The’s show’s name has sparked an ongoing debate. “The Lady & The Liar,” was one tossed-away title. Also rebuffed: “The Temple Woman & The Fibber.”
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Deepak Chopra put ‘em to sleep and Kanye West ignited a party during appearances on consecutive nights over the weekend in Las Vegas.
“One Epic Night” and “Puppet Up” might not have made it, but a closer look at the entertainment scene shows a bounty of options in Las Vegas.
“Cherry Boom Boom” had a marketing campaign set for November. But the show closed Thursday.
Park Theater at Monte Carlo is good for Stevie, Bruno, Cher — and hoops, if need be.
On Friday, Charlie Watts hit Casa de Shenandoah to visit fellow Arabian horse breeder Wayne Newton. On Saturday, he rocked T-Mobile Arena.
The highly anticipated razing of “The Slammer,” Penn Jillette’s longtime home on West Wigwam Avenue in southwest Las Vegas, was halted Monday when the tank that was procured to level the house got stuck in the front room.
Cher completed her ‘Farewell Tour’ in 2005, but has toured since and also performed a residency at Caesars Palace
Olivia Newton-John is hosting a cancer-awareness event at Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip and Jeff Leibow returns to Palazzo Theater for NF Hope Concert.
To gauge the value of entertainment in VegasVille, consider the preponderance of legends named “Sonny” in this city. We have two verifiable, living legends of that name and they are performing together on Sunday.
Vocalist Bernard Fowler and sax man Tim Ries joined the Jimmy McIntosh Band for a rowdy night at an old Vegas rock club.
Blue Man Group continues to defy genres, cultures and demographics as it secures its hold on the Strip.
After Wednesday, Sen. Harry Reid is confident one of the major parties will bring their presidential nomination convention to Las Vegas.
Mick Jagger is suffering from a serious throat problem. Thus, Wednesday’s Rolling Stones show is canceled.
The Washington Post, Fox News and USA Today lead the media onslaught on VegasVille the night before the presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center.