A memorial service for longtime Review-Journal theater critic Anthony Del Valle will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15, at Las Vegas Little Theatre, 3920 Schiff Drive.
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Here you go — it’s a big, big, big club weekend in Las Vegas.
Here’s a couple more stable in their breakup than many are in marriage.
Jet Tila, who was opening executive chef at Wazuzu at Encore, opens Kuma Snow Cream on Friday at 3735 Spring Mountain Road. A variation of a Taiwanese dessert known as xue hua bing, snow ice or shaved show, snow cream is a sort of hybrid of ice cream and shaved ice and is made by freezing milk bases into blocks and then shaving them into ribbons. With a focus on Asian-influenced flavors such as green tea, taro and honeydew, it’s served with fruit, nuts and other toppings.
Everyone loves Snoop Dogg even if they didn’t love his rap, which may help explain why he copped a Rasta vibe and became “Reincarnated” now as Snoop Lion.
Psych pop duo MGMT dives into the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Aug. 26. Tickets are $35 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com and Ticketmaster outlets.
So you made your first $281 million. Now what do you do for an encore?
Last time he played Punk Rock Bowling, he was almost done in by a beef patty.
Tattoo artist Mario Barth plans to open a new tattoo shop at The Mirage this month.
Their sound is as timeworn as their livers.