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Central at Caesars Palace is open and has a decent enough atmosphere, although it is a bit noisy. It generally doesn’t live up to its potential, though.
There are suspense thrillers that keep you on the edge of your seat, and there are suspense thrillers that make you recoil to the point that you’d burrow through the backrest if you could.
When Hanson came to fame at the tail end of the grunge era in 1997, context made them seem especially precious: Seeing their video for breakout hit “MMMBop” next to clips from hall-of-fame brooders like Soundgarden and Pearl Jam was a welcome ray of sunshine poking through all those cloud-covered skies.
R&B singer John Legend returns to The Pearl at the Palms on Nov. 30. Tickets start at $49 and go on sale at noon Monday at The Pearl box office, 4321 W. Flamingo Road, and Ticketmaster outlets.
Are you the type who roots for the zombies as they gobble guts in all those end-of-the-world splatter-a-thons?
Tony Orlando once rightly predicted that rock stars such as Elton John — who once scorned Las Vegas and its tuxedoed showmen — would end up on the Strip themselves.
John Zito Band
Talk about single-name gay nirvana. Celine. Bette. Liza. Cher.
From far afield and close to home, fall’s performing arts calendar promises a world of entertainment.