If you were playing “Call of Duty” online multiplayer all weekend like I was, then you might have a small interest in downloadable content of new maps and a new cinematic campaign narrative starring Bruce Campbell.
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Terri Nunn has turned down more starring roles than other entertainers get offered in a lifetime. She rejected the TV show “Dallas” plus the lead female part in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.”
Gavin Maloof, of the Palms and former basketball family, is selling his Las Vegas estate in Southern Highlands for $12.5 million — the house where Lil Wayne shot the video for his hip hop classic “Lollipop.”
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are having a second baby after naming the first one North, begging the question: What should they name child number two?
Chumlee believes his life really was closing in on the end credits while vacationing in Hawaii this year when he got stuck in a swirling vortex or death waves.
Chumlee believes his life really was closing in on the end credits while vacationing in Hawaii this year, when he got stuck in a swirling vortex or death waves.
Thanks to local Twitch.com gamer Protomario, we just found out Las Vegas has a bona-fide Japanese arcade called So Good Arcade, 3455 S. Durango Dr.
“You can get murdered anywhere,” Stu Cook says, so there’s no use in worrying about exploring dangerous locales.
The star of “Teen Mom OG” and “Backdoor Teen Mom” says she’s been working hard to be a good parent, while helping MTV with its ratings, and avoiding naughty Snapchat messages.
“This is a very outrageous city,” Carlos Santana’s wife, drummer Cindy Blackman, said, comparing the Strip to parts of Paris and “what Times Square used to be.”
Ronda Rousey: “If I see a guy walking around in a Speedo, I don’t get anything from it. I don’t think women would enjoy ring boys as much as men enjoy ring girls. But that’s just me. I’m not the let’s-go-to-‘Chippendales’ type.”
Memorial Day Weekend is ushering into Las Vegas another four-day weekend of all-out warfare among clubs and DJs, as everyone fights for pretty tourists’ party dollars.
I bet you like it when you board a plane with passengers wearing fuzzy slippers and men’s boxers. You dig it, don’t you, when shoppers wear pajamas to the grocery store?
Las Vegas is about to get a new military attraction made for civilian entertainment — a hardcore, two-hour “Call of Duty”-esque immersion.
Comic Jeff Ross is in Las Vegas this week to roast locals and tourists at the House of Blues on Friday. This double-billed show includes the incomparable comic Dave Attell, who Ross says has “the quickest mind in comedy.”
I am in the strange position of explaining to many of you dear older readers who Jenna Marbles is — a fact which may seem insane to many of you younger readers who know everything about her.
Las Vegas prepares itself for the return shenanigans of Tom Brady’s favorite floppy-ball receiver Rob Gronkowski, aka Gronk Smash!
Josh Brolin, Leonardo DiCaprio and Howie Mandel have all taken a leap over a 1,000-horsepower motor blowing them up in the Vegas air. How’d that work out for them?
Two years ago, my mom, a teacher, died and left me a small but loving inheritance of several thousand dollars. It felt disturbing to get money for my mom’s death. But I vowed to honor her inheritance by spending it on solar panels.
Everywhere you look in Vegas nightlife, it’s all about “bubble-butts” and beards. But UFC model Arianny Celeste is not on board the junk-in-your-trunk bandwagon.
A benefit of living in Las Vegas is you can talk Floyd Mayweather’s dad and uncle into teaching your kids how to box like a champ.
This week is First Friday, the monthly booze-art-music hipsters-walking scene downtown around Freemont Street and Main Street/Charleston Avenue.
Manny Pacquiao can roll through Las Vegas with a Floyd Mayweather-size entourage. There’s just no Biebers in Pac’s circle.
I’d rather emulate than envy guys like Tyson Beckford. So I asked him to tell me (and you) how to attempt to attain an Adonis body at age 44.
Bruce Jenner might have had an easier time with coming out of the straight-transgender closet if he hadn’t waited so late in life, says the world’s most successful “executive transvestite” Eddie Izzard.
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