A Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is playing a free show at 9 p.m. Monday at Fremont Street Experience’s 1st Street Stage.
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Carrot Top unveiled his latest bit Friday night, and this might be the top of the props: The President Trump Phone Case.
In developing “Magic Mike Live,” Channing Tatum says,“We didn’t want to go with just a basic club design or a lounge or one of the Vegas venues people have done before.”
“I had to start looking at live-music events as a fan, an entertainment experience, instead of just being interested in production and management,” says LVE President Pat Christenson.
Chris Giunchigliani’s ring is actually two rings in one: her original wedding band, melded to the band worn by her late husband, Gary Gray.
Veteran Vegas radio personality Jim Tofte says the new UNLV spirit logo, unveiled Wednesday, looks a lot like the Las Vegas Wranglers’ logo from around the 2010-2011 season.
Looking to buy some goodies at Chumlee’s Candy on the Blvd.? Chewing up some time there has been shortened for visitors.
If there’s a martini and a way to make a wager involved, Oscar Goodman is in. Adding a bonafide rock star from Las Vegas only sweetens the deal.
The seismic shift in shows at Caesars Entertainment hotels has led to a change in strategy at Cleopatra’s Barge.
When “Behind the Music” was launched 20 years ago on VH1, Jason Hook was hooked.
With its 70,000-square-foot nightclub space and superstar headliners, Drai’s After Dark remains a coveted destination for nightlife dwellers.
As the director of a foundation that supports families affected by AIDS and HIV, Gary Costa had no idea he would benefit from the Helmsley fortune.
“Circus 1903” arrives from Simon Painter and Tim Lawson for The Works Entertainment and MagicSpace Entertainment, the producers of touring magic production “The Illusionists.”
The Donny Nova Band of veterans roars through the expertly written, and wonderfully performed, “Bandstand” on Broadway.
A traditional circus production is set to move into the long-latent Paris Theater at Paris Las Vegas. Expect a residency announcement soon.