The Neon Museum’s first artist-in-residence project, presented in partnership with UNLV’s Barrick Museum, “citizen speak” gives parents and kids a chance to share in the creativity this weekend, thanks to artist David Sanchez Burr.
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Even if the parts are better than the whole, Broadway-level craftsmanship shines through in “Duck Commander Musical,” the new show at the Rio based on the “Duck Dynasty” family. It lives up to its pledge not to make fun of its subjects, but it’s open season on how and why the Robertsons are famous.
More than 40 years after making its theatrical debut, Mel Brooks’ comical film “Young Frankenstein” returns to the stage with a musical twist at Shadow Ridge High School.
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga made their Las Vegas return this weekend at The Axis theater at Planet Hollywood.
High-wire walker Nik Wallenda said on Monday he will attempt to walk atop a spinning observation wheel in Orlando, Florida, a stunt made particularly difficult because the wheel will be moving, he said.
A 52-year-old Vancouver-area photographer was arrested for last week’s hit-and-run of actor Ryan Reynolds, who was not seriously injured in the incident, local police said on Monday.
Distefano booked Playboy Clubs before moving to Las Vegas to oversee Riviera entertainment in 1980s.
Holy Elvis-mobile. Would you look at this 1971 Stutz Blackhawk that Elvis used to own, and that you can see in Las Vegas before it goes on the auction block for at least $400,000-$600,000?
A key witness in the hit-and-run murder case against Marion “Suge” Knight told a Los Angeles judge on Monday he was reluctant to “snitch” against the one-time rap music mogul, declining even to positively identify him in open court.
In a night of vagina jokes, naughty humor and a crotch-grab at the irreverent MTV Movie Awards, teen cancer romance “The Fault In Our Stars” walked away the big winner while “Iron Man” Robert Downey Jr. delivered wise words for the youth-orientated show.
Comedian Eddie Murphy, famed for his roles in films like “Beverly Hills Cop” and “Trading Places,” will receive the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor this year, bestowed by the Kennedy Center.
The editors and reporter responsible for the scandal at Rolling Stone may have kept their jobs, but they can’t escape the wrath of Jon Stewart.