Leave it to our old friend Jimmy Kimmel to send the interwebs into a tizzy yet again. The Clark High School graduate debuted the first trailer for "Captain America: Civil War" during Tuesday's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
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Dave Grohl-led rock band Foo Fighters has canceled its remaining tour dates in Europe following the terror attacks in Paris.
Get your pickle fix from these local Vegas joints.
As you've probably heard by now, Billy Idol is the latest act to land his own Las Vegas residency. Earlier this week, the '80s rebel announced plans to play a dozen dates over the course of two months next spring at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.
You may not be ready for "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer," those evil Starbucks cups and other signs that the holidays are approaching, but you can bet Hollywood is.
Did Elvis Presley ever light a public Christmas tree in Las Vegas? Did the Rat Pack? I can't find answers to these questions, but I can tell you Britney Spears will light a 30-footer this Saturday at The Linq.
Performing magic in a silly green dragon suit can get you some distance in show business, maybe even as far as the prestigious Fringe festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Sully Erna isn't afraid to stand alone.
It’s back! Almost four months after closing its doors at the end of July, the Bunkhouse Saloon is opening back up again this evening with a show featuring the return of Zach Ryan, who’s slated to share the bill with Evan Johnson and Paige Overton.
For his latest "Take a Break" segment, host James Corden spent nearly 10 minutes of Thursday's "The Late Late Show" running amok at Planet Hollywood Resort.
Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis kept a lid on her mystery-man romance despite a very public make-out session in Las Vegas in August. In this age of phone cameras and instant sightings via social media, that was one of the best-kept secrets of the year.
Justin Bieber is slated to make a stop at the MGM Grand Garden on March 25.
Some would say no matter what it is you're hosting, there's an audience for it somewhere. With Las Vegas being home to devout followers of the United Church of Bacon, what better place than Sin City to hold a bacon-themed Broadway-level show.
Fences won't solve the European refugee crisis, actor Tom Hanks says. The Hollywood star and American icon decried the use of border fences to keep out refugees and migrants fleeing persecution as Slovenia began construction of a razor-wire fence on its Croatian border.
When Troy Little took on the task of creating a graphic novel adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream," he was taking on not just a classic, but a favorite book by one of his favorite authors.
AMC abandoned its original moniker, American Movie Classics, long before it started churning out some of TV's finest dramas.
Calling all acrobats, jugglers, magicians, ventriloquists and guys who swallow things and then regurgitate them.
If you sue Taylor Swift, just remember her lyrics might be used against you.
A Dublin duo now living in Las Vegas have come up with an anthem for countryman Conor McGregor, the UFC phenom.
Where do you go for theme park rides inspired by maritime tragedies, acid-blooded aliens and children fighting to the death in a dystopian future?
Before the end of next year, there'll be a sculpture in downtown Las Vegas — on a traffic island at Main and Commerce streets.
LVCDT dancers will perform "Night Creatures" — featuring music by late jazz great Duke Ellington — Nov. 13 at The Smith Center's Reynolds Hall.
They may be behind bars, but their artwork isn't.