Because I’m a writer, I care about writers. So I’ll be checking out the 13th annual Las Vegas Writers’ Conference, which runs today through Saturday at Sam’s Town, presented by the nonprofit Henderson Writers Group.
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If you’re a diehard foodie with $225 to burn, and you don’t go to the Uncork’d Grand Tasting on Friday at Caesars Palace, you’re out of your foodie mind, because Uncork’d is the Super Bowl of chefs.
James Marsters, who played Spike on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel,” has still got it. Recently, I saw an online photo of a woman at a fan expo holding her underwear which read, “Marsters can Spike Nicole.”
He was in “Breaking Bad.” He has several movies coming out. He models. He’s a motivational speaker. And on Saturday, he will DJ on the rooftop of Chateau nightclub.
We always think of Elvis’ “Viva Las Vegas” as our city’s theme song, but two prominent performers say Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” are their informal chart-toppers on the Strip, lately.
What Y2K-esque name should we give to the upcoming Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight?
On this week’s “Doug Elfman Show,” third-generation Hollywood publicist Todd Margoluis describes the sensation of seeing Sharon Stone in a towel, having Jack Nicholson huff at him, and other not-safe-for-work stories.
Fans of Lykke Li were very disappointed Tuesday night when they arrived at The Cosmoplitan’s Boulevard pool, and the stupid wind was so insane, the show was canceled.
Wine and Champagne lovers get a treat this week. UNLVino starts today when acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud receives a “Champagne award” during Bubble-Licious.
Holy Elvis-mobile. Would you look at this 1971 Stutz Blackhawk that Elvis used to own, and that you can see in Las Vegas before it goes on the auction block for at least $400,000-$600,000?
The revelation will be detailed in the inaugural issue of the medical marijuana magazine, Elevate Nevada.
I guess people aren’t paying enough attention to Drai’s dayclub and nightclub, because they are ratcheting up their “Look at me, look at me” promotions.
I knew Sammy Hagar was calling me Monday, so I kept saying to myself, “Don’t ask him how terrible the new Van Halen album is.” But then, Hagar brought up how terrible it is.
Arnold Schwarzenegger won Mr. Olympia titles partly by messing with rivals’ confidence by telling them they were fat. But Jay Cutler let his body do the talking.
Hookers love Harry Reid for getting them health care, and for fighting for their “pan-sexual desires,” so they’re offering to host his retirement party.
Gabriel Iglesias’ best Vegas story involves the annual porn convention/awards show, but the clean comedian won’t divulge details.
Did you know that Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, is coming to Vegas this weekend to help screen a movie? Because I didn’t until just now.
He’s known as “Suvivorman,” the guy on the Discovery Channel who outruns jaguars and eats ants in the wild, and now he’s hoping to begin a Las Vegas residency — a “Survivorman’s Mother Earth” stage show of music, visuals and storytelling.
We are all impressed by your YouTube video of a cat in the box, but today, YouTube is more interested in hyping a different Las Vegas YouTube artist named Shamir.
Thirty years ago, Prince and the Revolution obliterated Eddie Murphy and Charlie Murphy in a game of basketball, and Prince even wore his flowy Prince clothes while beating the Murphys in shorts.
Obamacare helped to save the life of Richard Cheese, who had MRSA, methicillin-resistant staphylococcus, and a terrible cornea.
Our beloved America just isn’t juvenile enough, so this summer, comic/actor Tom Papa will begin hosting a primetime game show that slimes adults the way Nickelodeon slimes kids.
Whenever I talk to Bill Maher, we’ll be talking about Obama, or weed, or Woody Harrelson, and then he’ll slip in a side joke that pokes fun at magicians. Why does he hate them so?
As Breuer prepares to perform Saturday at the South Point hotel — here’s his gut-wrenching follow-up: Six weeks after his father died, his sister died. There’s more.
I think Whitney Cummings has become an important American figure. Look, I’m not saying she’s Rosa Parks. But she’s got a strong female voice, she vibrantly tells the truths of her life, and she doesn’t back down despite backlash from, usually, men.