Matt Goss says, “I do believe there needs to be a certain level of respect for artists. This town will not survive on restaurants alone.”
The family of a Florida man who disappeared in 1997 and who appeared on the hit TV series “Tiger King,” has hired a lawyer and is offering $100,000 in exchange for information to help solve the case.
Aerialist Alan Silva, sword swallower Brett Loudermilk, daredevil artist Johnathan Goodwin and mentalist Max Major are Vegas contestants still alive on “America’s Got Talent.”
Angela Stabile of Stabile productions says, “We need to be accounted for. This is the Entertainment Capital of the World, and we need him to make us a priority.”
John Fogerty’s canceled shows in November were billed as “final shows” in his residency. But don’t rule out a return.
A raid of a Las Vegas residence dubbed “Graffiti Mansion” is reportedly linked to the arrest of YouTube star Jake Paul and his friend Arman Izadi on Wednesday in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Dave Courvoisier says of his return to Las Vegas, “I found that I had a little gas left in the tank.”
Fremont Street Experience President and CEO Patrick Hughes says the show “is hilarious, local entertainers are scattered throughout the series, and it promotes the city.”
Piff the Magic Dragon says of his winning video: “I don’t work with fire. And I can tell you why, because it is very hot and very uncomfortable.”
The food is fine and Vegas folk doyen Gold Top Bob returned live music to The Sand Dollar.