Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds has enough music trophies to fill many cases, and a list of achievements that fills many pages, but his latest honor speaks to his personal passion.
David Lee Roth, who on Oct. 1 announced his retirement after playing House of Blues, seems to be backtracking.
Paris Hilton and her entourage hit Zouk Nightclub (twice) and also AREA15 during a weekend bachelor/bachelorette party.
Prior to Sunday’s Raiders game, star magician Criss Angel was fastened into a straitjacket 100 feet above Allegiant Stadium.
The two ex-Lakers greats, two Brandon Marshalls, Brooks Koepka and Vince Vaughn were in the house.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Neal Schon of Journey says of Allegiant Stadium: “I think we will get back here. We’re already talking about a Super Bowl in 2024.”
The annual Las Vegas Pride Night parade attracted thousands to downtown Las Vegas on Friday.
“Immersive Van Gogh,” a moving artistic experience, has overtaken the top level of Crystals.
It may be hard to imagine now, but during the ’90s, Maryland Parkway was the center of alternative culture in Las Vegas. For a few magical years, it was the home of poets, musicians and artists.
The Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder fight, a reggae festival and a showing of “Cats” highlight things to do around the Las Vegas Valley this week.
Billy F. Gibbons is impressed with Elwood Francis’ playing technique, which he says gives the band “propulsion.”
Ten new billboards in the Las Vegas Valley are not trying to sell you anything.
Claire Vaye Watkins first garnered attention in these parts with her first book, the 2012 short story collection “Battleborn,” now routinely atop on any list of best books about Las Vegas and Nevada.
Expect the hits, and a familial feel, as John Fogerty dips into his Creedence Clearwater Revival catalog and samples his solo career.