“Did Caesar live here?” Those four words, uttered by Zach Galifianakis’ Alan upon arriving at Caesars Palace in 2009’s “The Hangover,” have helped redefine the hotel.
Anthony Del Valle, the Review-Journal’s theater critic since September 2003, died early Tuesday at Odyssey Hospice in Las Vegas following a three-month illness. He was 60.
A look at some of the DVDs, CDs and books hitting stores this week:
Ray Manzarek, the keyboardist who was a founding member of The Doors, has died. He was 74. Publicist Heidi Robinson-Fitzgerald says in a news release that Manzarek died Monday at the RoMed Clinic in Rosenheim, Germany, surrounded by his family. He had been stricken by bile duct cancer.
Beneath a constellation of disco balls, a galaxy of glitz, pop music’s future mined its past.
Another day, another domination for Taylor Swift: She was the red hot winner at the Billboard Music Awards. Swift won eight of 11 awards, including top artist and top Billboard 200 album for “Red.”
Television schedules seem more like sketches these days. Even the networks admit their prime-time plans for September will be different by January, even more so a few months later.
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” has warped its way to a $70.6 million domestic launch from Friday to Sunday, though it’s not setting any light-speed records with a debut that’s lower than the studio’s expectations.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is putting on a show at the White House Wednesday for singer-songwriter Carole King.
For an all too brief time, the Moulin Rouge was an integrated oasis in a segregated Las Vegas. As much an ideal as a hotel, Las Vegas’ first interracial resort was so novel that it made the cover of Life magazine, granting it the imprimatur of mainstream pop culture cool.
What made Milwaukee famous? Beer, namely. It’s fitting then, that rousing Austin indie rockers What Made Milwaukee Famous are hitting town for Nickel Beer Night at 9 p.m. Tuesday at Beauty Bar, 517 Fremont St. Tickets are $10; call 702-598-3757.
NEW YORK — Half-moon hoops, double rims, chain-linked fences for out-of-bounds lines and no net that anyone can recall.