The awards will be presented in Las Vegas, and chances are, plenty of them will stay here.
Tune into “The O’Really Factor.”
The story: A Boston homicide cop investigates the death of his activist daughter, uncovering her secret life — and corporate/government collusion that attracts an agent assigned to clean up the evidence.
These days, everyone’s looking for a bargain. At www.groupon.com, you sign up and once a day they’ll send you a great deal tailored to Las Vegas that you have one day to purchase. It’s fairly new, but past deals have included $75 in food from Andre’s French Restaurant for $30 and half off a pole-dancing fitness class.
Would you know whether your arteries were stiffer than a double martini? New research suggests there’s a way to know that doesn’t involve doctors, insurance or machinery.
Sammy Shore has been in the entertainment business for a long time, and if he hasn’t seen it all, he’s certainly seen most of it.
During television pilot season, April and May, thousands of tourists will go through CBS Television City at MGM Grand, watching screenings and sharing their opinions about the network’s fall fare.
Leno hasn’t spoken to O’Brien
From Vegas With Love, a string quartet, will perform works by Prokofiev, Debussy and Harry Partch at 2 p.m. Saturday at Winchester Cultural Center, 3130 S. McLeod Drive.
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum has a message to everyone unimpressed by its collection to date: Tut-tut.