Rob Lyons originated the role of Carl Perkins in “Million Dollar Quartet” at Harrah’s. He and his family are leaving soon to chase career opportunities in London.
In his debut at Treasuer Island, Joel McHale recalls putting Chevey Chase on the ground with a self-defense move — Chase asked for it — and was mistaken for Daniel Tosh in a newspaper interview.
At a bar, you might think they are a gang. Most of the members are tatted and wear jackets with the logo of their crew, “Hammer & Cycle,” in a giant red patch on the back.
Inside their 9,800-square-foot studio located in the shadow of the Strip, Larry and Barbara Domsky conjure rainbow-hued creations in glass.
Kendra Wilkinson’s days on “The Girls Next Door” were highlighted by a memorable trip on her 21st birthday.
Two venues were shut down on opening night as Crapshoot Comedy Festival grew up fast in its inaugural event downtown.
The 50th-anniversary party rolls on at UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art as four new exhibitions — encompassing sculpture, drawing, photography, found objects, installation and film — explore human civilization and the surrounding landscape.
The production, created for the show’s 25th anniversary, arrives at The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall on Wednesday for a 12-day stay.
Guns N’ Roses is playing T-Moble Arena on Nov. 17, returning to Vegas after two dates in April 2016.