The Amazing Johnathan is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside the guy whose act included a joke that, decades later, remains among the most original and deeply wrong things you could ever hope to hear.
This week on PodKats!, Ross Mollison says, sure, he’ll buy Cirque du Soleil — at the right price.
Whenever a major hotel-casino opened in Las Vegas, Cashman Photo would invariably begin working from the new resort.
UFC legend and action-film star Randy Couture joined the fray at Mondays Dark, playing harmonica on “A Hard Day’s Night.”
New York Post’s Page Six reported Barry Manilow’s run at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre has been a “flop” because of sagging ticket sales.
Human Nature and “Legends In Concert” led a lineup of headliners at the AFAN Black & White Party.
Matt Goss’ song about chasing fame is as current as the latest Twitter post.
This week on PodKats! I sat down with David Copperfield at the hangar where he parks his private jet.
Penn & Teller visited a haunted Las Vegas hotel on “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who” on the WB Kids network.
The show’s creators, Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, led around 20 members of the writing staff on a three-day fact-finding mission to Las Vegas.
Sarah Jessica Parker will meet fans, and play customer service rep at Bellagio on Sunday and Monday.
“Atomic Saloon Show’s” Madame Boozy Skunkton says, “This is a brothel! It’s no place for romance!”
During a weekend reunion of many of their cast members over the decades, Siegfried and Roy have dismissed the account of the trainer who has claimed Roy Horn’s actions led to the incident that led to the end of the show.
Edinburgh Castle is is not a place you would see a male dance revue.
Westgate GM Cami Christensen, who dates to the days of Quarks, led a soaring celebration.