For a night, Vic Damone ruled the strep. That is not a typo.
“Inferno” knows what it is. The new production that opened Thursday at Paris Theater on the Strip is indeed a flaming spectacular.
Star chefs Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Gordon Ramsay, Giada De Laurentiis and Steve Martorano contributed to the dinner menu and introduced a series of headliners throughout the three-hour program, which drew an all-invite crowd of 2,500 first responders, friends and family.
Kiss mainstay Gene Simmons stopped into the Rio in VegasVille on Saturday on his cross-country tour delivering “The Vault.”
Todd Fisher is presiding over an estate sale for the ages, selling off much of the memorabilia collected over the years by his mother, Debbie Reynolds; and sister, Carrie Fisher.
Splicing the artificial from the authentic is the challenge of “Opium,” opening March 13 at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
In his reign as the architect of the Vegas mega-resort, Wynn merged his personal wealth and his zeal for business with his passion for live entertainment.
Australian Bee Gees, a little show honoring a big act, celebrated its seventh anniversary in residence at Excalibur hotel-casino Saturday night.
As NBC color man Cris Collinsworth lamented the officials’ decision, saying, “I think they have to overturn this call!” Zach Ertz’s entourage remained resolute. That was a touchdown, Philly fans, clear as a bell.
Bob Griese didn’t wager on the game, but he’s having a time of it. He did say the Eagles would score on their first possession, and he was right.