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.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s board of directors agreed to negotiate a six-month trial contract that would allow the Big Bus private tour company to share four stops with the popular Deuce and Strip & Downtown Express routes.
Two Metropolitan Police Department officers were hospitalized with minor injuries after a Friday evening crash near Caesars Palace.
Vanity opened at the start of 2010, but won’t survive 2017 amid major renovations at Hard Rock Hotel.
Aria is suing a former executive, Mi Morse, and The Cosmopolitan, alleging Morse took Aria’s confidential information before leaving in late 2016 and is now using it to solicit Aria’s most well-heeled customers to gamble at The Cosmopolitan.
Brian Dewhurst ran away with the circus at age 13; his son, Nicky, was hanging around the tent at an even younger age.
Calling all magicians, jugglers, acrobats and silent comedians with tape on their faces: “America’s Got Talent” is hosting open auditions Jan. 19 at Bally’s.
Two Strip properties were without power for about an hour early Wednesday morning, and an MGM Resorts spokeswoman said the outage was wind-related.
Buddy Greco headlined at such legendary hotel-casinos as the Sands, Desert Inn and Flamingo during his years in Las Vegas. His final public appearance was at the venerable Italian American Club in August 2015.
Mike Tyson promises to teach Chris Brown “every dirty trick in the book” for Brown’s reported three-round bout against Soulja Boy.
“There is nothing quite the same as being onstage and being able to have a relationship with an audience that feeds you,” Cranston said.
Bryan Cranston said playing Donald Trump would be an appealing project while in Vegas to support his friend John Walsh and attend the Canon U.S.A. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children gala at the Bellagio.
After a wave of show closings, new strategies emerge for marketing to millennials and last-minute buyers.