Restaurateur Marcel Taylor, a former dealer at Caesars Palace who cashed in on his conviction that Las Vegas was ready for steakhouses, died late Wednesday at Mountain View Hospital.
“Fashionably Late,” the latest album from rockers Falling In Reverse, often sounds like an iPod on shuffle, such is the range of different styles and sounds cycled though from one track to the next.
Consistency, persistence are the roots of Dizzy Wright’s blue collar, hang-in-there hip-hop.
You want to see a different side of “the Diceman”? See Andrew Dice Clay in Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine.”
The group out to save the Huntridge Theater should get to know comedian Jo Koy, who launched his career at the historic Las Vegas venue.
“Wow, this stuff just writes itself!” marvels the Chardonnay-soaked author of a soon-to-be best-seller in “Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody.”
Pianist Peter Nero made his TV debut at 17, playing Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” with Paul Whiteman, the bandleader who introduced the jazz-meets-classical piece to the world in 1924.
Things have changed quickly for Cimarron-Memorial’s football team. Its game plan will not.