Country star Jason Aldean says he hopes that healing can start for those affected by a mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival in his first interview since the October shooting.
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is a tent just west of the Strip, near Russell Road, with Delano and Mandalay Bay gleaming in the background. This is the current site for, and future home of, the Las Vegas Raiders.
Joey Scinta hospitalized after suffering stroke Nov. 4 and a series of mini strokes afterward, according to brother, Frankie Scinta.
Clark County Commissioner and Nevada gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak, an increasingly active and ubiquitous elected official, was honored Thursday night at the 26th annual Camelot gala at Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest on West Oakey Boulevard.
The back-beat of The Killers is up front about the band’s approach to the Dec. 1 Vegas Strong Benefit Concert at T-Mobile Arena. “We don’t care where we fall in the lineup, we can open, we can close,” Ronnie Vannucci says. “We’re just happy to assemble the masses.”
O.J. Simpson was reportedly “drunk and unruly” at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, broke some glasses and was invited to finish the night elsewhere.
“I learned a lot from Mr. Sinatra, and a lot from Steve Wynn, about how not to get into trouble in a casino,” Whoopi Goldberg says.
After performing her own show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Celine joined Steve Aoki at Omnia Nightclub for a reverberating, club mix of the classic Titanic theme song “My Heart Will Go On.”
Andrew Dice Clay felt additional pain while taping an episode of “The Ed Bernstein Show,” and was later taken to the hospital for treatment. The procedure has also taken him out of a multi-episode run on the CBS series “Hawaii Five-0.”
The heart and soul of Las Vegas rock ‘n’ roll is teaming for an Oct. 1 fundraiser on the Strip.