Fans from Las Vegas — and around the country — lined up at Palm South Mortuary Friday afternoon to bid farewell to the beloved bluesman.
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The extra-long finale Wednesday averaged 13.7 million and was the largest audience for the host since February 1994.
“This is a very outrageous city,” Carlos Santana’s wife, drummer Cindy Blackman, said, comparing the Strip to parts of Paris and “what Times Square used to be.”
As movies loosely based on theme park attractions go, it’s a far cry from the rollicking heights of the original “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Still, “Tomorrowland” is worlds better than “The Haunted Mansion” and “The Country Bears.”
The Strip has long been a spring break hot spot for college students. Now, you can add cowboys into that mix.
TLC has pulled episodes of its reality hit “19 Kids and Counting” on the heels of revelations that the family’s oldest son was accused of molesting five underage girls 12 years ago when he was a teenager.
Move over Rudolph and Frosty, here comes Bill Murray. Netflix announced on Friday that the comedic actor will star in “A Very Murray Christmas” on the service this upcoming December.
Reese Witherspoon is attached to star in Disney’s “Tink,” a live-action film based on the “Peter Pan” character Tinker Bell.
Jimmy Kimmel did something unheard of in the often-cutthroat world of late-night television.
Running several minutes long, the final episode timed out before the band played a six-minute version of, appropriately, “Everlong” to accompany a look back at the comic’s 33 years on late-night TV.
After a tabloid report alleged reality TV star Josh Duggar molested underage girls as a teenager, he released a statement to People Magazine to say he was “deeply sorry” for his “wrongdoing.”
“Solo Chic,” a retrospective of artist C.A. Traen’s work in figurative ceramic sculpture, runs until July 13 at the Las Vegas City Hall Grand Gallery, with pieces that explore imperfect beauty, the Day of the Dead, the definition of “beauty” and the role of women in today’s world.
Late-night host David Letterman only appeared starstruck by Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning during Wednesday’s series finale for the “Late Show With David Letterman.”
“Guys Sing Dolls,” a musical celebration of female songwriters by local male singers, checks into The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz for two shows Saturday.
In November, supermodel Janice Dickinson said in an interview that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her in 1982 after the two had dinner in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Now Dickinson is suing Cosby for defamation.
L.A. import “For the Record: Baz” is the latest attempt to stage traditional theater in an immersive club environment.
David Letterman ended his late-night television career with a heartfelt “good night” and goodbye to viewers.
Regular readers know I value restaurants with menus that change — but not too much. Seeing the same menu all the time gets boring, but we all hate to see a favorite dish vanish. Restaurants with staying power usually know how to walk that fine line.
I love a good pun — and who doesn’t? (I know, I know) — so maybe that’s why I still remember a radio commercial from the ’70s where the narrator said he went to a particular chain restaurant just for the halibut. Ba-dum-bum.
It appears the new thing to do in La La Land is to take movies and turn them into TV shows. This last week saw the release of several trailers for upcoming TV shows based off familiar movies.
Ronda Rousey: “If I see a guy walking around in a Speedo, I don’t get anything from it. I don’t think women would enjoy ring boys as much as men enjoy ring girls. But that’s just me. I’m not the let’s-go-to-‘Chippendales’ type.”
Memorial Day Weekend is ushering into Las Vegas another four-day weekend of all-out warfare among clubs and DJs, as everyone fights for pretty tourists’ party dollars.
Before he became an iconic talk show host, David Letterman, whose last show was Wednesday night, moonlighted as a pit reporter at the Indianapolis 500.
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