John Katsilometes estimates he was at least 6 feet away from the performers at Le Cabaret, a distance Gov. Steve Sisolak himself endorses.
Acclaimed director Kenny Ortega was in the original Lake of Dreams creative team, and is back 15 years later.
The adjoining “Bodies … The Exhibition” and “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” have reopened on Luxor’s second-level mezzanine.
Cultural theorist and poet Fred Moten is one of 21 MacArthur Foundation fellows for 2020.
Morrissey originally described his “Viva Moz Vegas” series as “sure-to-be-life-changing.”
Michael Johnson is studying sustainable energy in Oregon. Ray Allaire is planning to farm in Bulgaria. All because of COVID.
Sarah Paulson says Netflix series creator Ryan Murphy empowered her to develop her take on the villainous nurse made famous in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”
John Di Domenico is critical of Donald Trump’s campaign but says “secret” Trump voters will carry him to victory.
The governor announced Tuesday that he is relaxing capacities for mass gatherings in Nevada.
Circa Las Vegas co-owner Derek Stevens says of his new commercial, “I think there are going to be a lot of these moments and they’re all moments that kind of reflect various moments for me over my life coming in to Las Vegas.”
Vegas trumpet ace and veteran bandleader David Perrico says, “I am not looking for pity, I am showing that this is what the state of entertainment is in Las Vegas.”
At age 73, Susan Sarandon is still a rebel. When COVID-19 hit, she locked down with her children and her inner wild child in upstate New York.
As Anne Martinez of Red Penny Arcade said Friday night, “Enjoy the ambient talent of John Wedemeyer!”