For those of you in the middle of a “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” binge, your time was up at midnight.
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CW fans, this month of Netflix is for you.
Computer security company McAfee says talk show host Jimmy Kimmel is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online.
Officials say Haze Nightclub at the Aria will be closing at the end of October to make way for another business.
Paul Bartolotta was calling from Florence, Italy, in response to an interview request. And although he was far from his restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas, the executive chef of Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare was working.
After two years of searching, the Las Vegas Philharmonic season got off to a strong start Saturday with its new music director Donato Cabrera at the helm.
“How did you get to be here?” is the question that “Merrily We Roll Along” explores as it follows the life of everyman Frank Shepard backward from the despair of his empty success to a time when his heart was still full of youthful hope.
“The Equalizer,” a thriller starring Denzel Washington as a man who helps rescue a teen girl under the control of Russian gangsters, debuted in the top spot on U.S. and Canadian movie charts over the weekend with $35 million in ticket sales.
Aretha Franklin is showing some R-E-S-P-E-C-T to her fellow divas: The Queen of Soul will release an album Oct. 21 covering classic songs from other female singers.
Pianist Kenny and his parents have moved to Las Vegas. The younger Davidsen appears on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting at 8 p.m. at Don’t Tell Mama piano bar in downtown Las Vegas. He also headlines on Friday nights at the Tuscany, appearing with guest singers. Kenny is also pianist/musical director for several performers and bands.
Lorde, what a year she has had. Even if we just stick to Las Vegas. Seriously, four trips?
Metallica, Taylor Swift and No Doubt are among the first acts booked for the mammoth new Rock in Rio music festival, which makes its American debut here on consecutive weekends, May 8-9 and 15-16, at a sprawling 40-acre site at Sahara Avenue and the Strip.