Vegas’ music scene this year was pretty crazy. Here are 14 things to be thankful for in 2014.
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Bill Cosby dismissed the question about sexual assault allegations before the Associated Press reporter even finished asking it. Afterward, Cosby pressured the reporter not to let the public see or hear his answer at all.
Ice on the Strip usually means an on-the-rocks cocktail. But, starting Friday, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas transforms its Boulevard Pool into its overlooking-the-Strip ice rink.
Mike Nichols was not a Vegas kind of guy. That made the rare occasions when he came into our world all that more impressive. And just a little intimidating.
Mike Nichols, the Oscar-winning director of “The Graduate” and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” was remembered by friends and colleagues as an artist, a mentor and a constant source of laughter and inspiration.
Jimmy Ruffin, the Motown singer whose hits include “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted” and “Hold on to My Love,” died Monday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was 78.
Find things to do across the Summerlin area.
20th Century Fox has moved fast to acquire rights to Boston Marathon spec “Boston Strong” with “Safe House” filmmaker Daniel Espinosa in talks to direct, sources confirm.
When Genevieve Dew and Danny Titus met then-15-year-old Michael Villas, he was anti-social and would cling to his mother, Teresa, every time they went to classes at Life Long Dreams. Things changed for him the day they put a video camera in his hand.
Vegas’ Sounds of Threat release intense, bracing debut. “Creature of Habit” sounds like a violent reaction to their surroundings, a way of blowing off steam lest it scald them raw.
“I know what I’m about to say may be a little rough, but most of your top female comics have either already had their kids or they’re lesbians.”
The first two movies opened to more than $150 million. Barring some sort of national catastrophe, this is practically guaranteed to be the year’s biggest debut weekend.
Despite a volatile economy, there’s one thing our great nation (and certain tax-friendly portions of Canada) still do better than anyone. Produce Christmas movies.
One of the holiday season’s biggest attractions kicks off Friday as The Magical Forest opens at Opportunity Village, 6300 W. Oakey Blvd.
Here are a few pop culture tidbits that caught our eye this week.
Henderson calendar highlights include a CD release party for Barry Black’s “Lost and Found” and a homecoming benefit concert by The Filharmonic.
Hulu has placed a straight-to-series order for “Difficult People,” a half-hour comedy from executive producers Amy Poehler (“Parks & Recreation”) and Dave Becky (“Louie”).
Attorney Martin Singer is disputing the claim made by former model Janice Dickinson that she was raped by Bill Cosby in 1982.
Dance your way through Black Friday at the Discovery Children’s Museum, where the second annual “Nutcracker Extravaganza” celebrates Nevada Ballet Theatre’s upcoming production of “The Nutcracker” with dance performances and lessons, costume try-ons, photo ops and more.
Bill Cosby’s headliner appearance at Treasure Island on Nov. 28 will go ahead as scheduled, a rep for the hotel confirmed Tuesday.
People magazine has named Chris Hemsworth the “Sexiest Man Alive” of 2014, cheering the Australian actor’s rise as hammer-wielding, bone fide hunk in the “Thor” films.
Although it has been more than 50 years, interest in JFK, his life, his presidency and especially his assassination, continues unabated. A new exhibit at the Tropicana and a talk at The Mob Museum are designed to appeal to those interested in the nation’s 35th president.
Starting between 2 and 2:30 p.m. depending on the theater, you can watch the first two installments plus “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part One” for $15-$30.