It’s hard not to love a good burger. Be you a veggie, beef or poultry connoisseur, you’ll find something worth your adoration on the I Love Burgers menu.
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Public School 702 takes its name to heart in its school-themed project on the second floor of the dining arroyo at Downtown Summerlin. The decor includes blackboard and wall bleacher accents, world globes hanging from the ceiling and school paraphernalia galore. Cocktail napkins resemble lined school paper. The menu mimics a composition book. But that’s all to be expected from a place that promises “an education in the art of food and beer.”
They don’t call it Wimpy’s because the portions are small or the flavors are weak.
A is for Adios. Actress Sonia Manzano announced this week at the American Library Association’s conference that she would be leaving her role of Maria on “Sesame Street,” a part she has played for 44 years.
If you can’t find a fireworks show this Fourth of July weekend, you’re just not trying. It seems everyone is having one, from Boulder City and Pahrump to Caesars Palace and Mandalay Bay. And those are not the only festivities planned for Independence Day.
Bradley Cooper, Will Ferrell, Denis Leary, Jim Gaffigan and Caitlyn Jenner headline new series debuting this month.
It’s never a good sign when Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 cyborg has more charm and charisma than anyone else on the screen. Combined.
American ballerina Misty Copeland, a cultural phenomenon outside the dance world, has been promoted to the highest rank of the American Ballet Theatre, becoming the first African-American female principal dancer in the company’s 75-year history.
Thirty-five years ago Thursday, “Airplane!” premiered in theaters. It wasn’t the first manic, boisterous comedy, nor was it the first film to parody disaster movies. (Remember “The Big Bus”? Of course you don’t, even though the bowling alley was a nice touch.)
Carter, who died of respiratory failure, was a steady headliner in Las Vegas from 1948, when he made his debut at the El Rancho Vegas, into the 1980s.
Conflict between a show producer and venue operator led to the abrupt end of a residency by a cappella quintet Mo5aic at Bally’s. The vocal quintet opened June 5 in the second-floor Windows Showroom leased from Caesars Entertainment.
Staging literary works in dance club is harder than it seems in mash-up of movies by director Luhrmann.