Head to Mars while saving dough on rocket fuel in the latest roundup of choice Vegas music releases:
The word from the VegasVille entertainment scene is that Gwen Stefani is planning a residency at the Zappos Theater.
We’ve spent a few CineVegas Film Festivals at Brenden Theatres, including the world premiere of “Ocean’s 13” in 2007.
On Thursday night, a fan disrupted Elton John’s performance by putting his hands on the keys, then attempting to take up-close pictures of the piano.
Amid all the awful news out of Hollywood in recent months, host Jimmy Kimmel has his work cut out for him in trying to create a fun atmosphere at the 90th Oscars.
“One Night For One Drop” featured songs by Jewel, appearances by her family, and a soaring dragon.
That Bavette’s Steakhouse &Bar doesn’t fit the stereotypical Las Vegas image of glitz and glamour is obvious on first sight of its stately door crowned by a sweep of studded red leather. It’s a Narnia-esque portal from the cacophony of the casino at the Monte Carlo (soon-to-be Park MGM) to the dusk of the restaurant’s entry lobby. There, all is plush and urbane, with framed art and mirrors covering floor-to-ceiling walls, against which sit overstuffed chairs.
Tegan Summer is in acquisition mode. VegasVille’s newest mover-slash-shaker is amassing licensing deals the same way coin collectors snap up silver nickels.
Pink Martini music director Thomas Lauderdale says, “I never thought I would say this,” he says, “but it would be fascinating to do a run in Las Vegas.”
The unaired episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” featuring Jerry Lewis will indeed air on Netflix.