Michael Jackson tribute artists Jalles Franca and Santana Jackson are not masked per pandemic directives, but they’ll wear the glove.
David Copperfield owns the largest collection of Houdini artifacts in the world. He’s being honored with his hero in December.
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.
Las Vegas singers, songwriters and musicians are set to perform an online all-star benefit telethon starting Friday.
John Di Domenico, as Donald Trump, shouted through the debate, fending off attacks from his Biden rival about having contracted the coronavirus.
The Laugh Factory at the Tropicana has been redesigned for social distancing and the 25-foot entertainment “moat.”
“After so much stress and worry, it’s time to bring back some laughter and positivity to the world,” says Sam Wills, who portrays mime and prop comic Tape Face.
Piff The Magic Dragon has worked his magic away from the live stage, winning “Tournament of Laughs” and mastering comedy magic online.
Impress your friends by knowing the first album ever sold at Virgin Records was “Electronic Meditation” by Tangerine Dream, sold by Richard Branson.
Lorena Peril’s first full-time job was at a nursing facility in San Francisco. She returned this week.