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.
Clint Holmes, Wayne Newton, Earl Turner and Frankie Scinta were among the current Vegas performers who ignited what is considered the city’s greatest charity show 15 years ago today.
Mark Cohn was shot in the head during a 2005 carjacking attempt. He still gets nervous as a passeenger.
Oscar Goodman was flying pretty high as mayor of Las Vegas and a co-star on “CSI: Crime Scene Investication.” Then he met Donald Trump.
Ringo Starr loves playing Las Vegas, enough to entertain thoughts of an extended engagement on the Strip.
Caesars Palace’s sports book was decked out with baloons and bunting for a 2016 presidential election watch party that turned into a celebration for Donald Trump.
Enjoy drafts, a giant LED screen and cheap drafts on election night at an uncommon post — Caesars Palace’s sports book.
Rock in Rio was presented imiginatively and the acts were among the biggest and best in the business. But the festival lost millions, and MGM Resorts officials are not expecting a return.
The Thomas & Mack is a great fight venue, and this card reminds of the effective partnership of the venue and Wynn Las Vegas, co-promoting the evening’s fistic activity.
“Bandstand” has blossomed from a test-drive at the Composers Showcase of Las Vegas to a full-fledged, Broadway musical.
The entertainer will be the host and special guest for the Review-Journal’s annual Best of Las Vegas awards show Saturday.
John Di Domenico has played Donald Trump for a decade, and now has more work than ever.
Andre Agassi has been the focus of interest by both political parties since he retired a decade ago, but all he wants to run are his charter schools.