In 2017, Jeff Dunham’s puppets will be sharing a showroom with Celine, Elton John, Rod Stewart, and Reba and Brooks & Dunn.
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The fragrance of fresh paint in the unisex bathroom gave The Space that new-theater feel Friday night. Mark Shunock staged the first ticketed performance at the entertainment center in a one-time warehouse at 3460 Cavaretta Court.
Saying it is tired of being used as a free self-parking garage for competing hotels, the officials at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas have announced they, too, will charge guests to park at the resort.
In ventriloquism, it’s best to keep your mouth still and your career moving. Terry Fator is a master at both.
The Cosmopolitan hosts nightly NFR viewing parties at the sports book, just a couple of cartwheels from Chandelier bar.
“Absinthe” is going Hollywood. Well, in a manner of speaking. A second version of the hit show at Caesars Palace is opening on March 22 at L.A. Live Event Deck, the show’s production company Speigelworld announced Wednesday morning.
We’ve seen what hasn’t worked on Las Vegas stages this year. What has worked? A sullen comic-magician dressed in a satin dragon suit, toting his similarly attired Chihuahua.
Megan Belk felt the love at the closing of “Million Dollar Quartet” as she was given a pair of drumsticks once belonging to her late husband, Jim.
The “Tenors of Rock” are not kidding around with that title, as their backing band proves.
Hotel President Andrew Fonfa says Lucky Dragon is ahead of the trend of Asian residents and tourists decending on Las Vegas.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman met a crowd of neary 9,000 on Saturday morning for the 12th annucal Great Santa Run, joined by chilly “Chippendales” dancers and her warmed-by-martini husband.
Ronnie Dunn was primed to receive some sage advice. That it arrived from Donny Osmond during the Las Vegas premiere of “Jason Bourne” at Caesars Palace was pure coincidence.
The National Finals Rodeo has sold out faster than ever, even as a competiting organization has lured some of the sport’s top competitors.
Rich Little praised Gordie Brown on Brown’s final night, then performed as Richard Nixon during a show that elasted more than two hours at Golden Nugget.
Joe Esposito was a ubiquitous figure in Elvis’ life, from the time they met in West Germany in 1958 through the end of Presley’s life 19 years later.