The Bronx Wanderers joke about how they determine their set list for the show at Mat Franco Theater. This process stops just short of fisticuffs.
Journey’s Steve Smith creates a live performance piece at Carnevale Gallery on Thursday.
Lady Gaga and a fan tumbled from the stage at Park Theater on Thursday night as the superstar resumed her “Enigma” residency.
The trio hits the MGM Grand Garden in support of its hit comeback record “Happiness Begins.”
Saxophonist Eric Darius performs at UNLV and the Las Vegas Book Festival returns to downtown Las Vegas in this week’s arts and leisure roundup.
Sam Wills, originator of Tape Face at Harrah’s Las Vegas, says, “I’ve created what I believe to be a character.”
Writers, artists, musicians — chefs, too — to take part in free, all-ages event at Historic Fifth Street School on Saturday.
Column fave Brian Newman is back in his “After Dark” series at NoMad Restaurant. The spirited trumpet practitioner, vocalist and bandleader is set for 20 dates through Dec. 30.
Tim Burton’s art exhibit at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas is finally open. It features more than 40 digital and sculptural works by the filmmaker.
Even its most fervent fans, who clamour for the days when Steve Perry was lead vocalist, have to accept the brilliance of Arnel Pineda as the band’s permanent front man.