Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announced Friday that his partnership in Virgin Hotels had snapped up the Hard Rock Hotel.
Harry M. Howie has his satisfied his “Roller” fixation.
It’s time to dust off the mirrored ball. The Stirling Club has been purchased, and the buyers who just paid $12 million for the place are ready to party.
The property on which the residence sits dates to 1964, but the house itself was built in 1982 and Jerry and Sam Lewis moved in in March 1983.
Gabriel Iglesias, who performs Thursday through Saturday at The Mirage, was an opening act for a comedy legend, George Carlin, near the end of Carlin’s career. Of course, Carlin was well-known for his political and topical humor.
Austin “Chumlee” Russell is not a college-basketball handicapper. He’s better versed in the Fantastic Four than the Final Four. But Chumlee stands to win $5,000 in an NCAA Tournament bracket challenge.
The theater is state of the art. The movie is vintage Oscar Goodman.
On Friday, I remembered Marty Allen, along with hundreds more of his friends at a celebration of life at Rampart Casino’s Marquis Ballroom. Those who spoke knew the comic performer well, beginning with the afternoon’s emcee, his widow, Karon Kate Blackwell.
The opening of “The Voice — Neon Dreams” at Hard Rock Hotel has been moved back to Sept. 17. The September date is in line with the debut of the TV show’s 15th season.
Nearly three years after it was originally announced, the new Burlesque Hall of Fame exhibit is being unveiled at April 17 at its new, permanent location at 1027 S. Main Street No. 110.