Under an image of George Michael, Elton John performed “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me” at the Colosseum at Caesars on Wednesday, and is expected to continue the tribute this weekend.
Louie Anderson was between gigs when he got a call from Louis C.K. offering him a role in an upcoming sitcom. Anderson accepted, then learned the details.
In a three-day span, the Vitales took in Reba and Brooks & Dunn at the Colosseum; Jennifer Lopez at Axis theater at Planet Hollywood; and Sunday’s Dunham show.
Hotel President Andrew Fonfa says Lucky Dragon is ahead of the trend of Asian residents and tourists decending on Las Vegas.
Upon the death of Fidel Castro, UNLV history professor Michael Green notes the Cuban dictator’s unintentional, incidental contribution to Las Vegas’ economy over the years.
Florence Henderson performed at several famed Strip resorts, saying her favorite was Circus Maximus at Caesars Palace.
A political dispute has stripped next year’s Burlesque Hall of Fame festival of its greatest living legend.
The Opportunity Village Magical Forest turns 25 this year. The wondrous holiday attraction features the Holiday Express party train and hundreds of decorated trees and rides.
Rock in Rio was presented imiginatively and the acts were among the biggest and best in the business. But the festival lost millions, and MGM Resorts officials are not expecting a return.
The Thomas & Mack is a great fight venue, and this card reminds of the effective partnership of the venue and Wynn Las Vegas, co-promoting the evening’s fistic activity.