Brett Loudermilk, a multitalented performer from Las Vegas, survived the live quarterfinals of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” on Tuesday night.
The restaurant, which debuted at the Forum Shops at Caesars in 1994 — two years after the center itself — has reopened with a new menu of classic and updated dishes.
The theaters in Town Square and Rainbow Promenade will reopen Aug. 20.
Piff The Magic Dragon says of helicopter flying, “I have managed to avoid this, all my life.”
The entirety of the upcoming NBC competition was filmed elsewhere for the first time since 2011.
Matthew Meyer, owner of Served, says Small Business Administration programs helped him boost the size and scope of the eatery, which will reopen this fall.
Jen Taylor, the voice of Cortana, is eager for fans to see where her character goes in Halo Infinite.
Matt Goss says, “I do believe there needs to be a certain level of respect for artists. This town will not survive on restaurants alone.”
The French restaurant, along with its raw bar, weekend brunch and patio seating area, have been closed since March.
Omega Mart, Meow Wolf’s experiential attraction at Area15, will dig deep into U.S. consumerism and be a conduit to worlds beyond.