MGM Resorts International is converting the Las Vegas Village and Route 91 Harvest music festival site into parking for events at Allegiant Stadium, and also a community and athletic center.
“O” opened Oct. 17, 1998, the first production show ever on the Strip to command a $100 ticket price.
Jen Kramer, a Yale graduate, is the only female headliner among more than 20 magic/mentalist/hypnotist productions currently running in Las Vegas.
Dionne Warwick’s residency continues Caesars Entertainment’s vision to turn Cleopatra’s Barge into a small showroom.
Tommy Wind is back in residency at Night Owl Showroom with “Amazing Magic Starring Tommy Wind” at Hooters/OYO Hotel Casino beginning at 3 p.m. Oct. 24.
The new entrepreneur saved her money while living at the Strat from 2013-17, when she was the star of “Pin Up.”
The 12-foot-tall Philippe Starck-designed metal duck at the Sahara pool is headed for Reno.
Frankie Moreno has topped the Billboard charts again in two categories this month, with his piano instrumental “Pianoforte.”
It’s hard to get more timely than the ambitious new drama, even though it was first sold as a feature script all the way back in 2005.
The destruction and removal of the Philippe Starck -designed statue has sparked debate about why the roundish figure wasn’t given a stay of execution.
The 32-foot-tall structure was taken down Tuesday night, headed to the dumpster as part of owner Alex Meruelo’s re-branding of SLS Las Vegas.
Troy Burgess left Cher’s 1989-90 world tour for a sitcom set in the 1970s, called “Have a Nice Day.” Burgess would play a stoner kid.
Daniel Emmet revisited a tense and triumphant time Sunday night in opening his “All That I Am” residency series at Caesars Palace.
The point of it “Candy World” at Light? It was Guy Laliberte’s 60th birthday, for starters.
Shania Twain has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, and is the top-selling female country solo artist ever.