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The Strip’s Papaya King Has Spiked Drinks and Never Closes

And You May Need to Eat After This Cannabis Painting Class

By Sam Eichner

Yes, The Who. That Who.
THE WHO’S ON FIRST

Yes, The Who. That Who.

Still-rocking rockers The Who are playing a handful of shows at the Colosseum this summer. If you’re heading to Vegas around the first week of August, maybe grab tickets sooner rather than later. Unless, of course, you’d prefer to see Marie and Donny Osmond. Then tickets aren’t your biggest problem.

This Painting Class Is Strictly Bring-Your-Own-Bud
HIGH CONCEPT

This Painting Class Is Strictly Bring-Your-Own-Bud

For those seeking a brief reprieve from the casino or nightclub, here’s Puff, Pass & Paint. It’s a new-to-Vegas cooking and painting class, where they’re totally okay with you bringing your own marijuana. Upside: even if your creative vision fails, it will be hilarious.

Thursdays and Saturdays, 7pm, $39, address revealed upon purchase, tickets here

This Papaya King Never Quits. Gotta Be the Booze.
ALPHA DOG

This Papaya King Never Quits. Gotta Be the Booze.

Papaya King now has a 24-hour location on the Strip.

One great result of this news: You can now get post-bar/post-cannabis-painting-class cheddar-chili dogs, fried Oreos and boozy tropical drinks at 4am.
One not-great result of this news: The morning after that.

Beer and Scotch. Scotch and Beer. It’s Science.
MALT RIGHT

Beer and Scotch. Scotch and Beer. It’s Science.

The Mandarin Bar’s skilled mixologist will teach you how to pair beer and scotch on Saturday, because it’s something your parents neglected to do. You’ll taste three beers. You’ll taste three scotches. You’ll learn which belong together, which don’t and why. Then you’ll leave. In a sort of zigzaggy direction.

Tyga’s Having a Pool Party. And Really Needs You There.
DAYLIGHT RAVINGS

Tyga’s Having a Pool Party. And Really Needs You There.

You’ve seen Big Little Lies. It’s mean to shun people’s parties. So don’t leave Tyga just sitting there. Attend his huge Sunday pool party at Daylight Beach Club, which reopens for the season on Saturday. Poor guy.

Sam Eichner likes literature, reality television and his twin cats equally. He has consistently been told he needs a shave since he started growing facial hair.

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