Kimo’s Vegas

The Pac-man was looking good post-fight. Photo from Kimo Akane

WELCOME TO Kimo’s Vegas … the Players Edge!

VEGAS TRIPPING has a photo tour of the 4,075 square-foot Bellagio Presidential suite that local boy Barack Obama slept in. Get the link to check out how the Commander in Chief rolls at KimosVegas.com …

YOU CAN SMELL like Kim too … her latest fragrance is called “Gold.” While signing autographs at Macy’s in the Fashion Show Mall, Ms. Kardashian explained why she chose the name for her second perfume. “Gold is a luxury that stands the test of time, a universal symbol of sophistication and glamour” …

OR YOU CAN smell like a winner… last week Manny Pacquiao launched his signature smell called MP8 Scent of The Champion, named after his unequalled eight world boxing titles (it’s 10 now but who’s counting) in eight different weight divisions. According to the pugilist, a ladies version is on the horizon …

During the 12 rounds of the Pacquiao vs. Mosley fight, the sports world forgot about how poorly the Lakers performed … then tried to figure out who stunk more, Shane or the defending NBA champions …

How does the sitting member of the 15th Filipino Congress relax after a sold-out unanimous decision in front of 16,412 and tens of thousands more on pay per-view? He rocks the mic at the Mandalay Bay Theater singing La Bamba and his latest single Sometimes When We Touch

ON THE COVER of the July issue of Playboy magazine is Hugh Hefner’s bride to be Crystal Harris. Featured in the middle of the mag is Las Vegan Jessa Lynn Hinton. Perhaps you spotted the blond beauty interviewing the champ for Top Rank before the fight …

“HIDDEN CITY TICKETING” is a trick to save money on air fare by booking a stopover instead of a direct flight. Get the scoops from a New York Times article at KimosVegas.com …

THE LAS VEGAS Convention and Visitors Authority has revealed its new marketing slogan “Life is Short, Summer is Shorter” in a $24-million campaign. Try as they may “What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas” is one of those iconic catch phrases that may never go away …

IT COSTS MORE to see the King … a $66 ticket will set you back $77 now that the Lion King is in its final performances …

IT’S NOT EVERY week that one has the opportunity to use the word mononymously in their column so please forgive the indulgence … filming her documentary inside the Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas, the singer known mononymously as Ke$ha popped in for some sliders, spinach and artichoke dip,†barbeque chicken pizza, chicken skewers, chocolate fondue, cupcakes and one of their signature suckers. Other people addressed by a mononym are Beyonce, Bono, Cher, Ciara, Elvis, Madonna, Prince and Sting…

THE COLOSSEUM AT Caesars Palace announced its trifecta Celine Dion, Elton John and Rod Stewart. Tickets for “Rod Stewart: The Hits” are on sale now but hurry, over the next two years there are only 18 shows (so far). Stewart says “We’ll try to give the people what they want, which are the songs that made me famous, plus a few surprises. There won’t be any magicians or midgets, just a good rock show.”

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