The Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder fight, a reggae festival and a showing of “Cats” highlight things to do around the Las Vegas Valley this week.
Dennis Rodman spent two days during the 1998 NBA Finals in Las Vegas. Predictably, it was a party.
Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan are all eager to join Celine Dion at The Theatre at Resorts World.
Sadly, and inconveniently, T-Mobile Arena is closed for sellout crowds as it turns 5 today.
One of the spectators Sunday was the lord of Allegiant Stadium, Raiders owner Mark Davis.
As Michelob Ultra Arena, branded bars and lounges will be featured around the former Mandalay Bay Events Center.
Oscar Goodman seems to be leaning to Tom Brady, but talk to him next week.
The Discovery Children’s Museum’s first virtual “non gala” will be hosted by Clint Holmes and feature performances by Jewel, Mat Franco and Matt Goss.
The Killers are advancing the tradition of rock bands performing on rooftops for the Las Vegas Raiders’ home opener Monday night.
Former wideout Brandon Marshall remembers, “I’m literally in the Wynn hotel, and I call Jay. I’m like, ‘Jay, I’m in some trouble. I need $60,000.’ ”