William Shatner hails from Montreal, Cirque’s home town, and is just a couple months older than renowned “Mystere” artist Brian Dewhurst.
If the audience paying homage to Tony Sacca on Monday afternoon could have spoken with one voice, it would have said, “Tony, we’re gonna need a bigger room.”
Tourists are accustomed to marveling at Paris Las Vegas’ faux Eiffel Tower and The Mirage’s volcano, but many did a double take Sunday morning when they spied eight Clydesdale horses clip-clopping their way down the famous Strip.
Vanilla Ice hearkened to the ’90s with a packed party at the Hard Rock Hotel; Oscar Goodman favors the Atlanta Falcons — but Mayor Carolyn is likely to hedge that bet.
A man was detained after somebody shot a gun at a club west of the Las Vegas Strip early Friday morning.
The owners of a run-down apartment complex in the shadow of the Strip have sold to a big casino operator.
Katherine Cook, 28, was critically injured Dec. 9 while trying to cross a crosswalk at West Bellagio Drive on the Las Vegas Strip. She had a red pedestrian signal at the time, and the westbound taxicab had a green light.
People who create art tend to be touchy about the people who view art becoming too familiar with it. That’s why velvet ropes and humorless guards are fixtures at art museums and why taking a photograph of a painting is considered almost as forbidden as spitting on a van Gogh.
Willie Nelson, returning to full health from a recent illness, unveiled his line of cannabis on Main Street in the Arts District on Tuesday night.
Tony Sacca always had something going on. He relished new projects, whether it was his Las Vegas Rocks Café restaurant and showroom downtown at Neonopolis or his musical/comedy adventure through our city’s history, “Vegas the Story.”