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.
The act of entering a local casino — put your right wrist up, pull your mask down, look at that camera, stand on that dot — is playing out like a game of the COVID hokeypokey.
The weekly series kicks off July 6 with a showing of “Captain Marvel” and is scheduled to run through Sept. 7.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen Bar, located in the Linq Hotel, has closed once again after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
Headliners’ names and faces may dominate marquees along the Strip, but it’s the countless others performing across Las Vegas stages and showrooms that truly make it the entertainment capital of the world.
The casting process starts Monday ahead of an anticipated mid-August shoot for “Get a Clue.”
Show co-producer Adam Steck of SPI Entertainment says Thunder is the first adult revue to perform in a closed theater.
From the first cheers on Fremont Street at 12:01 a.m. Thursday to the quiet hum of traffic at midnight Friday, Review-Journal photographers captured the reawakening of Las Vegas.
Wynn entertainment director Rick Gray informed members of the production Thursday morning that they would be furloughed.
Canada’s Investissement Quebec company has issued Cirque du Soleil a loan of up to $200 million and offered to buy the company outright.