Lynette Chappell said of Siegfried and Roy, “Like comets, they blaze across the star-scattered sky.”
Siegfried Fischbacher was born a star, but not too big to make coins appear at the Secret Garden.
Barry Manilow’s run at Westgate’s International Theater resumes June 10.
Charles M. Heers, a pioneering contractor who built the first tract homes in Las Vegas, died Saturday afternoon in Newport Beach, California. He was 94.
Cole Duffy was born at 12:01 a.m. Jan. 1, 2000, a little more than a week early.
Phyllis McGuire, who rose to popular music stardom as a member of The McGuire Sisters, has died.
Elvis’ and Ann-Margret’s feverish “C’mon Everybody” was filmed at what is now the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.
CBS is broadcasting New Year’s Eve from Las Vegas across its western markets.
Piff The Magic Dragon and Tape Face remain active Strip headliners in COVID.
Ross Mollison says, “These kids have got nothing, and unemployment runs out in Nevada in two weeks.”