Zark Breaks Bad

Cirque premieres tend to bring out even people who aren’t disturbingly flexible. Though we can’t say for sure that’s true of Aaron Paul, we kind of don’t ever want to find out if Jesse Pinkman can stick his legs behind his head or anything.

After the Friday premiere of Zarkana at Aria, Paul and fiancée Lauren Parsekian did dinner at Tao before heading over to Marquee to hang out with Mark Foster of Foster the People in the Library. Hopefully no Roombas were harmed during the course of the evening.

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The Uprising

By Deanna Rilling

The genre-blurring versatility of the U.K.’s Foreign Beggars is finally touching down in Las Vegas for the first time. Together for a decade, MCs Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis (above, left and center, respectively) along with DJ Nonames (right) have grown from their underground hip-hop roots to fusing razor-sharp rhymes with grime-y dubstep drops and break beats. Vegas Seven catches up with Metropolis (a.k.a. Ebow Graham) fresh off the release of their LP The Uprising and in advance of their 18-and-up gig Nov. 18 at the Hard Rock Café on the Strip.