If you haven’t yet made it to see ‘Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum,’ there’s even more time to view the acclaimed filmmaker’s collection of weird, quirky and familiar artworks.
They don’t make movie stars like John Wayne anymore, and an exhibition that opened today at South Point offers a few clues about why that is.
The collection by the famed street artist, who garnered worldwide attention when his “Girl With Balloon” self-destructed at an auction last year, is on view on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time.
Some of the famous, infamous and notorious who have departed have Las Vegas as their final resting place.
Victoria Siegel was just 18 when she passed away in 2015. Her parents have established a foundation to fight drug abuse in young people.
“Jeopardy!” champion James Holzhauer and his wife, Melissa, donated $25,000 to Rancho High School on Friday and called on others in the community to give to impoverished schools.
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.
When Tim Burton visited Las Vegas as a child, he remembers being awestruck by the three giant sea horses that jutted out of the swimming pool at The Dunes hotel.
Dayna Roselli, a popular morning personality on Las Vegas TV since 2004, has marked her final day at KTNV Channel 13.
Mr. Las Vegas is now in a court battle to retrieve items from his life and career still stored at Casa de Shenandoah.