Jeff Civillico underwent knee surgery on Halloween. He ends his hiatus in March in a new room (for him) at Paris Las Vegas.
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Vanessa Williams called her friend David Weinreb of the Howard Hughes Corporation to perform a couple of numbers to close the annual Nevada Ballet Theatre Black & White Ball at Aria.
Members of The Killers were once bounced from a bar by an employee of Jesse Garon, who this week portrayed Elvis in a promo clip starring … The Killers.
Most recently a three-day event at Las Vegas Festival Grounds, the Academy of Country Music’s “Party for a Cause” is branching out to such locales as Hard Rock Hotel, Red Rock Resort and Toby Keith’s joint at Harrah’s.
The Academy of Country Music’s “Party for a Cause” charity festival is all partied out at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds.
It’s a dinner show starring a couple of magicians, but the new “Jarrett & Raja” show isn’t quite interactive theater in the spirit of “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding.”
Vince Neil appeared on “Celebrity Apprentice” to honor his late friend and star chef Kerry Simon. He wound up raising $770,000 for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Cindy Blackman was a star musician long before she joined Santana’s band. She continues to shine as a solo artist while performing with her husband.
Scott Kreeger worked at resorts on and off the Strip for more than two decades, opening Red Rock Resort and steering SLS Las Vegas for more than two years.
Donald Trump’s supporters, and those seeking a glimpse of history, took in today’s inauguraation ceremonies as protests, injuries and vandalism was reported outside the gates.
The Piano Guys performed “Fight Song” at the Liberty Ball on Friday night, rankling the song’s writer and performer, Rachel Platten.
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is a few feet from the stage at the Liberty Ball at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. History has arrived with President Donald J. Trump dancing the night away with First Lady Melania Trump.
The concert at Lincoln Memorial was highlighted by Lee Greenwood’s rendition of “God Bless The USA” and a closing set by country star Toby Keith.
Andre Agassi might wince at acclaim for his charity work, but he’s made a lot of folks smile.
Sig Rogich paid $1 for “God Bless The USA” during Ronald Reagan’s re-election campaign. It was money well spent.