Circa co-owner Derek Stevens said of the “MoDot” mistake, “We thought, let’s just build the building and make it look like it’s supposed to.”
COVID-19 task force head Jim Murren supported a safe return of live entertainment shows while being part of the show in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts has laid off previously furloughed workers, accepting the reality that the venue will not be open until after spring 2021.
“Absinthe” returned to the game packing a pair of aces Wednesday night — original artists from the show’s opening in April 2011.
The Las Vegas Raiders owner was among those in attendance at the grand opening of Circa.
Greg Stevens isn’t quite the silent partner in the Circa empire. He’s just not as demonstrative as his brother and business partner, Derek Stevens.
Renowned author Jack Sheehan has been developing a project centered on his time with the legendary drug kingpin and Las Vegas high roller Jimmy Chagra.
Derek Stevens’ new Mega Bar at Circa is 65 feet long, putting the operator’s big personality to the test.
Resorts World President Scott Sibella said of a budding crisis with Veags artists, “We never wanted to offend anyone.”
Michael Jackson tribute artists Jalles Franca and Santana Jackson are not masked per pandemic directives, but they’ll wear the glove.
Lester Holt says he’s talking to Las Vegans who are asking, “How much can we take? Where does the fight against COVID end, and the fight for the economy begin?”
With the cast wearing masks, “X Country” played to a limited-capacity, socially distant crowd on Thursday.
David Copperfield owns the largest collection of Houdini artifacts in the world. He’s being honored with his hero in December.
The Discovery Children’s Museum’s first virtual “non gala” will be hosted by Clint Holmes and feature performances by Jewel, Mat Franco and Matt Goss.