Pete Vallee began his run as “Big Elvis” 20 years ago, and has since performed at many lounges on and off the Strip.
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Diana Ross sings, smiles and dresses beautifully. But where is that killer horn section from the first version of her show at Venetian Theater?
In the summer of 1970, Bonnie Raitt saw the light.
Robert Beckmann’s latest exhibit “Transmutations: Robert Beckmann, Under the Western Sky 1977-2017,” is a retrospective that continues through April 9 at the Sahara West Library’s Studio. Las Vegas is well represented in the exhibit.
Joey Pero’s night was befitting a sad trombone solo as he was knocked down and suffered a broken leg after the first rehearsal of “Bandstand” in New York.
Louie Anderson won an Emmy for playing Christine Baskets on “Baskets,” and now seeks a small space to ply his craft in Las Vegas.
Oscar Goodman used a big martini and oversized claims to toast the fifth anniversary of the Mob Museum on Thursday night.
Every picture tells a story, the saying goes. Sometimes, a building can too. On Sunday, a panel described how the building that today houses the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas helped put the then-young city on the map.
The Chinese New Year Celebration and Asian Food Festival, held at Chinatown Plaza, 4255 Spring Mountain Road, was packed with people Sunday. The festival, marking the Year of the Rooster, which started Jan. 28, took up half of the parking lot in front of Chinatown Plaza and celebrated its 23rd year.
Freddie Glusman has thousands of friends. A couple hundred filled Piero’s on Saturday for his 80th birthday.