Victoria’s Secret PINK Hosts UNLV Campus Bash With Limits on October 29

Victoria’s Secret PINK Hosts UNLV Campus Bash With Limits on October 29

According to the mass press release from Victoria’s Secret PINK the company was hosting the University of Las Vegas’ (UNLV) Campus Bash, which had certain limits placed on local and national press, on October 29, 2014. The “bash” was held at the Intramural Field of the university after the students “rocked the CRAZY” in a Campus Showdown with 98 other schools. The lingerie company put on the Pink Nation Crazy for Campus Bash with special guests Elsa Hook, Rachel Hilbert, DJ Irie and Iggy Azalea and the whole show began at 5 p.m.

Mike Little: V is For Vendetta Politics Vegas Style

Mike Little: V is For Vendetta Politics Vegas Style

On March 6, 2014 Las Vegas resident Mike Little met with the County Commissioner in an attempt to settle long running issues that dealt with penalties, fines, and quite a lot of ill-will from the commissioner’s corner; three minutes into the meeting and it was apparent that in this room, V was for vendetta, and this was disturbing introduction to politics Vegas Style. Mike Little, who is running for Lieutenant Governor in Nevada, is a farmer who fell foul of the local “Fourth Protocol” or “fourth branch” of local government.

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry announced back in September on Good Morning America that she was holding aRoar lip dub contest which would consist of high schools across the country creating two minute videos to enter into the competition. Once Perry put the word out, nearly 1,000 videos came streaming in from 44 US states.

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry announced back in September on Good Morning America that she was holding aRoar lip dub contest which would consist of high schools across the country creating two minute videos to enter into the competition. Once Perry put the word out, nearly 1,000 videos came streaming in from 44 US states.