“They said I could only sing four songs!” Wayne Newton called to the crowd of about 550 VIPs. “But is it OK if I sing one more?”
Among Shin Lim’s magic inspirations are David Copperfield and Lance Burton. Not just for their illusionist skills, either, but for their ZIP codes.
Guns N’ Roses conclude the latest leg of their “Not in This Lifetime Tour” with a pair of shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
“Jesus Christ Superstar” launches its 50th anniversary tour and the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival returns to the Clark County Library in this week’s arts and leisure roundup.
The Righteous Brothers still sell out on the road, but Vegas is their home at least through 2020.
For Southern Nevadans, a red-letter day arrives Saturday when the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival — a free event — runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clark County Library.
“Some of the humor can get a bit black,” John Cleese says. “In some big cities, that goes over very well. But in some cities, people are a bit startled by it.”
At the suggestion Carlos Santana might perform a Moonwalk, his wife, Cindy, said, “Look out!”
Sebastian Maniscalco portrays “Crazy” Joe Gallo, opposite Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, in Scorsese’s latest mob drama.
It was Lady Gaga’s fourth trip to Brian Newman’s spirited late-night hang at NoMad Restaurant, rolling in at about 12:30 after her performance in “Jazz + Piano” at Park Theater.