A native of New York who moved around the U.S. and saturated himself in Japanese culture, Warren Klein came to Las Vegas for a hospitality degree and never left.
Restaurants offer special menus, takeout and delivery around the valley.
The museum will limit the number of visitors, do temperature screenings and have staff wear masks and gloves.
The COVID-19 shutdown has achieved the seemingly impossible: bringing together Shania Twain and Puddles Pity Party.
Travis Cloer has taken his “Sherry” concept to the next level with 275 actors from 16 “Jersey Boys” companies worldwide taking part in a singalong.
Roy Horn has been “responding well to treatment,” and the duo “wish to send positive wishes to everyone impacted by the pandemic.”
MGM Resorts International shows will remain dark at least until July 1, with the company saying, “We will continue to share information about our plans for re-opening as they become available. Until then, please stay safe.”
In addition to mandatory face masks and increased sanitizing, restaurants will be limiting menus, changing restroom policies and maybe putting hand sinks in the dining room.
“I can’t wait till I walk out on stage and just see everyone’s faces in the audience just dying to hear the orchestra play again,” the conductor says.
A Henderson brewery has tapped out after 12 years of trying to fill the craft beer void in Southern Nevada.