A crowd of 330,000 visitors filled the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street downtown to celebrate the dawn of 2018. The massive outdoor parties unfolded in the shadow of the Oct. 1 mass shooting that left 58 people dead.
A reminder for those heading out to New Year’s Eve parties tonight: The Strip and the roads leading to have closed.
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry inadvertently dropped plans for the band to headline in Las Vegas in the fall of ‘18.
Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has cleared the $1 billion milestone in worldwide grosses in less than three weeks.
Rock ‘n’ roll founding father Chuck Berry and Fats Domino, rockers Tom Petty and Gregg Allman, grunge icon Chris Cornell, country superstar Glen Campbell and jazz great Al Jarreau were among the notable figures who died in 2017, leaving a void in virtually every genre of music
Hundreds filled the West Las Vegas Library theater and lined the walls Saturday afternoon to celebrate Kwanzaa, a weeklong holiday honoring African heritage and values.
It’s nearly go-time for Las Vegas’ biggest party, welcoming 330,000 out-of-town revelers to celebrate the arrival of the new year on the Las Vegas Strip and downtown.
It took a frightfully long time, but Zak Bagans, host of “Ghost Adventures” on Travel Channel, opened his Haunted Museum in October.
The Clark High grad hosted the Oscars, then jumped into the national spotlight with his impassioned pleas for health care for those with pre-existing medical conditions after his son, Billy, was born with a heart ailment.
Whether you’re a tourist or a local, whether you gravitate to Strip showrooms or The Smith Center, you know Las Vegas’ arts and entertainment scene experienced an eventful 2017.