You want customer service? Check this out. A major Strip venue is refunding people’s airplane tickets to Vegas due to postponed shows. On Friday, the upcoming Light nightclub at Mandalay Bay announced it will not open as scheduled this week. Instead, the club will open Memorial Day weekend.
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Today, I’m going to give you the food version of insider-trader information. I’m going to tell you where Elizabeth Blau eats for pleasure.
For months, I have been trying to talk famous DJ-producers into playing a soccer match this summer at Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival.
THURSDAY April 18: Deadmau5 with the great Irish DJ Fergie at MGM’s new Hakkasan. Mak J at Tryst. Benny Black at ghostbar. Exodus at Moon. Tyler, The Creator performs at Haze. FRIDAY April 19: Avicii at XS. Lil Jon at Surrender. Benny Benassi at...
On Tuesday, a buddy from Boston told me he wants to fly to Vegas this summer — with his fellow married pals — so they can see Ian Ziering take his clothes off in “Chippendales.”
On Monday, I took a walk-through of MGM’s new Hakkasan nightclub and restaurant, and let me tell you, it’s going to be insanity up in there.
I bet you didn’t even know there is a new “Tiger Woods” golf game on the market. “Tiger” used to arrive with a roar every year. Now its arrival seems as quiet as a golf gallery.
Quincy Jones and Michael Caine will celebrate their mutual 80th birthdays at tonight’s “Keep Memory Alive” gala at MGM Grand. Jones — a music legend — has loved Las Vegas ever since Frank Sinatra took care of him at the Sands.
Tommy Trash has a fascinating theory that I totally agree with: If Mozart were alive today, he would be writing electronic dance music on synthesizers.
If you run into Penn & Teller at Sunday’s “Aids Walk” for charity, feel free to chat them up to no end. They like it that way. “Teller and I try as hard as we can to be about the most accessible people in show business possible,” says Penn, who...
I asked NBC’s celebrity fitness hard-ass Jillian Michaels what she would do if she were elected president of the United States. Guess what. She has answers.
The terrifically fun band Garbage made a ton of dough from their huge hit songs in the 1990s. Then they did something totally crazy with that money: They saved it.
Penn & Teller once had a sort of gun showdown with former President George H.W. Bush.
Guess who’s annoyed. Yeah, that’s right, it’s me.
Today, the Travel Channel runs a new TV show based in Vegas and starring Strip performer Jeff Civillico. But there’s a catch.
Sadly, I can’t interview every nightclub musician every time they play Vegas or I would be interviewing musicians 24 hours a day. So today, please enjoy my own personal stories about this week’s club headliners.
All day Thursday, I wanted to write something about Roger Ebert but it was too difficult, emotionally. Let me try now. In 1981, I was a kid, and I saw Siskel and Ebert on TV reviewing “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” It was the first time I ever saw them...
Stevie Nicks and John Mellencamp are not pleased with the way they are portrayed in a new tell-all autobiography by the band Heart.
Whoopi Goldberg has more than 413,000 followers on Twitter, but she hasn’t used Twitter since New Year’s Eve because she got fed up with a few people calling her nasty words and wishing she would die.
Take a drive down the Strip, and you will see famous DJ faces lighting up hotel marquees at the Wynn (David Guetta), the Cosmopolitan (Kaskade) and the MGM (Deadmau5). DJs are the new Elvises.
I can’t believe how short the new “Gears of War: Judgment” is. I finished this humans-versus-aliens war in five hours — including coffee breaks.
Polite tycoon Richard Branson rented out a Vegas movie screen on Friday to play video games. Sounds amazing. And apparently it was a business meeting to see if Branson will make it possible for all of us to play games on theater screens.
THURSDAY March 28: 12th Planet starts residency at Body English. Ryan Cabrera performs at Hyde Bellagio. Ciara performs at Haze. Mak J at Tryst. Five at Tao. Benny Black at ghostbar. Kid Conrad at ghostbar. Exodus at Moon. FRIDAY March 29: Sander...
Legendary Josh Wink has been around the music scene so long that he started DJing 25 years ago, and he’s only 42.
Dr. Drew Pinsky and Adam Carolla will stage a “Loveline” reunion show at the House of Blues on Friday. So I took this as an opportunity to ask Dr. Drew to diagnose Carolla’s great yet odd brain.