holding out hope for Viva Fat Elvis.

The Triple George-adjacent Sidebar downtown is no more. Taking its place Dec. 5—on the 78th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition—will be Mob Bar. Its focus will be on the ‘20s and the gangsters who proved that Prohibition probably wasn’t such a great idea after all, what with the murder and the crime empires and all.

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Seeking Hyde


Seeking Hyde

By Liz Ohanesian

At 9:30 on a Wednesday night, the club is virtually empty. As the clock ticks closer to midnight, though, L.A.’s Hyde Lounge quickly fills to capacity with the beautiful and the well-dressed. Girls with model faces sport fashionably nerdy glasses with their mini-dresses. Guys show up in business casual or high-end sportswear. This is a club where you want to look your best. It’s too exquisite a venue to show up in the same jeans and sneakers you would wear to a rock concert.