The Lifetime TV network has dropped a reality show about a Texas mortuary after eight decaying bodies were found and the co-owners face criminal charges.
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Forgot about Comic-Con this year? Couldn’t afford it? Could afford it but couldn’t afford the hotel? We’ve got you covered.
From “Face 2 Face,” the latest artists-in-residence project at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ P3Studio, to an open-mic Broadway benefit, the valley is chock-full of arts events this weekend.
He’s followed his older brother in order of birth and tour routing alike. Two weeks after his sibling Chris played Brooklyn Bowl, Rich Robinson comes to the same venue.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival, featuring Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Usher, Nicki Minaj and many others, returns to the MGM Grand Garden arena Sept. 19-20. Tickets are $160.50 and $528 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
You are neither as high nor as rich as Juicy J. You will be reminded of as much on a per-song basis on J’s latest record, “Stay Trippy” — or the two that preceded it.
Boston and Cheap Trick should blend as well in a concert bill as “Don’t Look Back” and “Dream Police” do on a classic-rock station.
Wish you could see what you looked like going crazy at a Styx or Foreigner concert when you were 17?
“Punk Will Never Die,” at least according to the title track of the latest record from Mexico-based punk rockers Los Seis Pistos, who will do their part to keep the music alive and kicking at 10 p.m. Friday at the Double Down Saloon,
Following in the footsteps of Zappos, hipsters and those fat guys in diapers who pose for photos with tourists, the Las Vegas Film Festival is heading downtown.
There are two ways you could claim Christina Grimmie is the very definition of a new-media pop star, one who could seemingly thumb her nose at record labels.
Jamal Norris gave thanks to the city of Henderson for his 15-year employment with a mural for the teen lounge at Whitney Ranch Recreation Center. “I was almost like the resident artist for the city,” Norris said of his history. “I did any artwork for any event. I created backdrops, built parade floats and painted murals. That was kind of my forte.”