Vegas historian Brian “Paco” Alvarez led Tony Hsieh on a First Friday tour, recalling, “He didn’t buy the art. He bought an art event.”
“Extravaganza — The Las Vegas Spectacular” has avoided closing a second time during COVID.
The home where Tony Hsieh suffered life-ending injuries is owned by Rachael Brown, a longtime Zappos employee and well-known Vegas cellist.
Tony Hsieh’s downtown Las Vegas venture straddled the two Goodman mayoral administrations.
Tony Hsieh’s fellow downtown Las Vegas visionary Derek Stevens and his wife, Nicole, are taking lead on a Viva Vision tribute.
As Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered a cutback of public gatherings, the long-running Elvis tribute artist has gone dark once more at Harrah’s.
Andrew Dice Clay returns to the Vegas stage at Laugh Factory at the Tropicana.
Cirque’s CEO Daniel Lamarre says the company will be back on the Strip a year from now.
Circa co-owner Derek Stevens wants to “get the party started early” with a Dec. 26 room deal.
Piff The Magic Dragon loves to perform. He is less fond of losing money.