Italian police stopped rapper Snoop Dogg on Friday as he prepared to board a private plane bound for Britain with $422,000 in cash in his Louis Vuitton luggage, said an Italian lawyer representing the entertainer.
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Football season is almost here, and in honor of the most wonderful time of the year, the Review-Journal again will compile a directory of Southern Nevada bars that cater to fans of specific NFL teams.
Jennifer Beals has been accused of locking her dog in a hot car, a charge she says is just not true.
Quick, name a couple of famous female coders in the vein of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. Nobody comes to mind, eh? Nowadays, two of the best-known women in computer science might just be characters on a TV show.
HBO's most-watched series, the medieval fantasy drama "Game of Thrones," will likely continue through three more seasons, a network executive said on Thursday, as he defended the show's gritty violence.
Pop singer turned television talent show judge Mel B has hinted at a possible Spice Girl reunion, saying she would like to "gather the troops" to mark the 1990s group's 20th anniversary next year.
Steve Angello has gone to the extraordinary lengths of bussing some of his many fans from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to see him perform — not because he lacks fans, but as an appreciative method to ramp up club energy.
Best-selling boy band One Direction released a surprise first single as a foursome on Friday, two days after former member Zayn Malik announced a new record deal as solo artist.
AMC's "Mad Men" may have driven off into the sunset, but now fans of the retro show will have a chance to buy props, wardrobe pieces and set decorations used in the series -- including Don Draper's suits and his 1965 Cadillac Coupe de Ville from the final season.
Katy Perry, who grew up the daughter of Protestant pastors and rose to fame with the hit song "I Kissed a Girl," may get her chance to live in a former Roman Catholic convent in Los Angeles — after a judge tentatively blocked its sale to someone else.
Both the "Vacation" and "Mission: Impossible" franchises are hoping the fifth time's the charm at the box office this weekend.
More than 3,000 eager fans packed The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on Thursday to catch pop star Juanes' only show in Las Vegas this year.
Here are five cheap music shows to catch around town this weekend.
The former presenters from hit BBC show "Top Gear" -- Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May -- have signed a deal with Amazon to produce a new motoring show for its streaming service, Amazon Prime.
Nearly 40 years after he obtained his green card, John Lennon has been honored in New York with a tapestry showing Manhattan as a yellow submarine and the late Beatle holding up a peace sign at the helm.
Former wild man Rod Stewart makes no secret of saying one of the joys of playing the Colosseum at Caesars Palace is the ability to jet back home to Beverly Hills, Calif., after each show.
Since first emerging more than a decade ago, Max Bemis has been one of the more captivating musicians. From delivering lines that leave listeners in disbelief to enticing fans with erratic arrangements, Bemis has made consistently compelling music as the leader of Say Anything.
Although there's plenty to celebrate these days — the Suffers are in the midst of an enviable festival run, having just performed at Pemberton and Newport Folk Festival with a date secured at Austin City Limits this fall.
If Aerosmith makes it hard to decide just when to make a run for it Saturday — to get rid of the last beer and score the next one — Joe Perry might be happy to hear that. It's a testament to the band's longevity, and to set-list science.
Rich Little seems a little shy about his new autobiographical showcase at the Tropicana, even though its the smartest thing he's done in years.
Sean Malone, best known for his roles in "The Fighter" and "Gone Baby Gone," died on Wednesday in Boston after being in a coma for nine days following a drowning accident. He was 54.
What did Tom Cruise ever do to the "Mission: Impossible" movies? They've already hung him by his fingertips from the rock faces of Utah's Dead Horse Point and left him dangling high above the streets of Dubai outside the world's tallest building
Christopher Titus never fails to see the bright side of a situation. Or is it the dark side? It gets confusing.
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