Lee Greenwood sang, played bass and played 21 during his days as a rising entertainer at the Tropicana.
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Claire Sinclair, singer Natalie Brown and the hard-charging cast of “Pin Up” were told Sunday night the show’s final performance will be March 4.
Las Vegas’ 35th Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade will start at 10 a.m. at Fourth Street and head north on Fourth to its terminus on Ogden Avenue.
Tony Orlando will appear during the inaguration of President Trump on Friday night, in a show of support for veterans and military personnel.
Local artists, cultural representatives and arts supporters gathered last week at three town meetings sponsored by the Nevada Arts Council to explore the state of the art scene and offer recommendations for improvements.
“External Forces,” would be an apt title for a radio show. The wild world of morning programming is often dictated by outside external, and unanticipated, decisions from on high.
The show, penned by label founder Berry Gordy Jr., includes dozens of Hitsville classics, from the Jackson Five’s “ABC” to Smokey Robinson’s “You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me.”
Our arts picks this week include Las Vegas Little Theatre’s production of “A Little Night Music” and the Las Vegas Philharmonic performing works by Beethoven and Mozart.
Vanity opened at the start of 2010, but won’t survive 2017 amid major renovations at Hard Rock Hotel.
Brian Dewhurst ran away with the circus at age 13; his son, Nicky, was hanging around the tent at an even younger age.
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