The Philharmonic, with guest conductor Case Scaglione, and soloists Suzanne Vinnik, a soprano, and tenor Cody Austin, opened its season on Saturday with a program titled “Operatic Love.” While the two singers, especially Vinnik, drew the lion’s share of audience attention, the star of the night was the orchestra. Of four strictly instrumental works two were, shall we say, ordinary; the others were truly exceptional.
Sunday’s “Breaking Bad” turned out the lights on one of the darkest shows in television history.
James Henninger gives a new meaning to the term “Fire Sale.”
“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” slurped up the box office.
Two of the most buzzed-about series of the past decade, the newly crowned Emmy winner for best drama and the series it defeated for the title just seven days earlier, are going head to head.
The supply is running low and you know there won’t be more. “Breaking Bad” stands to leave its fans reeling.
The sprawl of urban Las Vegas may be just over the horizon, but you are far from civilization when you follow the Bitter Springs Trail south of Valley of Fire State Park.
If they can’t make the entertainment new and different, how about the places where we see it?
A Henderson bakery was tapped to compete on Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars” just months after it opened.
Never underestimate the power of magic. Theatrical magic. The kind of magic that can make fully grown humans disappear before your very eyes — at the very same time they’re bringing “War Horse” to life.