September 8, 2012 - 6:20 pm
Comedy legend Joan Rivers opened her gold lame cape on Friday and revealed a rainbow of color to a huge Pride Parade crowd along Fourth Street.(Photo courtesy Scott Harrison/Retna)
The actor and comedian talks about personal comedy, social media, and visiting Vegas
“America’s Got Talent” judge Howie Mandel impressed Gene Simmons during an appearance on daytime TV. The rest is history.
Metallica and Billy Joel are not quite co-headlining in February at Allegiant Stadium. But they are coming in on consecutive nights to close the month.
Imagine Dragons’ return of Rise Up Gala landed on a special anniversary. And a 12-year-old kid made a memorable cameo.
Gene Simmons bought his mansion in Henderson’s ritzy Ascaya community five months ago. As the Kiss residency approaches at Zappos Theater in December, he’s ready to sell.
In a Q&A, “Melrose Place” star Heather Locklear talks about finding work again and making peace with her imperfections.
Jen Romas, creator of “Sexxy,” informed her team last Thursday that the show was done. But Westgate officials made the final call.
Recording legend Judy Collins will be the honoree at the 38th annual Nevada Ballet Theatre Black and White Ball.