Sunset Park was the place to be Saturday for folks who love tacos, but there was much more to take in at the Tacos and Tamales Festival.
“Pawn Stars” mainstay Corey Harrison and his wife, Kiki, are expecting their first child, to be named Richard Benjamin Harrison.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announced Friday that his partnership in Virgin Hotels had snapped up the Hard Rock Hotel.
When a group of Nevada arts advocates went to Washington, D.C., a few weeks ago to talk up continued funding for the National Endowment of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities, they didn’t know their efforts would be successful.
It’s time to dust off the mirrored ball. The Stirling Club has been purchased, and the buyers who just paid $12 million for the place are ready to party.
If the idea of tasting at least 15 wines at a family-friendly festival appeals to you, then the proceeds going to charity will make it even sweeter.
On Friday, I remembered Marty Allen, along with hundreds more of his friends at a celebration of life at Rampart Casino’s Marquis Ballroom. Those who spoke knew the comic performer well, beginning with the afternoon’s emcee, his widow, Karon Kate Blackwell.
The opening of “The Voice — Neon Dreams” at Hard Rock Hotel has been moved back to Sept. 17. The September date is in line with the debut of the TV show’s 15th season.
Nearly three years after it was originally announced, the new Burlesque Hall of Fame exhibit is being unveiled at April 17 at its new, permanent location at 1027 S. Main Street No. 110.
Wynn Resorts spokesman Michael Weaver says, “ I have not heard that there is any announcement planned on any name change … (there is) certainly no truth whatsoever to changing any names in Las Vegas.”