TI hotel-casino intends to honor its Nov. 28 contract with comedy legend Bill Cosby but, if the show goes forward, all profits will go to charity, the Review-Journal learned Thursday.
Bill Cosby dismissed the question about sexual assault allegations before the Associated Press reporter even finished asking it. Afterward, Cosby pressured the reporter not to let the public see or hear his answer at all.
Bill Cosby’s headliner appearance at Treasure Island on Nov. 28 will go ahead as scheduled, a rep for the hotel confirmed Tuesday.
Celebrity agent Mike Esterman looks like a celebrity agent. He has a shaved head and Ethan Hawke’s goatee. He calls his industry “the shark tank of showbiz,” and he swims in it gleefully.
Embattled comedy legend Bill Cosby has a Nov. 28 date at Treasure Island — for now.
The Maloof family has been quietly laying the groundwork to get back in the game for more than a year.
Oscar winner back to sing at Red Rock Resort, where shows last summer became a live album.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman and County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak were waving at each other like long-lost friends at the Veterans Day parade on Tuesday.
What does it say when you have the marketing machine behind the powerful Las Vegas brand in your corner? The Imagine Dragons are about to find out.
Evoking memories of the surprise rooftop performances of The Beatles and U2, Imagine Dragons put on a three-song pop-up show Saturday next to Bellagio’s dancing fountains.
After all the uproar about who should — or shouldn’t — be presenting ceremonial keys to celebrities, guess what happened? The key presentation got lost in the hoopla of “Britney Day,” a corporate salute to Planet Hollywood headliner Britney Spears.
British singer Katie Melua has a live spider removed from her ear, and guesses it climbed in via headphones she wore during an airline flight. Thanks ever so much for giving us something else to freak out about at 30,000 feet.
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