The gift by the legendary singer-songwriter to the Friends of Nevada Wilderness was announced Tuesday and will assist the 34-year-old group’s work to preserve some of the state’s most pristine places.
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As they watch Richard McGee conduct the Nevada Pops Orchestra in selections from more than a half-century’s worth of music from “Star Trek,” fans of the classic science fiction series should understand something.
The Kats! Bureau is Piazza lounge at Tuscany Suites, where the fizzywater is cold and the entertainment scene is sizzling.
In response to the Las Vegas mass shooting, the second-in-command of Chicago police announced Monday that the department is bolstering security measures for the city’s upcoming Lollapalooza music festival.
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.
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.”
Disco lights flashed to the tune of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” from a DJ booth on the first floor of the Discovery Children’s Museum.
The organic meets the synthetic on “I’ll Be Your Girl,” the latest album from Portland, Oregon’s the Decemberists, who leaven their earthy indie folk with swirling keyboards on their New Wave-influenced eighth record.