One of the Strip’s mega nightclubs has finally created a theme night specifically for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender customers.
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Robert “Kool” Bell is only 62, but his soul is so old, his godfather was Thelonious Monk — and Kool’s father stopped Miles Davis from boxing his music career away.
Let’s check in with Toni Braxton and see what hurdles the universe has placed in front of her. Oh right, she is battling lupus, she got divorced, and she went bankrupt. Yet Braxton sounds pretty chipper about life, while she is headed to Vegas.
LeVar Burton was a hero on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” But in the 1960s, he was just a kid sitting in front of the TV, getting inspiration from the original “Star Trek.”
Imagine if you became famous, but some other famous person used your name, too. This is what is happening with Fergie (the Black Eyed Pea) and Fergie the DJ — who now lists his name as “Fergie DJ.”
John Oates — of Hall & Oates — was Hunter S. Thompson’s closest neighbor in Woody Creek, Colo., for the last decade of Hunter’s life.
Kathy Griffin and I were chatting about starlets who shave their hair after they go nuts — Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Amanda Bynes and “even Justin Bieber’s bangs.”
Chris Rock could become a resident headliner on the Vegas Strip someday — but not until his kids grow up. Rock mused about his future in an extraordinary interview with comedian/actress Aisha Tyler on her podcast “Girl on Guy.”
Thursday’s winner of “Hell’s Kitchen” will become head chef at Gordon Ramsay’s pub in Caesars Palace. Does that mean Ramsay has enough confidence in a reality-TV star to let her take over his kitchen?
So Marlon Wayans calls me while he is about to walk into a gym in Los Angeles, but he runs into some other famous guy who won’t stop talking to him.
David Spade is co-starring in “Grown Ups 2” — one of the most popular comedies of the summer, even though critics don’t like it.
Oscar Goodman and I sat down by the big UFO-ish windows in his downtown steakhouse, Oscar’s. There was a mystery afoot. He wasn’t drinking gin, and someone had placed a water bottle in front of him.
Comedian Kathleen Madigan has been paying for her mother’s Sprint phone service for so long, the following story actually happened when her mom tried to buy a new phone at Best Buy.
A few months ago, Laidback Luke released an upbeat song called “Pogo,” and it came with a very silly music video featuring women in underwear eating meat while jumping in slow motion.
Bill Cosby — sweater-wearing, “Fat Albert”/Dr. Huxtable/“I Spy” Bill Cosby — is about to go on a political roll for my column today.
Andrew Dice Clay took a big risk by telling Woody Allen a movie scene wasn’t working while they were filming Allen’s new drama “Blue Jasmine.”
When Dean Martin’s daughter Deana was 18, she turned to Frank Sinatra and asked, “How do you sing?” Sinatra looked her in the eye and delivered the unsexy truth.
Gretchen Rossi says people should “run” from the idea that it’s an American dream to be famous on TV, because it’s no “bowl of cherries.”
Musician Morgan Page recently installed an $8,000 software card into his computer, allowing him to record and mix more vocals on his Pro Tools software setup.
For the first time in a long time, when I got on the phone with famous comedian Jim Gaffigan, he did not have a new baby to tell me about.
So you think today’s Vegas clubs are crazy? Whatever.
I have a little TV news: Bill Cosby tells me he is resurrecting “Fat Albert.” The cartoon will have the same good-hearted cartoon characters — but Fat Albert will lose a few pounds.
Meet the happy couple — Frank Marino and his fiance, Alex Schechter. They met when Schechter was 20 and Marino was 29. Now after two decades of love, they are getting married.
I was in a dayclub last year when I heard a no-name DJ spinning “Kaskade Live At Coachella 2012.”
Here’s your scorching-hot weekend forecast of DJs, nightclubs and dayclubs on and off the Vegas Strip.