HBO has given the greenlight to a pilot for “Virtuoso,” a period drama about musical prodigies from “True Blood” creator Alan Ball, Elton John and David Furnish.
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Manilow has been the butt of comedians’ jokes for four decades. But a landmark scientific experiment proves people can’t even recognize Manilow’s giant face on a T-shirt.
You should do yourself a favor and check out three amazing YouTube videos picking up steam this week.
Laurie Simmons’ “Ringtone” and “Geisha Song” take over The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ towering Strip marquee once an hour, bringing the artist’s distinctive vision to a wider audience.
If anything, this cheap, obvious and lazy thriller should leave you looking forward to the singer’s likely Las Vegas residency. After all, every day she’s performing on the Strip is another day she can’t be making movies like this one.
Rod Stewart brings his easy-going retrospective back to Caesars, two weeks after turning 70.
A new book about boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. provides rare insider details on how he’s blowing through his fortune. Trusting a con man cost Mayweather $15 million, according to the new tell-all book by a high-ranking aide.
“Who’s more punk rock than the Rat Pack?” Rob DeTie wonders in the near-dark of the Double Down Saloon on a recent Thursday evening. “They did whatever the hell they wanted and got away with pretty much everything.”
Stan Irwin, producer and the personal manager for many celebrities, especially Johnny Carson, died Wednesday, January 21. He was 94.
In the series, debuting Feb. 27 on WE tv, couples will have sex in a box, then, under the influence of “cuddle hormones,” they’ll emerge to talk about their experiences in front of a studio audience.
The prog rock greats will be commemorating four decades together.
The road to New York’s Metropolitan Opera leads through Denver — at least for the four winners of Nevada’s Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, who compete Feb. 7 and 8 at Denver University’s Gates Concert Hall for the chance to sing at the Met’s Grand Finals Concert.
It seems that just about everybody’s doing small plates/tapas these days. But I can’t think of anybody doing it better than David Clawson Restaurant.
Caesars Palace showcase a sober-minded and almost elegiac look back at 46 years of Elton John hits.
Would you like to shoot your ex-wife’s stuff with a machine gun? How about your ex-husband’s? This is a real offer. You can do this in Las Vegas soon.
Green Valley High School students are set to bring the sea to the desert. The school, 460 Arroyo Grande Blvd., plans to perform “The Little Mermaid” at 7 p.m. Jan. 29-31, 2 p.m. Jan. 31 and 7 p.m. Feb. 5-7. The show originally ran on Broadway from 2008 to 2012.
If you runners have never taken part in “Scale the Strat,” which lets you sprint up stairs (108 floors; 1,455 stairs) of the Stratosphere hotel in Las Vegas, well, what can I say, you’re a weakling and I have no respect for you.
I had a shallow conversation with “Backdoor Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham about how she wants to show off a new line of adult products during a toga party at Ghostbar Dayclub on Saturday.
Having portrayed the male lead in his two most recent series, Henderson’s Thomas Dekker is enjoying life a little farther down the call sheet on Fox’s quirky detective dramedy “Backstrom.”
Rob Lowe (“Parks and Recreation”), Megan Mullally (“Will & Grace”) and Jenna Fischer (“The Office”) are set to star in NBC’s “Apocalypse,” the net announced Wednesday.
When Frances Hall was asked to write a play by the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee, she decided on a story of a family overcoming hardships. “I think these are real issues that people can relate to,” Hall says.
After a three-year hiatus, Theatre in the Valley is grateful for a new start and a permanent home.
“Game of Thrones” released a trailer for its upcoming Imax run Wednesday, including a (very) brief sneak peek at new footage from the fifth season, featuring Peter Dinklage’s Tyrion Lannister after his clandestine escape from King’s Landing in last year’s finale.