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‘The Penny Pibbets Show’ spins off ‘Absinthe’ character in studio theater with the help of ‘Zumanity’ comedian as director.
Before Rolling Stone ran an article about rape on the University of Virginia campus, the reporter and school officials traded dozens of emails from September 5 to November 19.
“I would be going to Vegas all the time with 100 grand. A million dollars in, like, a pillowcase in my backpack.”
HBO has given a pilot order to an untitled comedy toplined by Sarah Silverman.
Stephen Colbert said goodbye to the “Colbert Report” on Thursday night, but fear not — he’s been immortalized.
Sony Picture Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton explains that everyone is mistaken about the circumstances by which they cancelled the Christmas premiere.
Saturday night, O.A.R. keyboardist MikelParis will be playing Mandalay Bay. Friday afternoon, he’ll be at downtown’s Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park for his latest “TuneTrek” video.
Embattled actor Stephen Collins says he’s not a pedophile and insists he has inappropriately touched a minor just once.
Canadian performance company Cirque du Soleil has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc to help in its previously disclosed effort to find a strategic partner, a spokeswoman for the company said on Friday.
The Nevada Arts Council salutes Las Vegans Gary and Sheldeen Haleamau with its annual Nevada Heritage Award, honoring them for their work performing and teaching traditional Hawaiian music and dance.
What makes Crazy Pita so popular? It’s not the food, because you can find more inspired versions elsewhere. But Crazy Pita seems to have hit on a winning combination of super-friendly service, low prices and convenient locations.
With inaugural weekend just 16 months away for MGM Resorts/AEG’s arena on the Strip, it won’t be long before a deal is sealed for opening night.
Arts events around the area, include theater (“A Christmas Carol” at the Onyx), museums (new Mob Museum exhibits), music (Laura Taylor at Las Vegas Events Center) and art (Gig Depio at Winchester Center).
Despite its desert setting, Las Vegas becomes an ice skating mecca Dec. 20 when Olympic champs — from 2014’s Meryl Davis and Charlie White to 1988’s Brian Boitano — check into Mandalay Bay Events Center for “Unforgettable Moments of Love on Ice,” accompanied by rockers O.A.R.
For a band like L.A.’s War, “funk” has always been a feeling, a mindset as much as a genre designation.
The Brian Setzer Orchestra delivers a rockabilly take on seasonal standards.
The soulful singer has three Christmas albums to draw from for “This Christmas — An Evening of Holiday & Hits” on Saturday at the Eastside Cannery.
Human Nature goes the extra mile to give us an Australian Motown Christmas that rings familiar.
The frontman of Finland’s HIM isn’t a straight-up metal singer, per se: HIM’s dark, sensual hard rock is as indebted to moody ’80s goth and melancholy alt-rock as it is any “Headbanger’s Ball” veterans.
See former Love/Hate singer Jizzy Pearl and more for free.
Australian rapper leads latest new concert annoucements.
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