Notoriety owner Ken Henderson says, “Comedy and magic are not ambient. Anything you have to watch is considered a show.”
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The Killers are advancing the tradition of rock bands performing on rooftops for the Las Vegas Raiders’ home opener Monday night.
Of Donald Trump, comic actor John Di Domenico says, “Every single utterance of this guy plays into everything we are doing.”
For last Tuesday’s show, Piff the Magic Dragon convinced David Copperfield to join in a video re-creation of Copperfield’s famous stunt from 1983, when he made the Statue of Liberty disappear.
The Westgate karaoke setup is not allowed under pandemic reopening restrictions, but bookmark that idea.
Wolfgang Puck Senior Managing Partner Tom Kaplan says the restaurant is breaking even. And that’s great.
Hyped for weeks and a tribute to an early pandemic Netflix phenomenon, the “Tiger King” exhibit at Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum is now open to the public.
Vegas Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves has developed a beer that encourages Las Vegans to recall the moments that gave them the shivers.
A-list actor Kevin Hart said in a statement that the telethon was “an incredible opportunity to bring the work of Jerry Lewis and the Muscular Dystrophy Association forward.”
Silverton Chief Executive Officer Craig Cavileer is also CEO of Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District.
Paul Shaffer remembers the Righeous Brothers on an old ABC-TV show: “Every week, they always seemed to sing the same song, ‘Koko Joe,’ about a little monkey.”
In ‘Guest House,’ Pauly Shore looks like he reeks, he butts heads with the couple and throws a party that lands the homeowner in jail.
Bruce Williamson sang with the Temptations, Sons of Soul, Lon Bronson Band and David Perrico’s Pop Strings.