Carlos Santana remembers The Beatles’ singing, “She Loves You,” but soon burst out after watching Bob Dylan.
Cosmopolitan expects to finish an expansion of its 24-hour convenience store during the third quarter.
Brynn Coseru, a mother of two young children who’s been a synchronized swimmer in Cirque’s aquatic classic “O” for 11 years, is in training at Touro University for what she’s going to do when her body can no longer take the wear and tear — she’s going to be an occupational therapist.
During a table reading for “Sex Tips For a Straight Woman From a Gay Man,” Kendra Wilkinson arrived at a table reading — and had already memorized the show’s script.
Lon Bronson’s first call upon hearing of Gregg Allman’s death was to Jim Buck. Buck was busy, but he found a way to play “Whipping Post” to honor Allman.
What started as a peaceful protest Sunday turned bloody after a brawl broke out in a crosswalk on the Strip. Several people were arrested or cited after protesters briefly blocked traffic on the Strip near The Venetian during a demonstration that protesters dubbed “Black Lives Still Don’t Matter.”
“Men of the Strip” was to have opened last Thursday, but creator and co-producer Jeff Timmons is buying time for some buzz.
Rob Lyons originated the role of Carl Perkins in “Million Dollar Quartet” at Harrah’s. He and his family are leaving soon to chase career opportunities in London.
In his debut at Treasuer Island, Joel McHale recalls putting Chevey Chase on the ground with a self-defense move — Chase asked for it — and was mistaken for Daniel Tosh in a newspaper interview.