With the last hours of 2014 counting down, we ask the question: Who or what will have the biggest impact on Las Vegas in 2015?
Scarlett, a runaway dog that went missing in June during a shooting, made it home for Christmas. A flock of angels had been looking out for her at the Las Vegas Country Club.
With inaugural weekend just 16 months away for MGM Resorts/AEG’s arena on the Strip, it won’t be long before a deal is sealed for opening night.
Producer, director and choreographer Jeff Kutash was back on the former Desert Inn site last week, experiencing a full-circle moment. He was watching a preview of “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers,” which opens Saturday in the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas.
Bill Cosby’s wife rebutted sex assault allegations against her husband of a half-century on Monday, saying the man being accused by at least 15 women of drugging and having sex with them is “a man I do not know.”
The Las Vegas countdown to Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday got uncorked this weekend with a burst of nostalgia. Friday would have been Sinatra’s 99th birthday.
Long before going over to the dark side, leaving sportswriting for the celebrity realm, I found myself on the sidelines with the most famous high school football coach in the country.
Wayne Newton’s introduction to the wild side of Las Vegas didn’t take long.
The 800-pound gorilla in the ever-changing Las Vegas entertainment landscape has everyone’s attention.
As one of the original Copa Girls, Charlotte Nort had a front and center view when the who’s who showed up to see why Las Vegas was the place to be.