It’s no secret the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao fight, and all the massive hype behind it, attracted the largest gathering of high rollers in the city’s history. The wild weekend produced numbers that probably won’t be repeated, possibly for decades.
Erich Bergen of the “Jersey Boys” film wasn’t the only Las Vegas connection in the headlines in Los Angeles last week. The Los Angeles Times featured the Killers’ Brandon Flowers, his latest solo album, “The Desired Effect,” and his solo tour.
Instead of taking a hit, Erich Bergen’s show business career has thrived since the “Jersey Boys” film failed to take off.
Jimmy Kimmel did something unheard of in the often-cutthroat world of late-night television.
The inaugural Rock in Rio USA festival will be remembered for larger-than-life appearances by Metallica and Taylor Swift and sky-high ticket and food prices.
The 25th anniversary of the death of Sammy Davis Jr. passed without fanfare on Saturday. “Mr. Bojangles” should have been blaring over loud speakers up and down Las Vegas Boulevard.
Taylor Swift sent a loud and proud signal that she’s dating Scottish DJ Calvin Harris.
Jay Leno hinted Thursday about a “clue” that he wouldn’t be among David Letterman’s last “Late Show” guests.
Elaine Pascal Wynn no longer holds the distinction of owning the world’s most expensive work of art sold at auction.
It’s all about momentum now. Promoters of the inaugural Rock in Rio festival have five days to address growing pains then do it all over again this weekend.
A keen-eyed observer spotted something unusual during Tuesday’s red carpet at the site of Genting Group’s $4 billion Resorts World project.
It’s the weekend SLS Las Vegas has been waiting for. With a predicted 10,000 music lovers streaming through the former Sahara hotel, the debut of the Rock in Rio festival couldn’t come soon enough for SLS.
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