Steve Spector has created thousands of portraits, many of which overlook diners at Palm Restaurant.
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Tymara Walker stepped to the mic and asked her audience to stand, and belted out the first notes of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Soon the air was thick with the voices of the full audience, who swayed and sang along Saturday, marking the start of the Black History Month Festival at Springs Preserve.
Norm Johnson was facing a stint in a juvenile detention center when offered the option of joining the Air Force. He enlisted and served in the Korean War.
Rachel Tyler was a principal singer in “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers” for 13 months at Wynn Las Vegas, and caught a break when an opening surfaced in the aquatic production “Le Reve.”
Former Atlanta Falcons wideout Roddy White spent Super Bowl weekend partying and gambling with Charles Barkley. Similar to the Falcons’ defense in overtime, they got smoked.
Here are your top ten picks what to see, eat and do this weekend in Las Vegas.
“George Bugatti’s Piano Bar” at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz will welcome a variety of performers to explore the versatile form that ranges from musical theater to jazz to American standards. First guest up: John O’Hurley.
For the first time since opening in October 2012, the Neon Museum has purchased additional land to allow for the nonprofit’s first significant expansion.
There’s something unsettling happening at the Plaza hotel in downtown Las Vegas. A frightened young woman. A menacing skeletal hand. A slowly opening door.
It’s a perfectly pleasant time at the theater, with bouncy tunes and pretty pictures and delightful children and a few welcome flights of fancy. Yet for a musical about the power of imagination to overcome anguished reality, there’s something dismayingly by-the-numbers about the entire enterprise.
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