Oct. 1 is at once a blur and an unforgettable tragedy for Krystal Goddard, a popular country artist across the city’s entertainment scene.
Wayne Newton is bolstering his home security system and adding armed guards after a pair of burglers broke into his Las Vegas estate late Thursday night.
David Copperfield, the superstar magician who routinely sells out his eponymous theater at MGM Grand, this week was accused of sexually assaulting a teen model 30 years ago.
Clark County Commissioner and Nevada gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak, an increasingly active and ubiquitous elected official, was honored Thursday night at the 26th annual Camelot gala at Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest on West Oakey Boulevard.
John Rich of Big & Rich says, “I will tell you, I’m sure there will be another Route 91 and I hope they invite us to play in it.”
The Strip’s newest arena and one of its lavishly appointed theaters will reportedly be the site where Las Vegas entertainers will coalesce to show strength and support following Oct. 1’s mass shooting on the Strip.
Country music star Eric Church, who headlined the first night of Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Friday, has dedicated the new song “Why Not Me” to victims of Sunday’s shootings at the Village on the Strip.
The fan who jumped onstage and performed a front flip at Britney Spears’ show at Planet Hollywood on Wednesday never saw the end of the performance.