It was 2002, the beginning of the rah-rah war-machine years, and comedian David Cross had some jokes to tell about god and President Bush in the Las Vegas’ House of Blues.
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Model Jessa Hinton lost trust in men while cocktailing in Las Vegas for six years. She was married at the time, and she wore her ring. If only male clients had kept theirs on.
Belinda Carlisle will sing her pop hits in Las Vegas this weekend in between A) moving to Thailand, B) starring in a Go-Go’s farewell tour, and C) creating a chanting album.
No matter how famous, moneyed or VIP you are, you can’t gain entry into the private club-within-a-club at the new Intrigue at the Wynn Las Vegas unless a group of executives gives you the thumbs up.
On Saturday, the Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation is hosting the Ladybug Ball at 6 p.m. in the Red Rock Resort Ballroom. The annual event raises money to support programs for blind children.
It’s been 15 years since Jackie “The Jokeman” Martling exited Howard Stern’s radio show over money, and at age 68, the Jokeman is still looking for retirement cash.
Now that Prince has died and taken my teens and twenties with him, as I stare at this screen in shock and denial, I’ll tell you the short version of how I convinced Prince, the most famous idol of my life, to invite me over for a chat on May 24, 2004.
“When I started on the Chappelle show, I was making $500 per episode. That was for working the whole week. …On the road, I went from $500 a week to $35,000 per weekend, $50,000 per weekend. In two or three weeks, I made more than I made in two seasons on ‘Chappelle’s Show.’”
Famous helicopter parents in history have included Mozart’s dad, Britney’s mom (wait, what?) and Las Vegas comedian Rita Rudner, whose 13-year-old singing daughter, Molly Bergman, will open for Rudner on Friday and Saturday at Red Rock Resort.
Cirque du Soleil has joined a list of famous musicians and businesses boycotting North Carolina after politicians there passed a “bathroom bill” against transgender people and other citizens.
Penn & Teller will match donations of $250 and more during Sunday’s three-mile AIDS Walk at Town Square. Last year’s event drew 6,000 walkers and raised $400,000 for AFAN to help feed, shelter and transport 3,000 local people with HIV.
Keanu Reeves was just standing there in Gordon Ramsay’s pub in Caesars Palace, posing for photos with excited movie theater managers from across America.
Some 70 percent of old analog photos submitted to ScanMyPhotos are travel pictures. And Las Vegas is the most prominent city in those photos, beating all Disney resorts, Paris, New York and national parks.
Dapper DJ Steve Aoki spent a few moments Tuesday afternoon wardrobing himself with bowties, pants, jackets and shiny black shoes, while talking to me on the phone from the fitting room of upscale designer store Ermenegildo Zegna in Beverly Hills, California.
Kenny G isn’t just a great saxophonist and golfer who occasionally hits under par. He’s also “an excellent pilot” who has landed his amphibious plane on Lake Las Vegas.
For the last few years, Joe Jonas has been DJing in Las Vegas and around the world, and it has paid off in the form of a new hit song that puts him in the record books.
Hey, look, any famous rich people can run for president with confidence now, obviously. Kanye West has already announced his intention to run. And Roseanne ran in 2012, lasting longer than Trump’s unofficial 2012 trial run by finishing in sixth place.
Billy Idol is launching his first Las Vegas residency on Wednesday and he seems relieved to be here instead of touring Europe as it struggles with humanitarian, political and European Union crises.
Mike Tyson recently spent $2.5 million to move four doors down from his $1.5 million house in Seven Hills.
I finally got discovered by Hollywood when I was offered a role I’ll brag about for years — playing myself as a nonspeaking extra in “Sharknado 4.”
Bobby Flay visits his Bobby’s Burger Palace in The Shops at Crystals to do a little teaching, meet and greet with fans.
“Most songs are not true. They’re just to be entertaining,” says rapper Too Short, whose music includes “The Ghetto,” “Blow the Whistle,” “I’m a Player” and “Gettin’ It.”
President Trump is going to make pot-smoking, Obama-loving Bill Maher even richer by providing him and other comics with ready-made punch lines.
Satriani says the same tech revolution that changed what you do with your eyes and hands all day and night must also alter the current guitar radically at some point.
Instagram star Dan Bilzerian has a $1.2 million prop bet on the line: Can he ride a bicycle from L.A. to Las Vegas in 48 hours?
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