It’s the night of Criss Angel’s finale at Luxor, and I ask if he’s been counting the days until he leaves the property.
Wanda Widdles called forth a parade led by Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper, followed by a pair of bedraggled Spider-Men, showgirls, Mickey Mouse (or his understudy), Captain America, Deadpool and a pair of Playboy bunnies.
Salt-N-Pepa is co-hosting the daytime talk show (2 p.m. KLAS Channel 8) to promote “I Love the ’90s — The Vegas Show” at Paris Theater.
National and local country music performers take the stage at a new festival Saturday.
Think of it as plunging into an ocean of song with bricks in your pockets.
This is a homecoming for Murray Sawchuck, late of Planet Hollywood, who headlined Laugh Factory from April 2012 through October 2014.
What began as an attempt to pen the unofficial 11th season of “Friends” morphed into the theatrical equivalent of Rachel’s Thanksgiving trifle
It’s clear that Britney Spears is set up to go toe-to-toe (or, heel-to-heel) with other superstar residencies at The Park Theater, and elsewhere, in ‘19.
Steve Reineke, hired by the N.Y. Pops after an exhaustive two-year search, learned of Frankie Moreno through violin great Joshua Bell (who was seated a half-dozen seats to my right at Friday’s show).
“We’re so psyched to come to Vegas,” says Andy Cohen, who, along with his longtime friend Anderson Cooper, will bring “AC2: Deep Talk and Shallow Tales” to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Friday. “We can’t believe we’re playing that stage.”