Kevin Nealon’s offshoot projects have since included “Hiking With Kevin,” venturing through the canyons of Los Angeles with his comedy friends.
Brothers Michael and Bryan Voltaggio are debuting Retro by Voltaggio this spring at Mandalay Bay, where chef Charlie Palmer’s Aureole will close in the coming months.
The 25,000-square-foot space featuring 11 food and drink outlets, a mix of new-to-market and established local purveyors, will debut with the Station Casinos property this fall.
The Scotts are brothers and a performance team. They also debate: “As far as arguing, it’s second nature to us. We do it all the time.”
Bradley Ogden, whose eponymous restaurant in Caesars Palace was a mainstay of early 2000s Las Vegas, is the new culinary director of the French bistro in Desert Shores.
Zenaida’s Cafe is a story as old as the restaurant business itself: A chef and family open a modest storefront, aiming to offer good food, service and value in a congenial atmosphere.
Hip-hop legend Flavor Flav says the 50th-anniversary of hip-hop at the Grammys was one of the greatest times of his life.
AMC Theaters has unveiled a new pricing scheme in which seat location determines how much your movie ticket costs.
Another long-running entertainment legend has announced a new residency in Las Vegas.
After two years of being virtual, the festival’s 19th installment will take place in person.