In a dispute dating back 15 years, Pinball Hall of Fame operator Tim Arnold still says Sir Elton still owes him $500.
Criss Angel said today the Dec. 19 date is a “soft” opening during the traditionally slow holiday season. He’ll likely celebrate his grand opening in January, though that date is not finalized.
The Kats! Bureau is Piazza lounge at Tuscany Suites, where the fizzywater is cold and the entertainment scene is sizzling.
“We are just trying to have some fun with Bill (Clinton),” says Gennifer Flowers, who reportedly embarked on an affair with the then-governor of Arkansas in the 1970s. “This is a music and comedy show. It is not mean-spirited.”
Philip Fortenberry is exclusively headlining performing-arts centers in his first tour of mainland China. “Las Vegas Pianist” is the shorthand description used in the tour’s marketing campaign.
In today’s Entertainment Capital of the World, shows that can’t pay for themselves are swept from the stage, no matter how artistically superior.
“Obviously, this piece is a little more charged,” Zak Bagans says of his new Charles Manson painting. “It’s a little more creepy than most of the other objects.”
Through the miracle of cinematography, Carrie Fisher offers one final performance as Princess Leia.
The phones locked, the crowd at The Park Theater grooved with Bruno Mars in a classic and thunderous performance.
“Elvis has not left the building,” Mark Mercer, “Legends in Concert’s” marketing director, promises. “We’ll be excited to have him back in the fall. We’re just having fun with this particular lineup.”