The issue features the first appearances of characters such as the Human Torch, Ka-Zar, Angel and the Sub-Mariner.
Nearly a year into her “Enigma” and “Jazz Piano” residencies, the pop star is still packing the Park Theater at Park MGM.
In 1986, Frank Marino was served legal papers onstage at the Riviera from an attorney representing Joan Rivers — while Marino was performing as Rivers.
A collection of more than 70 works by the internationally known street artist will be on display.
We’re asking pet enthusiasts to share a photo of their favorite holiday-attired animal. Get your critter in the paper and be entered in a drawing to win a $100 gift card.
The celebrated singer-songwriter explores the catalog of his friend and mentor Frank Sinatra and more on his latest tour, which visits The Smith Center on Saturday.
The “Rose. Rabbit. Lie” alum headlines the “So You Think You Can Dance” tour stop at The Smith Center.
The three-day music and arts festival, which drew 170,000 attendees this year, returns in September for its eighth edition.
This week’s top choices include the American Music Awards, the premiere of “The Irishman,” and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
After the “So You Think You Can Dance” tour ends, Anna Linstruth is planning to relocate to L.A. to pursue her dancing career.
Also, Paul Anka crooning Sinatra, reserve spots now for a punk rock pizza party on Dec. 1 and LGBTQ Senior Thanksgiving dinner.
Wayne Newton and his wife and daughter appeared in court on Wednesday in an ongoing dispute over property left at the Newtons’ former home, Casa de Shenandoah.
The Broadway musical based on Dr. Seuss’ classic holiday tale opens Tuesday at The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall.
Su Casa Asian eatery’s first anniversary celebration leads this week’s food & drink roundup.
Candice “Candi” Gaiters fell in love with baking as a child, working alongside her mother in the family kitchen and taking every cake decorating class she could find. She kept baking even after she graduated college and started work as an administrative assistant, getting rave reviews from her co-workers for the confections she brought into […]
In this installment of Taste of the Town, Al Mancini shows us one of the best bargains on a steak available in the valley, as well as one of the most luxurious cuts of beef you can buy.
The peppermint-tiled, gum drop-topped, sugar bear-laden gingerbread house that children dream of living inside exists. And at 15 feet tall, it’s one of the sweetest lodgings on the Las Vegas Strip.
Celebrity chef attends party at Caesars Palace spot that ‘is very much a Las Vegas restaurant.’
“Valiant” screened before Sunday’s game at T-Mobile Arena. A couple of thousand ticketholders braved traffic and road closures to watch the long-in-the-works documentary.