Habana Inn Bought, To Be Largest Gay Resort in Central US

Author: , February 7th, 2019

Habana Hotel

The largest gay resort in the  U.S. Southwest has new owners. Los Angeles-based Alternatives Resorts has bought the 170-room Habana Inn in Oklahoma County. The property sold for $2.4 million.

Alternatives Resorts spokesman Arnold Greenspan says the hotel will be renamed as Hotel Habana and the first phase of renovations will start in the fall.

By Juergen T. Steinmetz – Full Story at eTurboNews

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Great Cirque du Soleil Sale in Vegas

Author: , September 20th, 2017

Cirque du Soliel summer sale

Purple Roofs is partnering with Cirque du Soleil for a great sale on their shows in Vegas. We’ve seen most of these, and loved Zumanity, Mystere, and Ka in particular.

Right now, tickets are starting at $49. The deets:

Experience Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas this fall with unbeatable deals starting at just $49! Purchase in advance and save. See Zumanity, The Beatles LOVE, Mystere, “O”, Michael Jackson ONE, KA and Criss Angel Mindfreak LIVE!… all at prices you have to see to believe. Visit cirquedusoleil.com/lasvegas to purchase tickets now.

Cirque du Soleil Giveaway

We also have five Cirque du Soleil prize packs, each including the following limited edition Cirque du Soleil prizes:

USB Fans, Bags, Sunglasses, Fidget Spinners, Juggling Balls, Water Bottles, and Magnets

Comment on the post for a chance to win. If you win, we will contact you for your address.

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Fire Island Pavilion’s Sale Postponed?

Author: , March 21st, 2012

The anonymous blogger MarkAtLarge must have his ear to the ground in Fire Island, because he’s got more scoop about the future of the Pavilion and the remainder of the Pines’ business district.

Last week, Mark posted that Andrew Kirtzman, Seth Weissman and Matthew Blesso of FIP Ventures–which owns the Pavilion, the Canteen restaurant, the Blue Whale and more than three-quarters of the commercial space in the harbor area–were looking to sell.

Rumor had it Kirtzman was committed to rebuilding the Pavilion and adjoining areas after November’s fire, but that his more conservative partners got cold feet and just wanted to cash in their chips.

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