He looks happy. (Photos by David Becker)
While Chris Hardwick was busy hosting the weepy, post-Breaking Bad finale, his former partner Jenny McCarthy spent the night before at 1 Oak with her new man Donnie Wahlberg. The couple were joined by her sister, Boyz II Men, John Stamos and Bob Saget. And then the ’90s collapsed in on itself in a series of endless, recursive Blossom hats lined up like a mirror pointing at another mirror, while the disembodied head of Steve Urkel cackled maniacally in the background.
You know you’re just going to land on Bankrupt.
1 Oak is adding a little element of chance to its industry night tonight with the Industry Rally to Riches. Every 20 people in your group gets you a spin on the club’s money wheel, with up to $10,000 in cash and prizes. And a chance to purchase a lovely ceramic dog.
- Lavo: All Night Tuesdays. 10:30 p.m.
- Moon: GBDC After Dark. 10:30 p.m.
- 1 Oak: Industry Rally to Riches. 10:30 p.m.
- Improv: Kivi Rogers, Nick Cobb, Alysia Wood. 8:30 p.m., 10 p.m., $29.05.
- L.A. Comedy Club: Todd Paul, John Hilder. 9:30 p.m., $29.95-$59.85.
- Riviera Comedy Club: Steve Marshall, Derek Richards. 8:30 p.m., $19.99 ($10 locals).
- Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club: Brad Garrett, John Mulrooney, Dave Burleigh. $65-$87, 8 p.m.
- Crown Theater: Eddie Griffin.7 p.m., $77.75-$100.75.
- Laugh Factory: Bill Dawes, Wild Willy Parsons, Michele A’Court. $29-$44.95, 8:30 p.m., 10 p.m.
- Double Down: Unique Massive. 10 p.m.
- Bond: DJ Earwaxxx. 10 p.m.
- Beauty Bar: Nickel F***ing Beer Night.. 10 p.m.
The lesson here: If you want scantily clad military ladies, become a cartoon revolutionary. (Photo by Amit Dadlaney | SPYONvegas.com)
Major Lazer is going kung fu fighting tonight at 1 Oak, where the marching orders are to come in costume. Does going in American Ninja Warrior costume count? It has to do with martial arts. In theory. Click for more words and pictures »
So, this thing is literally all about flowers, right?
We don’t know if you’ve heard anything about this yet, but there’s this festival called the Electric Daisy Carnival coming this weekend. It’s true! 1 Oak is giving away a trip for six (on a Speedway-bound chopper), with a table, to the industry host or hostess who brings the biggest crew. And will reward them by deeming most of them unfit for chopper duties. Click for more words and pictures »
And a hundred frat guys just all blew their loads.
The dreaded Red solo cup makes an appearance at 1 Oak tonight with a beer pong tournament that can score you a houseboat vacation on the lake. Also: Thanks for making this a thing, Toby Keith. Got any other already annoyingly fetishized things you’d like to write an ode to? How about dorm room Scarface posters? Got a nice C&W “The World is Not Enough” ditty in you? Click for more words and pictures »
WHY YES WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO KEEP NEW YORK EVERYWHERE. (Photo by Hew Burney | HewmanBeing.com)
DJs Crooked and Nava are throwing a KNYEW party tonight at 1 Oak, complete with clothing giveaways from their boutique. Though you could be forgiven if we’ve given you the impression they’re an anti-clothing boutique. Which, now that we mention it, is a thing that should exist that we should be in charge of. Click for more words and pictures »
Charlis 1-99 were considered dismal failures by their creators. (Photo by Brenton Ho)
We can’t decide if Charli XCX looks like Lady Skrillex or White Gogo Yubari, but either way she was at Lavo last night for Vice Sunday. She’s featured on Icona Pop’s “I Love It,” which she did as well as “What I Like” fo ra crowd that included Dana White and Todd English.
On Friday night at 1 Oak, Ne-Yo did a few tracks including “Let Me Love You,” “Let’s Go” and “Sexy Love.” This now concludes your updates on People in Vegas Clubs This Weekend Who Have Names That Could Also Be Anime Robots.
“Breezy, how would you treat that cake if the cake were a woman?” (Photo by Denise Truscello)
Chris Brown celebrated another milestone in his young, rage-filled life by partying at 1 Oak on Saturday night (sans purple pants).
Breezy brought out Lil Wayne (not chasing his sizzurp with Mountain Dew), Jeremih and Fabolous. He scored a Black Pyramid cake in honor of his clothing line, weirdly being promoted as “completely stainproof, even from blood and matted hair.” It’s just an odd sales pitch, is all we’re saying.
In our head, he’s leading the crowd in a Debbie Gibson singalong.
1 Oak is already celebrating its industry night one-year anniversary tonight with Luminox. The DJ, not the popular line of watches. Though we would go to a party where we were given an attractive timepiece. Or even a Swatch. Who wouldn’t take a free Swatch? No one. That’s who. Click for more words and pictures »
Psh. This has nothing to do with Dr. Doom.
1 Oak brings in Heroes X Villains tonight, and as far as we can tell the duo is composed of neither Green Lantern and Sinestro, nor a David Bowie record. But we guess if you want to see a couple of DJs who aren’t dueling Bowie records, that’s your choice. We suppose. Click for more words and pictures »