The theater at Tropicana Las Vegas is throwing open the doors to “Legends In Concert,” a 35-year survivor and currently the longest-running show on the Strip.
Jerry Lewis played some famous rooms in his day. His spirit is following suit (and suits) by headlining Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum.
Hubert Keller threw a top-secret mock birthday party at his Southern Highlands home last week that was really a wrap party for several Las Vegas-themed episodes of his PBS series, “Secrets of a Chef.
MGM Resorts International hosted several star-studded culinary events over the weekend that brought together top chefs from within and without the local restaurant world.
The Great Britney Spears Announcement is upon us.
A Melania Trump spokeswoman is asking people to boycott Atlanta rapper T.I. because of his promotional album video that shows a woman resembling the first lady stripping in the oval office.
Max Jacobson-Fried was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Oregon. But through frequent family visits from early childhood, he became very familiar with Freed’s Bakery, the Las Vegas business started by his grandparents in 1959.
The song is about surmounting emotions that can seem insurmountable — the kind that stick in your throat, make you question things about yourself — and as he introduces it, Ben Carey has to do just that.
Two decades after its debut, people are still clamoring to see “O.”
Sure, it’s about books. Lots and lots of books. But the Las Vegas Book Festival could just as well be named the Las Vegas Ideas Festival.