It's a safe bet that everyone who attends services at downtown's diminutive Amistad Christiana Church comes to hear themselves think. That's been impossible since 2013 during the behemoth Life is Beautiful music festival.
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Katy Perry, who grew up the daughter of Protestant pastors and rose to fame with the hit song "I Kissed a Girl," may get her chance to live in a former Roman Catholic convent in Los Angeles — after a judge tentatively blocked its sale to someone else.
Both the "Vacation" and "Mission: Impossible" franchises are hoping the fifth time's the charm at the box office this weekend.
More than 3,000 eager fans packed The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on Thursday to catch pop star Juanes' only show in Las Vegas this year.
Here are five cheap music shows to catch around town this weekend.
The former presenters from hit BBC show "Top Gear" -- Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May -- have signed a deal with Amazon to produce a new motoring show for its streaming service, Amazon Prime.
Nearly 40 years after he obtained his green card, John Lennon has been honored in New York with a tapestry showing Manhattan as a yellow submarine and the late Beatle holding up a peace sign at the helm.
Former wild man Rod Stewart makes no secret of saying one of the joys of playing the Colosseum at Caesars Palace is the ability to jet back home to Beverly Hills, Calif., after each show.
Fetty Wap's stock is soaring right now: "Trap Queen," his breakthrough single is reportedly double platinum, and the follow-up, "My Way," sits right next to its predecessor in the top 10 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, with a third track, "679," close behind and climbing.
Although there's plenty to celebrate these days — the Suffers are in the midst of an enviable festival run, having just performed at Pemberton and Newport Folk Festival with a date secured at Austin City Limits this fall.
Since first emerging more than a decade ago, Max Bemis has been one of the more captivating musicians. From delivering lines that leave listeners in disbelief to enticing fans with erratic arrangements, Bemis has made consistently compelling music as the leader of Say Anything.
If Aerosmith makes it hard to decide just when to make a run for it Saturday — to get rid of the last beer and score the next one — Joe Perry might be happy to hear that. It's a testament to the band's longevity, and to set-list science.
Rich Little seems a little shy about his new autobiographical showcase at the Tropicana, even though its the smartest thing he's done in years.
Sean Malone, best known for his roles in "The Fighter" and "Gone Baby Gone," died on Wednesday in Boston after being in a coma for nine days following a drowning accident. He was 54.
What did Tom Cruise ever do to the "Mission: Impossible" movies? They've already hung him by his fingertips from the rock faces of Utah's Dead Horse Point and left him dangling high above the streets of Dubai outside the world's tallest building
Christopher Titus never fails to see the bright side of a situation. Or is it the dark side? It gets confusing.
After seven years with the museum, Neon Museum executive director Danielle Kelly has resigned her post and will leave the museum at the end of September to relocate to New Mexico with her family.
Only one of those greats — comedian and actor Will Ferrell — played 10 different positions for 10 different big league ballclubs in one memorable day this year in spring training.
Earlier this week, we let you know that tickets for this fall’s iHeartRadio Music Festival were slated to go on sale this Saturday, but we didn't have any word on who was was due to appear at this year's version. Now we do.
TV director Jason "Jace" Alexander was arrested Wednesday in connection with the possession and file-sharing of child pornography.
Will the usually-topless-but-not-this-time women of Luxor's "Fantasy" show lure you into a nightclub we never talk about?
Odds are pretty good Nevada voters will give a green thumbs-up to recreational marijuana in November 2016. How will legal pot change Las Vegas?
Just about anywhere in the world where Spanish is spoken, you’re bound to hear reference to a Juanes song.