Lynn McMullan says, “This year I am proud to say that I will be shaving my head under Team Kyra.”
Visitors to the Palms will soon have another place to grab a bite in the midst of the resort’s ongoing renovation process.
Few names in American whiskey inspire the same sense of awe as Pappy Van Winkle, or the Old Rip Van Winkle Distillerythat produces it.
By the time California native Justin Kingsley Hall earned a bachelor’s degree in culinary management from the Art Institute of Tampa, he’d been working in the industry six years, but a mentor encouraged him to get a formal education.
Sheridan Su was asleep when a friend texted him and his wife Jenny Wong to tell him he was a semifinalist for a James Beard Award, one of the American culinary world’s top honors. Wong was awake in bed at their home.
Wes Studi will take the stage at Sunday’s Oscars to present an award. But the actor, among the few Native Americans included in the ceremony’s 90-year history, has reason to feel like a winner.
De Ann Letourneau is such a familiar figure, I could tell it was her even from The Perch by the way she bowed after playing.
Jewel is at the center of “One Night For One Drop” event on Friday night at MJ One Theater at Mandalay Bay. On March 30-31, she is headlining at Encore Theater.
The Smith’s at Rampart and Lake Mead boulevards is nearly 13 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center, but it drew enough people during a recent trade show that one of its delis went through 45 pounds of house-made egg salad in two days.
Those NASCAR racers won’t be driving 55 and neither should you. Cabo Wabo Cantina at the Miracle Mile Shops is featuring the Can’t Drive 55, a blend of Cabo Wabo blanco tequila, Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum, vodka, gin, four fruit juices and a touch of amaretto Disaronno for $15. It’ll be available all weekend, as will beer buckets and shot specials. And on Thursday, you can quaff while watching the Hauler Parade from Cabo Wabo’s Strip-side patio.