Movie stars don’t open movies anymore? Tell that to Denzel Washington and Tom Hanks.
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Backstreet Boys and other surprise guests help everyone from Sting to Britney celebrate radio in all its genres.
U2 makes it rain Trump dollars, Drake brings the fireworks and the sexy, and Miley Cyrus shows off a Billy Idol Halloween costume at the genre-bridging concert.
Our nightlife picks this week include RL Grime at Encore Beach Club at Night.
There has been a lot of talk about it over the past year but it looks like it’s finally happening. The Backstreet Boys are coming to Las Vegas for a residency at Planet Hollywood.
A Criss Angel road trip is a lot like any other road trip, only with a little levitation and teleportation thrown into the mix.
Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include Jerry Lewis’ return to the big screen in “Max Rose” and the new season of “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Our music picks this week include The Soul Rebels with Talib Kweli at Brooklyn Bowl and Disturbed at The Joint.
Our arts picks this week include the Ethiopian group Fendika performing at the Winchester Cultural Center.
This week’s lineup for budget-minded music fans includes Dive Bar’s alternative to Life is Beautiful, and the Dirty Hooks at the Bunkhouse.
Subtitled “From Degas to Picasso,” the show — organized in partnership with Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts — spotlights 47 paintings, photographs and prints that explore growing urbanization in 19th- and 20th-century Europe and the U.S.
The Andrew Dice Clay comeback continues. Showtime announced Thursday that it has ordered a seven-episode second season of the Vegas-based comedy “Dice.”