Frankie Valli helped the Las Vegas cast of “Jersey Boys’ close an 8 1/2-year run on the Strip.
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A man who makes his living in the air, “Chopper Tom” Hawley made some news while airborne Sunday night.
Derek Stevens is a casino owner who also serves as master of ceremonies at the D, celebrating “G05” this weekend.
Member of the “Jersey Boys” cast have learned how the audience can sometimes break “the fourth wall.”
Jerry Lewis jokes about his frailties, but his take in “Max Rose” is powerfully and poignant.
The crooner made his mark at Caesars. Now he’s leaving the Gossy Room with an eye toward returning to the Strip.
Terry Fator has watched a pair of puppet productions close this year, but still stays afloat after seven-plus years at the Mirage.
Criss Angel put on a great show, and received a great show of support, in his first H.E.L.P. charity event at Luxor.
Critically acclaimed, “Million Dollar Quartet” had been in financial stress for months, with the cast accepting pay cuts this summer.
Wayne Newton says it’s fine to protest, but to show respect during the national anthem.
A show filled with smart improv and inspired puppetry, ‘Puppet Up! Uncensored’ nonetheless is closing at Sands Showroom.
The Amazing Johnathan’s heart condition is no illusion, but he has survived long past a diagnosis of 2013.
Lucky Dragon has 203 rooms, five restaurants and 23 suites. Just don’t expect many “4s” in the hotel.
E. Parry Thomas was a legend among legends during his yeasr as a banking magnate in Las Vegas.
Look for “AGT” at Planet Hollywood in October — and maybe again in the spring.