If you’re a big “Bob the Builder” fan, this month’s Netflix dump won’t make you too happy. The good news is that the streaming service has a lot of new stuff coming your way, including Oscar-nominated comedy-drama “Nebraska.”
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Walking into Pinot’s Palette at The District at Green Valley Ranch, guests feel more at home than in any art studio. From the extra elbow room down to the bathroom mirrors, owners Reed and Judy Alewel didn’t cut any corners when it came to pleasing their customers.
Chef Steve Martorano opened his second valley restaurant earlier this month at Paris Las Vegas.
Marvel Studios has announced its new phase of superhero movies, including pics for the Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, The Inhumans, at a major fan event in Hollywood on Tuesday.
Halloween and Day of the Dead activities join opera and choral concerts and Sesquicentennial events on this week’s arts and leisure calendar.
Layoff fever is spreading at Time Warner. Weeks after the conglom went public with job cuts at its Warner Bros. and Turner Broadcasting divisions, the HBO unit is expected to trim its own staff as well, according to sources. Approximately 7% of its 2,400 employees face pink slips as early as this week.
From “All About That Bass” to “Baby Don’t Lie,” here are iTunes’ Official Music Charts for the week ending October 27, 2014.
LGBT-themed cabler Logo TV has launched into the world of comedic and satirical news programs with “The Straight Out Report,” which it plans to debut on Nov. 7.
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Before Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic “Interstellar” arrives and wipes everyone’s brains, here are three films not to forget amid the increasingly crowded fall movie season:
NBC is bringing Neil Patrick Harris back to series television as host of a comedy-variety series.
The latest “Fast and Furious” movie has been retitled “Furious 7.” The new title for the film, previously known as “Fast and Furious 7,” was unveiled online Sunday by Universal Pictures.
Entertainers performed during the Rock in Rio USA Rock Street sneak-peek event at the site of the former Circus Circus RV Park on Monday.
A video of good Samaritans appearing to subdue a man on a violent homophobic and racist rant at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport appeared Saturday, one of those good Samaritans possibly being actor Paul Rudd.
Wendy Williams didn’t go to the prom. That one fact explains why Williams will tell you the truth to your face even if it hurts your feelings.
Nevada Ballet Theatre and Cirque du Soleil merged their mojos for their annual “A Choreographers’ Showcase” at Treasure Island’s Mystere Theatre on Sunday (with a repeat performance scheduled this Sunday). The program stretched from challenging the mind to celebrating unbridled joy.
What remained constant from the Life Is Beautiful’s first year to its second was the street party atmosphere and broad array of attendees who differed both in terms of age and what they were there for, some drawn more by the culinary offerings than the music, and vice versa.
TMZ says Kanye West turned down a deal in Vegas to do $500,000-per-show for nine shows, equaling $4.5 million.
Aaron Lewis has apologized for botching the lyrics of “The Star-Spangled Banner” during his performance before Game 5 of the World Series.
Marvel Studios may have found its Doctor Strange. Benedict Cumberbatch is in final talks to play the doctor-turned-sorcerer-supreme in the newest superhero film from Marvel that Scott Derrickson will direct, sources tell Variety.
“The Last Ship,” a musical by Grammy-winning rock star Sting based on his childhood in a shipbuilding town in northeastern England, landed on Broadway with a star-studded opening.
Larry Rudolph, who manages Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus and Avril Lavigne, attended the Foo Fighters performance as Tony Hsieh’s guest at the Life Is Beautiful festival Sunday in downtown Las Vegas.
A unique theatrical experience unfolds. Table 8 Productions’ presentation of “Jonestown” puts us into the story as members of the megalomaniac Rev. Jim Jones’ Peoples Temple congregation, famous for committing mass suicide in 1978 by drinking cyanide-laced Kool-Aid at its compound in Guyana.