“Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas,” starring the Las Vegas drag legend as Joan Rivers, has closed at The Linq Hotel. It was one of the longest-running production shows ever on the Strip.
The original dark period was to start July 10, but Teller’s back had other ideas after P&T’s performance Wednesday at Beau Rivage.
Eureka! is a chain but its sole Nevada outpost is an apt reflection of downtown Las Vegas, sliding right into the district’s restaurant portfolio.
You could check out the latest episodes of NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior” (9 p.m. Monday) and “America’s Got Talent” (8 p.m. Tuesday).
Vinnie Paul also once specified which album he’d want played at his funeral: The hard-rock classic “Appetite for Destruction” by Guns N’ Roses.
One of the least likely sequels since “Weekend at Bernie’s 2,” “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” seems engineered for maximum confusion.
“Some people are saying this is our most decadent show yet,” Burlesque star Dita Von Teese says. “I’m loving the new acts we have in the show.”
Gwen Stefani took position in front of a neon-psychedelic ranch setting, wearing a frilly cowgirl outfit laced in golden bling.
Joe Jackson had a home in Las Vegas for decades. He was frequently spotted around town, especially in the 1990s, at such now-closed nightspots as The Shark Club and Tramps, and occasionally at such haunts as Le Bistro Theatre.
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