Richard Bell stopped in unannounced at the D Las Vegas on Saturday night. At 7-feet-8 inches, Bell didn’t go unnoticed for long.
Hotel President Andrew Fonfa says Lucky Dragon is ahead of the trend of Asian residents and tourists decending on Las Vegas.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman met a crowd of neary 9,000 on Saturday morning for the 12th annucal Great Santa Run, joined by chilly “Chippendales” dancers and her warmed-by-martini husband.
Embracing vintage shtick and enduring stage skills, the Scintas drew 700 fans to the Plaza Showroom this weekend. Their success is no fluke.
Monday morning, Gov. Brian Sandoval signed off on a stadium that could one day be home to the Raiders and a $1.4-billion expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center. A couple of hours later, he walked onstage at the Thomas & Mack Center to check out the set of Wednesday’s third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
The new Miss Teen USA on Tuesday called her use of racist language on social media a “careless mistake,” saying she was influenced by friends.
For 17 years, Las Vegas Review-Journal readers flipped to Norm Clarke’s column — on Page 3A — to get the skinny on the city. But Thursday’s column will be Clarke’s last.
I submitted my resignation to the Las Vegas Review-Journal this week, after a 17-year run as man-about-town/gossip columnist.
PBS stations in Las Vegas and Reno have pulled the plug on “Ralston Live,” a Nevada interview program hosted by political pundit Jon Ralston.
Birthday wishes for Tony Bennett played out on Strip marquees as the music legend was honored with a champagne toast at the Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York on Thursday night.