Steve Wynn’s newly completed second home is the talk of the town in hard-to-impress New York City.
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Award-winning pianist Alexander Schimpf performs Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 — for the first time in concert — with the Las Vegas Philharmonic, while David Lockington returns as guest conductor for Saturday’s concert.
Jam band stalwarts Widespread Panic return to The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on July 2-4. Tickets start at $55 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at The Joint box office, 4455 Paradise Road, and Ticketmaster outlets.
The Marshall Tucker Band lives outside prevailing musical trends and has lived a long time. “The Intimidator” was probably still listening to “Can’t You See,” which was only a year old when Dale Earnhardt Jr. was born in 1974.
‘Eurydice’ explores myth with a twist: The classic Orpheus myth gets a change-of-perspective twist in Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice,” which continues through Sunday at UNLV.
Gary Numan’s reminiscing about one of the best Christmas presents he ever received, his voice now much deeper than it would have been in the mid-’60s, but no less kidlike, at least for the moment.
You may remember “The Tom Green Show” for the stunts and pranks. But his stand-up career proves there was more to it — or at least to Tom Green.
Presto’s food has a healthy focus, and they specialize in a Turkish flatbread called a pide, which we haven’t spotted elsewhere in town. But let’s talk about the cream of mushroom soup and the ahi tuna sliders.
Beer: Brew’s Best, a festival of craft beers from locally and nationally based breweries, opens taps Saturday at the Village at Lake Las Vegas in Henderson. And on April 26, it’s the Great Vegas Festival of Beer, 4 to 8 p.m. April 26 in the Fremont East Entertainment District.