Yves "JetMan" Rossy Friday morning delayed his rocket flight through the Grand Canyon, saying he needed more time to practice.
Smith Center Performing Arts Center President Myron Martin says, “There is no doubt in my mind that the Smith Center is going to play an important role in the comeback of Las Vegas.”
The restaurant will be offering a limited menu of two salads, four pastas, three pizzas and a family meal option that will change weekly.
Davy’s at ReBar in downtown Las Vegas will kick off its Boardwalk Liquors drive up booze sales Thursday in front of the bar in the Arts District.
George Maloof said of “Uncle” Phil Maloof: “He was a great man who loved his dogs and his collection of classic cars, art, and theater pipe organs.”
New York-New York executive Cynthia Kiser Murphey says, “We put the heart up there simply as a message to tell people how much we care about them, in a real simple and authentic way.”
Makers & Finders will offer complimentary beer and cider with orders of $40 or more starting Saturday while supplies last.
Vocalist Bryan Hopkins of Elvis Monroe sings, “I’ve said stories about my life. Sounds like I’ve lived on the front lines.”
Orders still are being taken by Bagel Cafe, Rooster Boy Cafe and Weiss Restaurant, Deli & Bakery for Passover dinners and a la carte favorites like matzo ball soup and chopped liver.
Joe Exotic wants Brad Pitt or “Joe Dirt” (actor David Spade) to play him in a movie. Spade is 4-1 at BetOnline.ag to be cast as Exotic. Kevin Bacon is the +150 favorite.
Las Vegas entrepreneurs say government aid programs are confusing, and so far don’t address the issue of business interruption insurance.