Reruns of “The Dukes of Hazzard” have been quietly pulled from TV Land’s daytime schedule at a moment of heightened sensitivity to Confederate flag imagery.
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To fully appreciate the precocious appeal of Sasha McVeigh, it helps to take a walk back in time before Taylor Swift wielded the kind of clout that could cause an imposing institution like Apple to completely crumble. A few years older now than Swift was then, McVeigh has exactly the same sort of disarming charm that earned Swift a legion of loyalists.
The National Atomic Testing Museum is unusual in that many of its docents are former workers from the Nevada Test Site, now named the Nevada National Security Site.
Not entirely sure what would prompt anyone to do such a thing at a Zac Brown Band show, but alas, someone hopped on stage with the band last night at Summerfest, and boy, did he ever paid the price!
Boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao topped Forbes list of the world’s 100 highest-paid celebrities on Monday, on the heels of their lucrative clash in Las Vegas last month.
The Frank Marino-Alex Schechter wedding is being turned into a fabulous reality show. Titled “My Big Fat Disney Wedding,” the show will lead up to the wedding finale at Disney World in Florida.
“Breaking Bad” star Anna Gunn will topline “Equity,” Broad Street Pictures’ Wall Street drama.
Between the dozens of conversations held Saturday night inside Atomic Liquors in downtown Las Vegas, some local tales about the city’s qualities were filmed for an upcoming episode of Comedy Central show “Drunk History.”
Inside the recently opened Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway Center is a frosty white mural that holds hidden secrets to the naked eye. It’s only when seen with a polarized viewer that a new colorful world greets the eyes.
The Shrine Auditorium was awash in a sea of “bello” yellow at Saturday’s Los Angeles premiere of “Minions,” where guests turned up in their best banana-hued duds to fete the giddily-anticipated prequel to Universal Pictures’ “Despicable Me” franchise.
“It’s with the heaviest of hearts and unbearable sadness that we must inform you of the passing of our dear friend and Yes co-founder, Chris Squire,” the band wrote. “Chris peacefully passed away last night in Phoenix Arizona. We will have more information for you soon.”
The new Miss Nevada Katherine Kelley moved to Las Vegas from Kentucky last year with the goal of teaching math to grade-school students.
CombatCon was back in Las Vegas for the fourth year this weekend.
A product of the same team behind “Cruel Intentions: The Musical,” “The O.C.” musical will be adapted and directed by Jordan Ross, with Lindsey Rosin producing.
For nine seasons, the competition referred to its callback rounds as “Vegas Week,” but they were kept closer to Hollywood last year in an effort to save money.
A lawyer for Bill Cosby argued that unsealing court documents from a 2005 Pennsylvania sexual assault case filed against the comedian would cause severe “embarrassment,” court records show.
Hold on, I know posting naked pictures of a writer-actress-wife-mother sounds not-great? But he snaps these strategically covered photos of Cox in the morning, before makeup, to empower her by proving Internet trolls wrong.
We’ve all been there — peeling away the wrapping paper, seeing a gift we totally didn’t want, and putting on our best forced smile for the sake of the giver. But what if you’re the Queen and you’re given a portrait you’re struggling to appreciate?
J.K. Rowling has confirmed that the Harry Potter play, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” will open in London next year.
One of our favorite bands, Sunny Day Real Estate, is named after this opportunistic notion that if someone could figure out a way to make a profit from peddling cloudless days, they would.
Marlon Wayans is glad “I Can Do That” is doing well on TV, because his big family needs money. “The Wayans family is like a charity: Feed the Hungry Wayans.”
Bobby Jindal is fixin’ to find high-profile support from his own constituents as he launches his campaign for the presidency: “Duck Dynasty” stars Jep and Jessica Robertson have said they endorse the Louisiana governor.
Affleck and his friend since childhood, actor Matt Damon, will be among the producers of the as-yet-untitled movie for Hollywood studio Warner Bros., the author, U.S. reporter Ken Bensinger, told Reuters.