Here's a rare journalistic event, a feel-good story about a lawyer who saved someone's career from the seventh layer of hell.
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At 17, Tasha Reign was watching "The Girls Next Door," the show starring Playmates Holly Madison, Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt, and she turned to her parents and said, "That's what I want to do."
Canadian pop rapper Drake won the Internet last week by showing everyone his subdued dance moves in the music video for "Hotline Bling."
The New York Mets are on their way to the World Series with help from a pitcher who is apparently very happy to be out of Las Vegas.
This is an instructive Vegas story about the business acumen of free limo rides, $20 lap dances and celebrity red carpets.
Fortune Feimster describes herself as a gay woman who favors Democratic politicians, but if she were locked in a room with Donald Trump, is there anything he could say to tempt her vote?
Mia Mastroianni has been working with the Palms for months, revamping the hotel's center bar, called the Social bar.
Remember Haze nightclub, the one in the Aria hotel, the one that closed after a Haze patron left the club and, allegedly, drove after a fellow patron in anger, causing a car crash to explode a taxi and kill three people in 2013?'
UB40 just finished one-third of a world tour (South America, New Guinea, Dubai, South Africa), and political music was missing everywhere, says singer Terrence "Astro" Wilson.
If you are a tourist, and you brought your driver's license and medical marijuana card (or your California doctor's recommendation), then you are moments from a Vegas dispensary that will legally sell you your medicine.
Allman (who rocks the Palms' Pearl Friday night) says self-critical musicians worry they'll be inadequate, and that goes for him, too.
The World Gay Rodeo Finals run Thursday through Sunday at South Point, the event's first Vegas stand, after four years of doing up Fort Worth, Texas.
Bellagio pianist David Osborne played Carter's favorite songs on a 9-foot Steinway on Saturday at the Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown, Plains, Ga.
Last week, comic Dave Coulier was onstage at a college, telling a G-rated joke that included a Middle Eastern character, and the college kids began saying "Eww," which he interpreted as political correctness. Coulier, a silly comedian who doesn't curse onstage or do political jokes or hate humor, stopped the show for a moment.
Quite a few atheists prop up Santa Claus to their kids. That seems odd to some of us who haven't multiplied. Can Jim Jefferies explain this atheist-Santa thing to us?
The wizards who run the Las Vegas Strip forbid public clocks, the better to mystify spenders, thus sometimes we mark time by the passage of shows and stars.
Tom Wilson did such a good job portraying Biff the bully in "Back to the Future," strangers often bully him by saying "I hate you" to his face.
Jami Rodman makes it sound as if she were born for high-priced prostitution.
Las Vegas star Brad Garrett soon will appear in FX's show "Fargo" as a mob boss. During one day of filming, he was scripted to sprint through forest snow, but here's a fun fact: Brad Garrett sucks at running.
A humongous Mets fan is in town this weekend: George Thorogood. He and his band the Destroyers rock the Sunset Station Outdoor Amphitheater on Saturday.
This is the week when American tourists, who sometimes flinch at men wearing Speedos, pay to see close-to-naked men flexing rock-hard butts in little downtownies.
Kerry Simon is gone, he went Friday morning, as many of us discovered by scrolling photos people posted of themselves with Simon, on Facebook, where many called him a friend.
Roofie crimes are one of our city's great shames, as porn star Jesse Jane just found out firsthand, after being drugged to the point of passing out on the Strip around 1 p.m. Tuesday.
What would you buy if you fell into a ton of money? That's an American Dream fantasy question, of course, and for "Pawn Stars'" Rick Harrison, fame money helped procure 30 cars and motorcycles.
I am here to remind you of Lenny Kravitz's poke-y-man moment, since I have a good tie-in: During that incident, he was playing his cover of "American Woman."