New Year’s Eve at Caesars Palace was electrifying (with Calvin Harris) and also a dance party (with Backstreet Boys).
Lady Gaga rationed her stage time and exuded star quality in a high-priced show at Encore Theater.
The rest of 2016 may have been a raging dumpster fire, but there was at least one category in which the year was better than its predecessor: local ties to movies. Meanwhile, on TV, Paula Francis ends a long career as news anchor for KLAS-TV, Channel 8.
Under an image of George Michael, Elton John performed “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me” at the Colosseum at Caesars on Wednesday, and is expected to continue the tribute this weekend.
Big movies aren’t always good movies. Heck, they rarely are. But they sure are easy to get excited about.
Music director and pianist Joey Singer worked with Debbie Reynolds for 30 years, and never saw her give anything but her absolute best.
Much like the rest of us, television can’t wait to turn the page on 2016, with two new dramas, a returning game show and a new season of “Sherlock” all debuting on New Year’s Day.
Clint Holmes is closing his show at Palazzo Theater, joining more than two dozen Vegas shows that have closed this year.
Strange job seems normal to Thomas Austin, who grew up watching his dad on Las Vegas stages.
Lava Hot Springs is far below freezing — until you dip into the water.