Lorena Peril’s first full-time job was at a nursing facility in San Francisco. She returned this week.
The 69-year-old actress has spent the pandemic in Malibu with kids and grandkids, and can’t wait to share her new movie with them.
Save Our Stages is the $10 billion grant program to help offset the the economic impact that COVID-19 has had on live entertainment.
John Fogerty on Arnold Stalk, founder and director of Share Village: “He is a saint, as far as I’m concerned.”
Dionne Warwick, a recording superstar dating to the early 1960s, is being honored with the Silver State Equality, Nevada’s Ally Leadership Award at Silver State’s virtual gala.
Pete “Big Elvis” Vallee of Harrah’s says, “We’re trying different things to see what works, and right now we’re back and singing ambience.”
Actor and stand-up Sebastian Maniscalco reached out to a VIP who could not make his invite-only performances at Wynn Las Vegas this weekend.
The mural, painted by local artist Gear Duran, features a colorful rendering of Amaia Marcos, a 19-year-old physics student at the College of Southern Nevada.
Piff The Magic Dragon is the first faux-reptile to return to the Las Vegas Strip. But ahead of Piff’s re-opening, the female revue “X Country” is back at Harrah’s Cabaret.
Cardi B’s 28th birthday party was desert-themed and camels were actually brought onto the scene.
As the host of all this activity, Mosaic has found itself as an unlikely industry leader among venues able to reopen during COVID.
Iconic works like the neon Vegas Vickie marquee and murals by familiar Las Vegas artists meld classic and modern within the new resort’s restaurants, casino floor and even the parking garage.
Time has run out for Amber Unicorn Books. The venerable Las Vegas used bookstore will close its doors in late November.