Renée Zellweger, who hasn’t appeared on screen since 2010, appeared in public recently and was nearly unrecognizable.
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The bloody World War II drama “Fury” blew past “Gone Girl” at theaters this weekend.
“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actor Nicholas Brendon has been arrested in Idaho on multiple charges, including resisting arrest, according to a police report.
The Women’s Research Institute of Nevada and Vegas PBS are joining forces to talk about women’s contribution to Nevada history, just in time for the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the state.
Producers of new shows on the Strip pull the plug much faster than in the past. One reason, they say, is a lack of support from hotel-casinos, which used to be partners in entertainment instead of just landlords.
For more than a year I’ve been hearing rumblings that some friends of film legend Tony Curtis gather at his grave every year, with drinks in hand, and toast him on his birthday, June 2.
The roster of celebrities who aren’t technically authors but who have dipped a pen into the world of children’s and young adult literature is long and getting longer all the time. Among the latest: Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.
The King County medical examiner has confirmed that a body found in a ravine in the Seattle suburb of Auburn is that of missing actress Misty Upham, known for her roles in “August: Osage County,” ”Frozen River” and “Django Unchained.”
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez has sued the financers of “Sin City 2” and “Machete Kills,” alleging non-payment of $7.7 million.
Apparently, French teens can’t handle the new film “Annabelle,” but it’s not because of the scares.
Many celebrities are scared to publicly say they party in Vegas. Not Heather McDonald. The “Chelsea Lately” star performs Saturday at the Venetian, and she’s “bringing a bunch of girls.”
Blink 182 is working on a new album and they’re shooting for a summer of 2015 release.
British royalty has met acting aristocracy, as Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II bestowed an honor on Maggie Smith during a ceremony at Windsor Castle. The award is limited to 65 living people “of distinction.”
Two thoughts occurred at 5:04 p.m. Thursday, on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the deadly Loma Prieta earthquake that hit San Francisco.
Oktoberfest comes to Downtown 3rd Friday with a celebration from 6 to 9 p.m. at Triple George, 201 N. Third St.
The Sparklings seems a little incongruous, so I’ll quit trying to figure it out and appreciate it for what it is: a restaurant serving a varied menu of well-prepared dishes in a pleasant environment.
Rob Garrett’s Neil Diamond shares small showroom gem with Jason Tenner’s Prince homage, Purple Reign.
No irony, just pride when Daryl Hall and 40-year musical partner John Oates convene to sing their hits.
The carnage takes a break for a middle act that shows off the hearts of some of its characters — figuratively for a change.
One of these treats would no doubt make your wait for the Great Pumpkin a little sweeter.
Each week we spotlight a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with ethnic restaurants this week.
You already know his music. Everybody does — that is, everybody who’s ever followed the yellow brick road “Over the Rainbow” to Oz. But there’s more to composer Harold Arlen than “The Wizard of Oz,” as the musical revue “The Wonderful Wizard of Song” demonstrates this weekend at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz.
Wiz Khalifa smokes his way through his latest record, “Blacc Hollywood.”