Clarence Clemons, the legendary saxophonist in the E Street Band who played alongside Bruce Springsteen for the past 40 years, died on June 18th. Clemons had suffered a massive stroke on June 12th. While initial signs had been hopeful after his hospitalization and two subsequent brain surgeries, he reportedly took a turn for the worse later in the week. He was 69.
Sam Wills, originator of Tape Face at Harrah’s Las Vegas, says, “I’ve created what I believe to be a character.”
Column fave Brian Newman is back in his “After Dark” series at NoMad Restaurant. The spirited trumpet practitioner, vocalist and bandleader is set for 20 dates through Dec. 30.
Tim Burton’s art exhibit at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas is finally open. It features more than 40 digital and sculptural works by the filmmaker.
Even its most fervent fans, who clamour for the days when Steve Perry was lead vocalist, have to accept the brilliance of Arnel Pineda as the band’s permanent front man.
Producer Anita Mann has kept the show’s quality high throughout the years, developing and adding new numbers as the anniversary passes.
The Fountains of Bellagio, Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York and Blue Man Group at Luxor are all marking the 25th anniversary of the beloved sitcom “Friends.”
The Landmark hotel-casino’s destruction was famously captured in the 1996 cult film, “Mars Attacks!”
When Tim Burton visited Las Vegas as a child, he remembers being awestruck by the three giant sea horses that jutted out of the swimming pool at The Dunes hotel.
South Korean pop star and actress Sulli was found dead at her home south of Seoul on Monday, police said.
Donny Osmond is sad to be leaving the Donnie & Marie show after 11 years, though he initiated the final decision to shut the show down.