Dennis Rodman jumped onstage at Delilah on Thanksgiving. It was not planned, but highly noticeable.
Cirque’s most lavish show, “Ka,” returns with a fourish to MGM Grand.
Billy Hinsche, a member of the ‘60s teen-idol act Dino, Desi and Billy, and who toured with the Beach Boys, died Saturday. He was 70.
Dave Hickey was known for barbed, haunting commentary and his prolific work as a writer.
Criss Angel’s daughter, Illusia Angelina, was born about a month early. But the magician says she’s ready to see a new show on the Strip.
Mick Jagger stopped at Neon Museum, Fremont Street Experience and a parking lot on Bonanza. Hardly anyone noticed.
J.T. The Brick and the woman who would be his wife, Julie, met at the Rolling Stones show at the Joint in 1998.
Johnny Mathis, headlining at Reynolds Hall on Saturday, says, “Music does amazing things to people.”
Criss Angel has been selling well, and performed at Allegiant Stadium recently, before braking for COVID.
Michael Bublé residency talk is bubbling up. A great idea, but not a done deal.