“The Voice — Neon Dreams,” conceived as a spirited adaptation of the NBC contest show, will not perform on the Strip or anywhere else in Las Vegas. We can confidently report that plans for the show are not moving forward.
Michael Franzese does speak from experience about how crime bosses meet their doom. Bulger, an former Boston crime boss and a so-called “rat” who became an FBI informant, was found dead in Tuesday just hours after he was transferred to a federal prison.
The historic Hartland Mansion has sold, closing on Sept. 10, after a lengthy and arduous selling period, according to now-former owner Garry Hart.
It’s the night of Criss Angel’s finale at Luxor, and I ask if he’s been counting the days until he leaves the property.
George Clooney and Rande Gerber donned pilot costumes and, along with Gerber’s wife, Cindy Crawford (dressed as a ’70s-era flight attendant) effectively took flight in Las Vegas.
The collective capacity to groove it up is indicative of the great appeal of this new production starring — in its opening run — Salt-N-Pepa, All-4-One and Rob Base.
Wanda Widdles called forth a parade led by Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper, followed by a pair of bedraggled Spider-Men, showgirls, Mickey Mouse (or his understudy), Captain America, Deadpool and a pair of Playboy bunnies.
The popular piano bar is uprooting from its original spot on Fremont East for a new home at Neonopolis early next year.
“It’s only gonna be released on draught to start,” Ryan Reaves says. “But if people like it we’ll start thinking cans and bottles.”
Penn Teller are forever seeking distinctive subjects to appear on their hit CW series, “Fool Us.” Prince Charles might be a good candidate.