E. Parry Thomas was a legend among legends during his yeasr as a banking magnate in Las Vegas.
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Look for “AGT” at Planet Hollywood in October — and maybe again in the spring.
Criss Angel works magic onstage; now he’s planning to work more with his charity show Sept. 12 at Luxor.
Franky Perez has been away from his hometown while tourning with a rock-cello outfit, while local faves Yellow Brick Road is back at Red Rock Resort.
Mike Tyson entertaines the masses at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club, 250 fans at a time.
It was 40 years ago this weekend that Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra made television history.
Producers for ‘One Epic Night’ are going for broke at Plaza Showroom.
An effort is underway to raise $20,000 to fund a star on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars for lounge legend Cook E. Jarr.
Melody Sweets promises a “sultry” performance with burlesque and vaudville numbers and a burning backing band.
Barbary Coast was crucial to the development of Michael Gaughan’s Coast Casinos, and E. Parry Thomas help fund its construction.
Human Nature worked out a rock classic in the afternoon, performed it that night and invited us to sing along.
Steve Wynn noted that when E. Parry Thomas passed away Friday at his ranch in Hailey, Idaho, the legendary Las Vegas banking magnate was surrounded by his wife and children.
On Aug. 9, Spiegelworld and the Cosmopolitan announced “Absinthe” would move to the ballroom at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. But there is a chance that might not happen.
Joe Barbara spent eight years playing an assortment of roles in “Jersey Boys” on the Strip. His next stop: Broadway.
Want a pair of “Trump Kids” slippers? Hit “The Slammer” on Saturday, and you might have a shot.