Former Monte Carlo headliner magician Lance Burton will be inducted into The UNLV Hall of Fame for entertainers March 7, and I’ve learned that his best friend and fellow Kentucky farm neighbor Harrah’s headliner magician Mac King will MC the induction ceremony.
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Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Sam Hunt will headline three-day country music extravaganza. Tickets go on sale March 3.
The fight to protect Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area from a 5,000-plus home development comes to a head at 9 a.m. Wednesday before the Clark County Commission.
The “Godfather of Fusion,” Jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, has died in New York City. He was 73.
Richard Schickel, the longtime film critic for Time who also wrote 37 books, mostly on film, and directed a number of documentaries on film subjects, died on Saturday in Los Angeles of complications from a series of strokes. He was 84.
Erik Kabik’s photographic credits include celebrity red carpets, restaurants and advertising, and he’s worked for magazines, concert venues and as a photo agent. But his passion has always been music.
The outdoor area of the downtown music venue will house a gallery-style display on the theme “roses” while the band Hawthorne Heights performs inside. ISI Group, a local collective that coordinates art installations and events throughout the city, is hosting the art show.
Tickets are on sale Monday for Lady Gaga’s second “Joanne World Tour” stop at T-Mobile Arena on Dec. 16 as her worldwide tour ends.
While the NFL saga of the proposed Oakland Raiders move to Las Vegas and construction of the team’s new arena continues, Major Series of Putting has its plans and financing in place for the fall opening of its 18-hole arena golf course behind Planet Hollywood. What is MSOP, you ask?
The multifaceted rockers go over big with a largely younger crowd at Saturday night show.
“The Lego Batman Movie” is dominating the North American box office with an estimated $44 million this President’s Day weekend — nearly matching the combined haul of “Fifty Shades Darker” and “The Great Wall.”
Tymara Walker stepped to the mic and asked her audience to stand, and belted out the first notes of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Soon the air was thick with the voices of the full audience, who swayed and sang along Saturday, marking the start of the Black History Month Festival at Springs Preserve.