An auction of more than 800 items collected by Debbie Reynolds and daughter Carrie Fisher drew a packed house Sunday at McManus Auctions in Las Vegas.
“Inferno” knows what it is. The new production that opened Thursday at Paris Theater on the Strip is indeed a flaming spectacular.
Star chefs Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Gordon Ramsay, Giada De Laurentiis and Steve Martorano contributed to the dinner menu and introduced a series of headliners throughout the three-hour program, which drew an all-invite crowd of 2,500 first responders, friends and family.
Kiss mainstay Gene Simmons stopped into the Rio in VegasVille on Saturday on his cross-country tour delivering “The Vault.”
She’s played a gun-toting hit woman, a teacher from hell and, of course, Queen Elizabeth II. Dame Helen Mirren says that no matter the role, she has a sure-fire way to wind down from all that emoting. “I love to watch those home improvement shows. I used to love to watch ‘The Martha Stewart Show.’ I’d sit there with a note paper thinking to myself, ‘Oh, that’s how you clean windows.’
You know the signs — Martin Luther King Boulevard, Frank Sinatra Drive, Dean Martin Drive, Debbie Reynolds Drive, etc. — but there’s so much more.
Todd Fisher is presiding over an estate sale for the ages, selling off much of the memorabilia collected over the years by his mother, Debbie Reynolds; and sister, Carrie Fisher.
Australian Bee Gees, a little show honoring a big act, celebrated its seventh anniversary in residence at Excalibur hotel-casino Saturday night.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have named their baby girl Stormi
The U.S. Postal Service plans to issue a new stamp featuring Mister Rogers, the children’s television host known for his zip-up cardigan, sneakers and soothing manner.