Murray SawChuck, aka Murray The Magician, began preparing for the rigors of performing on the Strip at an early age.
In this week’s Vegas Voices, the 43-year-old North Carolina native talks about the offbeat show at Planet Hollywood Resort, childhood Halloweens and his costume closet.
Mike Jones’ sound has become an integral part of the Penn & Teller show and finances his love of authentic jazz.
Frederic Apcar Jr.’s latest show is the Reggae in the Desert festival, set for Saturday at the Clark County Amphitheater. He talks with us in this week’s Vegas Voices Q&A.
Harry Basil, who manages the Tropicana’s Laugh Factory, was part of the opening lineup of the Comedy Store at the Dunes in 1984.
Before he was chief operating officer for the company that produces “Legends in Concert,” Brian Brigner lived and breathed race cars.
The opening night of “Sexxy” was a reminder that Jennifer Romas knows just about everyone involved in Las Vegas entertainment. Whatever happens next, wherever she goes, she will be, well, noticed.