“Absinthe” is among some shows trying to remain open in the Nevada governor’s latest COVID directive.
Raiders owner Mark Davis has delivered, for real, on his promise of a steak dinner for the thousands of workers who built Allegiant Stadium.
Oscar Goodman says of his friendship with Tony Spilotro “It was a very cordial relationship. He needed me to keep him out of prison, and I needed him to have the kind of cases that really were the best cases in the world for a criminal defense attorney.”
Rooms at Mirage and Mandalay Bay will close at noon Mondays and reopen at noon Thursdays.
The entertainer promises a full-career experience in “Donny,” opening in August 2021.
Mat Franco says of his plans to return to Linq Hotel: “We’re making changes as changes are happening around us.”
Tracey Davis wrote a best-selling book about her father, Sammy Davis Jr., which is set to be made into a biopic.
“Zumanity,” Cirque du Soleil’s adult production at New York-New York, employed about 120 artists, crew and support staff. The show is closing after 17 years and 7,700 shows.
David Copperfield says “an abundance of caution” has forced his show to halt after 17 performances.
Rise, a grassroots initiative, is spearheaded by none other than Franco Dragone, who clearly wants to return to Vegas.
In helping launch LifeSet Program in Las Vegas, Steven Tyler says, “We blew the doors off the town and they still welcomed us with arms wide open.”
“Extravagana’s” reopening date is just ahead of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s two-week deadline for COVID numbers to trend downward.