Florence Henderson performed at several famed Strip resorts, saying her favorite was Circus Maximus at Caesars Palace.
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A year ago, Human Nature seemed destined to leave Venetian’s Sands Showroom. Today, the act is rejuvenated after a change in formats and a return to its Christmas show.
When NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman was introduced to the thousands of hockey fans Tuesday at Toshiba Square at T-Mobile Arena, he was hit with a mix of boos and … more boos.
Vegas Golden Knights is a combination of Bill Foley’s Army affiliation, the high value of gold and a casual take on our city’s name.
A political dispute has stripped next year’s Burlesque Hall of Fame festival of its greatest living legend.
The Opportunity Village Magical Forest turns 25 this year. The wondrous holiday attraction features the Holiday Express party train and hundreds of decorated trees and rides.
Stan Lee’s favorite member of his original Marvel Comics characters is The Thing. “He’s cute,” Lee says.
P Moss opened a club for punk rockers 24 years ago, and the rockers from a nearby cafe made the place a success.
Jeff Civillico’s act is inherently physical, which is why he has undergone surgery for a “wear-and-tear” knee injury.
EDC’s 20th anniversary drew a record crowd of 400,000, and officials are promsing an even larger party in ‘17.
Larry Rudolph, Spears’ trusted confidant, faces some big decisions as she prepares to add her new single to the “Piece of Me” production show at Planet Hollywood.
Jerry Lopez can play anything by ear, except when he can’t hear, which happened while on tour with Ricky Martin.
Austin “Chumlee” Russell says he has learned from a weapons arrest in March and is focused once more on his TV show and charitable efforts.
Embracing vintage shtick and enduring stage skills, the Scintas drew 700 fans to the Plaza Showroom this weekend. Their success is no fluke.
Michael Jerlecki is plotting “Palms 2.0,” starting with the very chairs customers occupy at poker machines.