A political dispute has stripped next year’s Burlesque Hall of Fame festival of its greatest living legend.
Stan Lee’s favorite member of his original Marvel Comics characters is The Thing. “He’s cute,” Lee says.
Contradictory show closings can drive a columnist to argue with himself.
P Moss opened a club for punk rockers 24 years ago, and the rockers from a nearby cafe made the place a success.
A $1.9 million contract was awarded to a team of transit experts who will develop a “high capacity transit plan” aimed at relieving congestion in Southern Nevada, including a light rail route that could connect McCarran International Airport, the Strip and downtown Las Vegas.
Jeff Civillico’s act is inherently physical, which is why he has undergone surgery for a “wear-and-tear” knee injury.
Ryan Schmitt is a familiar face in downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip, an artist who turns balloons into all sorts of everyday objects, such as hats and bicycles.
A man accused of attacking three black people on the Strip and shouting “White power!” and “Donald Trump!” is not facing a hate crime charge. Originally booked on a battery hate crime charge, Manuel Contreras is now facing three counts of misdemeanor battery with no hate crime enhancements.
Jerry Lopez can play anything by ear, except when he can’t hear, which happened while on tour with Ricky Martin.
Zoning discussions about a planned expansion of the Las Vegas Monorail have been postponed again and moved to the Dec. 20 meeting of the Clark County Commission.