The Bellmont Ballroom inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was the setting for the second annual Today for Tomorrow gala Nov. 4, benefiting Communities in Schools of Nevada. A ’70s tribute band, Wonder Boogie, performed disco hits while guests danced at the “Groovy Nights”- themed event. More than 500 people attended the gala, which included gaming, a live and silent auction, craft cocktails and gourmet small bites. The cast of Baz: A Musical Mash-up also performed. CIS of Nevada CEO Dr. Tiffany Tyler thanked outgoing Board Chair Robert Glaser. The gala raised more than $400,000 for the local partner of the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization. KSNV NBC News 3 anchor Reed Cowan emceed the program, which was attended by guest of honor Gov. Brian Sandoval.

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Among the first set of headliners at Kaos, Cardi B sang until 4 a.m.
Guests at the eighth anniversary celebration gathered under the boughs of “Absinthe’s” Electric Oak art installation, which has 120,000 LED leaves that change color to music.
The meal included ladybug cake pops.
Wanda English Blair, director of marketing for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, left, and Luxury publisher Blue Ash, center, with performers from “Legends in Concert.”
Those attending the Grand Tasting sipped wine and sampled delectables from food stations manned in part by UNLV students, who received college credit.
Dior Beauty at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
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“Everybody and their mother right now wants pastel, the muted blush tones, ivories, whites,” said Teryl Soren of English Garden Florist. Photo by Getty Images
Joshua J. Fine Jewelry’s oval cut 4.76 carat pink diamond with half moon cut 2.38 carat side diamonds are set in a platinum ring from MJ Christensen Diamonds.