Fittingly, the drink at Station Casinos is called TLC, for Tammy, Lee and Channing. It’s a happy mix of Born & Bred vodka, lemon juice, rose syrup and Aperol aperitif topped with sparkling rose.
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The Luxor’s star illusionist dropped a $100,000 bid on a painting called “Atoms” by a young cancer patient named Taylor, throwing a charge into the annual charity event at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel for Cure 4 The Kids Foundation.
Lionel Richie is joining country superstar Luke Bryan and pop-music and fashion stalwart Katy Perry as judges on next season’s “American Idol” as the the show “reboots,” as Bryan would say.
The past and current owners of the Palms are honoring Hugh Hefner today, a day after the publishing icon and cultural trailblazer died at age 91 at Playboy Mansion.
Hugh Hefner didn’t remember much about his first Las Vegas trip: “I was pretty hung over by then.”
Word is seeping out about a stronger link between MGM Resorts and the three-day Kaaboo “mixexperience” festival held Sept. 14-16 at Del Mar Fairgrounds in California.
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Imagine Dragons’ list of Vegas venues includes Hennessey’s Tavern, Beauty Bar, South Point Showroom, The Pub at Monte Carlo, Ovation at Green Valley Ranch and the old O’Sheas hotel-casino.
Melody Sweets announced Monday she is departing the production at Caesars Palace’s Roman Plaza on Oct. 22, as her contract with production company Spiegelworld expires.
The Killers are officially ready to wreak holiday havoc on Pearl Concert Theater. That is the title for their Dec. 11 performance, “Holiday Havoc.”
Lady Gaga’s cancellation of her European tour dates has not affected her plans to return to T-Mobile Arena on Dec. 16. Citing chronic pain, Gaga has called off her tour of Europe, which was to begin Sunday in Zurich, Switzerland.
Night 2 of iHeartRadio Music Festival thumped to a thrilling culmination — thrilling if you are a fan of DJ Khaled, Chance the Rapper, Demi Lovato, French Montana, Travis Scott and Quavo of the band Migos.
Khalid, Bebe Rexha, French Montana, Noah Cyrus, Flume, Little Mix, Bleachers, Niall Horan, Halsey and Migos starred on a fine night on the Strip in VegasVille
Pink rocked T-Mobile Arena on Friday night, reminding of her odd, loose connection to Vegas.
Harry Styles performed a convincing take of “Sign of the Times,” and repeatedly asked the crowd how it was doing. “This is my last song, OK? This is where you go crazy.”