With 9,000 desserts in the works, Amy Byro-Burhen, executive pastry chef for Caesars Palace, didn’t need a crisis.
Even a comic legend like Jerry Seinfeld can’t get around Secret Service protocol. After the security detail wouldn’t let Seinfeld leave the White House grounds with President Barack Obama in his car, the two drove around the White House in a 1963 Corvette Stingray, drank coffee and talked politics in the latest episode of the web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”
New Year’s party venues — and price points — have dramatically changed since Hollywood restaurateur Victor Drai arrived 20 years ago.
He may just be a parent with two kids trying to go on vacation, but rules are rules. Even if you’re Russell Crowe.
What are we supposed to do about nostalgia? Today’s media is an online turbine constantly spinning out new content, new social media, new video clips. Is there room for remembrance?
Robert Downey Jr. has been pardoned by California Gov. Jerry Brown for a 1996 drug conviction that the “Avengers” star served jail time for.
“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill skipped a recent promotional appearance for “The Force Awakens” to visit sick kids at a British hospital.
Two views of the purchase of the Las Vegas Review-Journal by billionaire Sheldon Adelson:
Larry Ruvo couldn’t be happier with his choice for the 20th anniversary for his “Keep Memory Alive” gala next year.
Ffolliott “Fluff” LeCoque, who rose from a Montana miner’s daughter to manage the city’s most glamorous production shows “Hallelujah Hollywood” and “Jubilee!”, died Thursday.