On his first day on the job, Rossi Ralenkotter had lunch with then-ABC sportscaster and ex-NFL great Frank Gifford.
A Cirque du Soleil aerial straps artist who also previously performed in “Le Reve” at Wynn Las Vegas fell to his death Saturday night during a performance of the touring show “Volta” in Tampa, Fla.
In an extensive interview for the Buffalo News, O.J. Simpson calls Las Vegas, “The No Hate Zone of America.”
Former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman has said he’ll bet on anything — including a pair of cockroaches scrambling across a tile floor (let’s set up a tournament for that, eh?).
This was no ordinary marriage proposal. It was a spectacle typical of Andy Walmsley.
The New Zealand-born artist whose legal name is Sam Wills wears tape over his mouth in his nonverbal mix of comedy and magic.
Terry Fator could wreak havoc, in life and onstage, with his undeniable stunning ability to speak and sing wonderfully with his lips shut.
Kind Heaven will present live music of all genres on four stages, with Perry Farrell himself heading up the booking. Its walking tour will focus on Southeast Asia cuisine and culture.
Upon hearing the news, the ever-zealous Vin A. couldn’t get back to sleep. He has fans to thank, a set list to compile. Oh, and rehearsals. Lots of rehearsal time for this one.
Roger Daltrey says of a return of The Who to the Strip: “We’ve got offers. If Pete wanted to do it, I would do it; let’s put it that way.”