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.
George Wallace, headlining at South Point Showroom this weekend, made a lot of money “four-walling” the Flamingo showroom. But times have definitely changed in Vegas.
The in-development musical debuts this weekend with three performances that will benefit Nevada Conservatory Theatre, UNLV’s professional theater training program.
Joel McHale’s son, Eddie, underwent open-heart surgery to repair two holes in his heart. More than a decade later, McHale offered support to his friend Jimmy Kimmel, whose own son was battling a heart condition.
Theater veteran Frank Mack officially joins festival management Sept. 1, but he plans to be in Cedar City in early July when the festival launches its 56th season, which runs from June 29 to Oct. 21.
The first, most logical reaction to Nathan Myhrvold’s photography is: How?