Various strip casinos like the Aria, Palazzo and Bellagio have decorations strung up in preparation for Chinese New Year 2017, which begins on Saturday, January 28.
Vince Neil appeared on “Celebrity Apprentice” to honor his late friend and star chef Kerry Simon. He wound up raising $770,000 for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Cindy Blackman was a star musician long before she joined Santana’s band. She continues to shine as a solo artist while performing with her husband.
Scott Kreeger worked at resorts on and off the Strip for more than two decades, opening Red Rock Resort and steering SLS Las Vegas for more than two years.
Cirque du Soleil’s arena show is up to the company’s usual high standards, but the movie tie-in doesn’t add enough cinematic narrative.
The Piano Guys performed “Fight Song” at the Liberty Ball on Friday night, rankling the song’s writer and performer, Rachel Platten.
A 22-year-old Arizona man accused of raping and trying to kill a woman inside his Vdara hotel room has been indicted, prosecutors said Thursday.
Andre Agassi might wince at acclaim for his charity work, but he’s made a lot of folks smile.
Sig Rogich paid $1 for “God Bless The USA” during Ronald Reagan’s re-election campaign. It was money well spent.
Penn and Emily Jillette head up a list of celebrity couples performing “Love Letters” next month at The Space.
The Academy of Country Music Awards are lassoing a new home in Vegas.
Lee Greenwood sang, played bass and dealt blackjack during his days as a rising entertainer at the Tropicana.
Claire Sinclair, singer Natalie Brown and the hard-charging cast of “Pin Up” were told Sunday night the show’s final performance will be March 4.
Tony Orlando will appear during the inaguration of President Trump on Friday night, in a show of support for veterans and military personnel.
“External Forces,” would be an apt title for a radio show. The wild world of morning programming is often dictated by outside external, and unanticipated, decisions from on high.