Butch Bradley has been in Vegas for three years, but he feels like a native.
“Absinthe” brought a new act, and Australian Bee Gees brought the disco in their Strip revivals.
Those clamouring for a Celine Dion’s return to the Las Vegas Strip were given a timeline, kinda, from Celine herself Wednesday.
Pete “Big Elvis” Vallee of Harrah’s says, “We’re trying different things to see what works, and right now we’re back and singing ambience.”
Piff The Magic Dragon is the first faux-reptile to return to the Las Vegas Strip. But ahead of Piff’s re-opening, the female revue “X Country” is back at Harrah’s Cabaret.
Chuck Bowling has real-time experience in crisis management, having been in place at Mandalay Bay in the arduous recovery from the Oct. 1 shootings.
For 25 years, Megan Belk’s family has touched the Las Vegas entertainment community in myriad ways.
Earl Turner recalibrated his career with an offer to headline at the Colorado Belle, which he accepted by asking, “Where?”
Penn Jillette says, “These are tricks you can do at your home to amuse, or annoy, your friends and family.”
Frankie Moreno says of The Amp in North Las Vegas, “I had never seen this place until a couple of weeks ago and I was totally blown away.”