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Tip your fedoras or zip up your cocktail dresses because Mother's Day weekend in Sin City is gonna' be a piece of work. If you catch yourself reminiscing about the last season of "The Sopranos" this Friday and all you're left with is disappointment then look no further. With Soprano's Last Supper tickets at the Comedy Club in the Riviera you will become a part of their "familia." You will chum up with Don Tony Baritone at 6:00 PM in this interactive droll while he plays with dirty money, attempts to keep his eroding family together and tries not to get pinched. If you'd rather see an outspoken woman on stage tonight then gather your Alicia Keys tickets and groove with a true diva. In a relatively short period of time, Alicia Keys has defined her generation and appealed to a myriad of crowds by combining Mo-Town spirit with stellar original score, so let her appeal to you live at the MGM Grand Garden Arena at 8:00 PM.

If you thought that the Don was hilarious last night then you should pick up some Vinnie Favorito tickets and head over to O'Shea's Comedy Theater at 7:30 PM. Based solely on improv, Vinnie accomplishes stand up every night without a script and scorches guests in a no holds barred performance. Starring in the roasts of big stars such as Larry King and Tom Arnold, this loud-mouthed mocker is a sure crowd pleaser. However, if your brain is a little hazy from last night's induction into the Cosa Nostra, you can wake yourself up with Las Vegas 51s vs Nashville Sounds tickets striking out on Cashman Field at 7:05 PM. Afterward, the quarter-century minor league team will feature a pandemonium of explosive fireworks for the whole family to enjoy.

Sunday, May 11th, is devoted to prima donnas and faux music legends that even your mother won't be able to discern. For dinner, you can check out some peachy fellas at Lucky Cheng's Dinner Show starting at 5:00 PM. According to the Las Vegas Weekly, "There isn't one thing on this menu that [they] wouldn't recommend." So during your feast you'll watch the "ladies" get fierce as Lucky Chengs brims with boisterous lads decked out in waterfalls of jewels and a palate of make-up the likes of which Bob Ross himself would envy. If you'd rather take the classic, conservative approach stroll over to the Plaza hotel at 7:30 PM and join Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop and Dean Martin with your Rat Pack is Back tickets as these kings of music are immortalized. With a 12 piece orchestra to back up their convincing voices you'll forget that you're in the midst of a tribute! So toss out your sweatpants and t-shirts and get out your zoot suits or Mary Janes because this Mother's Day weekend is all about class.

Take a Trip to the City of Brotherly Love!

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There's something new to see every day at one of the philadelphia's hundreds of live entertainment venues. Right now, you've got to check out the Acadamy of Music and take the time to see the Philadelphia Eagles.

Have you ever wondered why Philadelphia is called the City of Brotherly Love? Because that is what it actually means. Philadelphia actually comes from two Greek words, philos meaning love and adelphos meaning brother. So the "City of Philadelphia" really is the "City of Brotherly Love."

If sports isn't your cup of tea (and if it is then you're in luck), Philadelphia has a wide array of cultural and theatrical atrractions. Everything from local art galleries to performance halls, historic landmarks and a thriving nightlife, Philadelphia has it all. Check out the King Tut Exhibit at the Franklin Institute Science Museum.

If you want to take in a show, Wicked is playing at the Academy Of Music and Man of La Mancha playing at the Walnut Street Theatre.

And don't forget to sample some of the old towns staple foods. How could you go to Philadelphia without having a good old fashioned Philly cheesesteak?