Electro pop group Capital Cities opens the venue on Sept. 20.
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Well over 100 restaurants — 140, at last count — will participate in Las Vegas Restaurant Week from Friday through Aug. 28, with special menus, discounted prices and a major boost to the budget of Three Square food bank.
“I’d never seen girls just throw themselves at someone. We’re talking about supermodels.”
It’s not a subway train car, but artist Erni Vales — credited with developing the 3-D style of graffiti art — revels in the chance to transform the walls of a new restaurant at Red Rock Resort.
So Julia Louis-Dreyfus walks into “Pawn Stars” — whoops, I meant to say — so Julia Louis-Dreyfus walks into a pawnshop to sell her “Seinfeld” Emmy to Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. Dreyfus says she needs extra money to buy an island like our very own Celine Dion did.
Bleeding Gums Murphy will be there. So will Disco Stu.
It will be interesting to see whether the nine-year break has heightened or dampened enthusiasm for this one.
Break out your body paint, your skimpiest outfits and your checkbooks: It’s time for the 28th Annual Black & White Party.
Henderson calendar highlights include a new exhibit at the Clark County Museum, free concerts and art shows.
The music festival is scheduled May 8-9 and May 15-16 on the Las Vegas Strip. Tickets are $295 for a one-weekend pass.
For those heading back to school in the very near future, here are three family movies to help you soak up the last few days of summer.
Think of them as frozen cocktails on a stick — spikesicles, if you will, since Popsicle is a trademark and we can’t call them that.
The lads from Liverpool arrived in Vegas in 1964 and performed for 17,000 screaming fans in the entertainment capital of the world. The buzz was unbelievable. Las Vegas had seen hot acts before, but this was Beatlemania.
First-time business owners Reed and Judy Alewel aren’t taking any shortcuts as they prepare to open Pinot’s Palette, a paint and sip studio, on Thursday at The District at Green Valley Ranch.
The estate of Anna Nicole Smith has failed in its final bid to obtain her late husband’s money, seven years after the death of the Playboy model and reality TV star.
The actor-son of Hong Kong action superstar Jackie Chan has been detained in Beijing on drug-related charges, the latest high-profile celebrity to be ensnared in one of China’s biggest anti-drug crackdowns in two decades.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson says he will play a role in an upcoming DC Comics movie adaption but has yet to decide between superhero Shazam and his arch-nemesis Black Adam.
Taylor Swift is saying goodbye to country music, for now: The singer says she’s releasing her first full-length pop album on Oct. 27.
Get your pencils sharpened and zip up your backpacks because it’s time to go back to school. Here are four movies to get you even more excited about the first day of school.
Find things to do across the Summerlin area.
Tucked inside Dr. Gomesindo Hendricks’ family-owned optometry office lies one of Henderson’s best-kept secrets. Glasses once owned by celebrities such as Bing Crosby, Walter Cronkite, Col. Harland Sanders and President Ronald Reagan make up the Famous People’s Eyeglasses Museum.
The Bunkhouse, that little dive on 11th Street, is no longer a dive nor quite as little. After a year of renovations by new owners the Downtown Project, the club reopens on Monday with a stellar kickoff show headlined by Built to Spill and Vegas’ Rusty Maples.
DJs with Las Vegas residencies dominate Forbes’ list.
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