Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center (Las Vegas)...Timothy Vanduzer MD an incompetent quack! Patients rights violated & Medicare appeal requests ignored!

If you are suddenly stricken with an illness - and in need of a trip to Emergency - then avoid Spring Valley Hospital in Las Vegas like the plague. In fact, run the other way, if you value your overall health and well-being. 

Based on my own personal experience - and after lending a sympathetic ear to others so situated - it has become evident that the facility on Rainbow Boulevard (there's only sh** at the end of this long-and-winding road) is being manned by poorly-trained, unprofessional medical staff, who are particularly ignorant about patient rights and the law of the land.

For instance, when one patient was admitted for severe stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and headaches, Doctor Timothy Vanduzer ordered a few tests but neglected to prescribe medicine to alleviate the patients severe pain.

Venetian hotel ...dazzling Christmas tree fashioned out of cotton candy? Cosmopolitan installs ice rink & lodge!

The prettiest Christmas tree on the Vegas strip is undoubtedly the one that the Venetian Hotel erected at the edge of the canal. 

 Up close, I inspected the bulbs to fathom their secret. The large glass bulbs feature three or four small multi-colored bulbs inside with a see-through snowflake etched on the surface. 

 As pedestrians stroll towards the tree after night falls, the eye-catching decoration appears to be fashioned out of cotton candy! For the first time this year, I heard a cashier wish a customer Merry Christmas yesterday. 


 It's not even Thanksgiving and the festive holiday season is underway. 
 Tattler readers may recall that I reported that the Cosmopolitan is installing an ice rink - based fashioned after a rustic lodge theme - on the pool deck on the second floor overlooking the high-energy glitzy strip. 

 I expect that all the competition will be jumping on the band wagon. Stay posted for updates.

It's a wonderful life...sequel in the world!

Today, a spokesperson for Hummingbird Productions announced their creative team is collaborating with Star Partners to rustle up a sequel to "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946)

My first knee-jerk reaction? It's a wonderful life (2) may not be such a wonderful film.

You know what they say: If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

I expect that die-hard fans of both James Stewart and the original heart-warming classic will be up in arms.

But, the protests will probably fall on deaf ears; after all, the script - by Bob Farnsworth and Martha Brooks - has already been dashed off. 

At a press junket, one of the daring screenwriters was quick to get the publicity machine rolling.

"The storyline of the new film retains the spirit of the original – every life is important as long as you have friends," Farnsworth underscored for the record.

A few of the original cast members have signed on, by the way, to sweeten the pot.

For example, it is being whispered that Karolyn Grimes (Zuzu), Jimmy Hawkins (Tommy Bailey), and Carol Coombs (Janie Bailey) have given the nod to take part in the novel project.

The original - "It's a Wonderful Life" - also starred Donna Reed.

The enchanting family drama was nominated for five Oscars.

Stay posted for updates.