Attention, Bono: Here’s an old-school way to give away a free album. Bob Dylan is sending seniors free copies of his latest album, tucking 50,000 copies into the next edition of “AARP The Magazine,” according to the retirement group.
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This Wednesday, Carlos Santana and Hermes Music U.S. will take part in the donation of a whopping 80 guitars to Monaco Middle School’s music programs.
I have found out when “American Ninja Warriors” is returning to Las Vegas to feature those crazy athletes who run through an insane obstacle course on TV for guts and glory.
Performer makes a big impression with full orchestra and movie makeup.
The Hollywood studios have launched a legal action against Xunlei, a large Chinese-language video website, which they accuse of content piracy.
Comedian Todd Glass has stopped telling “fat people” jokes because he finally realized: “Why are they the dregs of society’ ” who deserve to be picked on?
“Disney On Ice presents Frozen” is coming to the Thomas & Mack Center. Feel free to tell your kids, and let the singing-in-cars commence.
Everyone’s favorite nonagenarian, Betty White, got the surprise of a lifetime for her 93rd birthday — a hula-dancing flash mob!
The beleaguered movie studio DreamWorks Animation is embarking on a round of sizable layoffs, potentially involving more than 15 percent of its employee base.
The show must go on. That was the message Bill Cosby sent Saturday night as the embattled comedian performed back-to-back shows in the Mile High city.
Amazon Studios said it will produce and acquire original movies for theatrical release and early-window distribution on Amazon Prime Instant Video starting in 2015.
Whitney Houston’s estate is telling fans they should “brace for the worst” if they choose to watch Lifetime’s Angela Bassett-directed biopic, which premiered on Saturday.
The program for Las Vegas Little Theatre’s presentation of “The Little Dog Laughed” warns about the play’s “full male nudity, strong language, and mature themes.” It’s not for the squeamish. But in the Hollywood satire, the profanities have a lyrical roll and the nudity is a natural, symbolic part of the story.
Pulitzer and Tony award-winning playwright Tracy Letts explores the collateral damage left over from the first Iraq war through the paranoid delusions of a Gulf War vet in his creepy play “Bug,” now being staged by Cockroach Theatre.
Experience of two producers in same small venue proves the need to be “fully loaded” and to “earn” an audience.
Bob Anderson’s Frank Sinatra tribute will transport audiences back to “Sinatra at the Sands,” the 1966 live album that included Count Basie and his orchestra with Quincy Jones conducting and arranging.
Church’s fiery, fantastic performance on Friday, is both a tip of the trucker hat — Church wears no Stetsons — to country music business-as-usual and a repudiation of it.
The network’s entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt said the next live musical adaptation will either be “The Music Man” from 1957 or “The Wiz” from 1975.
Mere mortals celebrate the anniversaries of their weddings and jobs, but WWE superstar Chris Jericho this week celebrated the fifth anniversary of Mike Tyson punching him in the face.
Do you miss the days of Moby Grape, the music venue of the 1970s and 1980s? Musicians from that era are reuniting Jan. 23-24, with all proceeds going to the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts music program.
On Monday, Bally’s “Jubilee” is holding auditions for female dancers (at noon), male dancers (10 a.m.), and male and female singers (2 p.m.) in the Jubilee Theater.
What happens in Las Vegas does not always stay there. “Honeymoon in Vegas,” based on the 1992 Nicolas Cage movie, arrived on Broadway on Thursday night with a winning dose of glitz and kitsch.
Idina Menzel will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl XLIX, the NFL and NBC announced Friday.