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Published Monday, March 14, 2016 | 4:04 p.m.
Updated Monday, March 14, 2016 | 5:42 p.m.
Playing this week at Monday By the Numbers Lounge (or the MBTN, as we call it), the folks at St. Baldrick’s Foundation, Pitbull, Kid Cudi and Jerry Lewis.
Let’s roll it:
$200,000: Amount raised at the St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event Saturday at Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York.
$700,000: Combined amount raised at the Baldrick’s events just at McMullan’s Irish Pub on March 5 and New York-New York.
6: Times volunteer head-shaver Rob Lyons of “Million Dollar Quartet” at Harrah’s said the word “groovy” during his appearance. He was joined by new “MDQ” cast mate Scott Moreau, who plays Johnny Cash to Lyons’ Carl Perkins.
4: Times Travis Cloer of “Jersey Boys” at Paris Las Vegas has volunteered as a head-shaver. He was joined by cast mates Graham Fenton (who toggles the Frankie Valli character with Cloer) and Daniel Robert Sullivan (Tommy DeVito).
6: Shows remaining in Pitbull’s “Time of Our Lives” residency at Axis at Planet Hollywood.
4,600: Approximate audience count that turned out for Pitbull’s opening-night show at Axis.
4,600: Listed capacity of Axis.
24: Hours in advance Pitbull sold out that show.
$305: Cost of the Mr. 305 cocktail at Strip House at Planet Hollywood, in honor of Pitbull, whose nickname is “Mr. 305,” for his hometown of Miami area code. According to a news release, the beverage consists of Diplomatico Ambassador Rum, aged in white oak barrels for 12 years, then an additional two years in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks, along with Carpano Antica Vermouth and orange bitters.
4,500: Total capacity of Omnia nightclub at Caesars Palace.
6,200: Total crowd count on a peak night.
75,000: Square feet in the club.
22,000: Weight, in pounds, of the Kinetic chandelier in the middle of the club.
1 million: Guests who have filed through the club (a mark to be celebrated soon).
12: Years since the opening of Pure, which preceded Omnia at the same location at Caesars.
$107 million: Cost of renovations to Omnia.
1,800: Crowd count at Kid Cudi show at the Foundry at SLS Las Vegas on Sunday night.
1,800: Listed capacity of the Foundry.
1: Sofas placed onstage at that show.
$2.6 billion: Amount raised in the 61 years entertainment legend and Las Vegas resident Jerry Lewis hosted the MDA Labor Day Telethon.
100: Age Lewis aspires to be when he makes his final stage appearance.
9,000: Number of bets per day at the new CG Technology sports book at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
21: Video screens at that sports book.
22: Bottled beers offered.
8: Draft beers offered.
16: Events that can be displayed on a single LED wall.
23: Video poker machines in the sports book.
Catering to the young and modern crowd, Planet Hollywood is a one-stop shop for entertainment with its massive shopping mall, slew of restaurants, spacious casino and clubs.
The ambiance of the casino is retro-chic meets high-tech with black granite floors throughout and colorful LED lights throughout the space. The theme carries into the 100,000 square-foot casino with 250 flat screens topping off slot machines. The casino is also home to 87 tables, a sports book and a poker room.
There's also the Miracle Mile Shops, one Vegas' largest malls, with 140 stores including BCBG Max Azaria, bebe, Urban Outfitters and The Discovery Channel Store.
Following an afternoon of shopping, guests can satisfy their appetites at one of the gourmet restaurants in Planet Hollywood, like the non-traditional approach to steakhouses at Strip House or check out the exotic Far East motif at KOI restaurant and lounge. And if guests are still looking for more, they can spend the after hours at Privé, Triq or Krave nightclubs.
Perhaps one of the resorts biggest attractions came in March with the addition of "Peepshow." The naughty twist on the story of Little Bo Peep is modern-day spin on the run-of-the-mill Vegas topless review. The "Peepshow" stage has seen visiting celebs like Scary Spice Mel B, "Dancing with the Stars" Kelly Monaco and Playboy's Holly Madison.