Comedy legend Shecky Greene, less than a month from his 91st birthday, tumbled and was taken by ambulance from the Italian American Club on Wednesday night.
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Wayne Newton thrilled the Penn & Teller Theater audience on Wednesday with an unbilled appearance at a taping of “Fool Us.”
The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, plans to spend $6.5 million over the next year to add new, interactive exhibitions and a better dining experience as it seeks to draw in more tourists.
The charitable trust that owns and operates Marta Becket’s theater in the desert has been granted more time to submit years of delinquent tax filings and unpaid fees to the IRS and California regulators.
When I attended my first Las Vegas Philharmonic concert Feb. 4, I was surprised that so many applauded after movements, the separate parts of a musical composition. This seemed like a serious music crowd. Didn’t they know better?
The art exhibit “Tilting the Basin” has opened in Las Vegas.
Martin Nievera has played assorted Vegas venues on and off the Strip. Saturday, he tests the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Pitbull’s party at Axis resumes in July, and he’s hoping for a longer stay at Planet Hollywood.
After a 2½-month run last year at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, the exhibit “Tilting the Basin” is making its way to Southern Nevada.
Rod Stewart has played “Sweet Little Rock ‘n’ Roller” during his residency at Caesars Palace, but the song took on new meaning Saturday night.
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