Barry Manilow’s “All the Hits” show is back Sept. 17-19, with select dates in October, November and December.
Penn Jillette says, “These are tricks you can do at your home to amuse, or annoy, your friends and family.”
Frankie Moreno says of The Amp in North Las Vegas, “I had never seen this place until a couple of weeks ago and I was totally blown away.”
Guy Laliberté says, “I am deciding whether or not I’m going to jump into that wrestling ring …”
If these performances come off as scheduled, “Hilarious 7,” late of the Night Owl Showroom at Oyo, would be — at this writing — the first ticketed show in the city to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cirque CEO Daniel Lamarre mapped the company’s ongoing revenue challenges during a phone chat last week.
Before the shutdown, “The Bachelor” came to town. Specifically, “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart,” recorded in February at Park MGM and T-Mobile Arena.
The debut of “Love” was highly anticipated, to put it mildly. The theater had been dark for nearly three years, and a couple of Beatles were in the house.
After being called out by Axl Rose, the treasury secretary responded, “What have you done for the country lately?” with a Liberian flag emoji.
When Marie Osmond and Tedy Bruschi responded to “A Night Of Hope” requests, pastor Jud Wilhite says, “I was dancing around the room.”