Katy Perry came to Vegas for the MAGIC fashion convention, launching a spring 2017 collection of shoes and drawing hundreds of admirers.
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Star DJs are constantly flying from city to city, more than all other musicians, logging more in-flight hours than airline workers are allowed to fly by law.
In 2013, professional ballroom dancer Adrianne Haslett-Davis lost her left leg to the terrorist attack that bent but never broke Boston. Since then, the 35-year-old motivational speaker has been seizing life on a carbon-fiber blade prosthetic.
Since Donald Trump went from reality TV to presidential candidate, who would be a better celebrity to run for the job in 2020?
Washington Nationals All-Star Bryce Harper has a new $2.7 million, 7,400-square-foot home in Henderson.
At Caesars Palace’s 50th anniversary gala on Saturday, Tony Bennett’s voice soared bigger than almost every star who normally performs on the Strip.
Jay Sarno Jr., son of Caesars Palace founder Jay Sarno, helped celebrate the careers of four employees who have worked at Caesars for 50 years. They had plenty of interesting insights to share during the event on Friday.
Charges of bribery, embezzlement and conspiracy have been dropped against Pasquale Rotella, the Electric Daisy Carnival guru who’s married to Holly Madison.
Critic aggregator Rotten Tomatoes scores “Jason Bourne” a 57 percent “fresh” rating (basically meaning 57 percent of national reviews are thumbs up).
Authorities said the mysterious object on Wednesday was a Chinese rocket re-entering the atmosphere.
Mike Tsolinas, the former KTNV-TV, Channel 13 “Good Morning Las Vegas” team member, died at age 57 three weeks after coming down with flulike symptoms.
First, Iggy Azalea Instagrammed a backside “#Vegas” selfie in a bikini. Next, the Australian rapper showed up with rapper French Montana at Planet Hollywood to watch Jennifer Lopez’s show.
Jennifer Lopez is throwing a 47th birthday party in a $35,000-a-night suite on Sunday, and it appears she’s invited a few stars in town.
The “Sharknado” star abruptly ended an interview on McCarthy’s SiriusXM radio show after McCarthy kept asking about Reid’s old plastic surgery.
A Forbes article on her relationship with Century Properties in the Philippines, glowingly tells us she’s planning to open hotels in Vegas, New York and Dubai.
A Bay Area punk guitarist claims in a viral Facebook post she was sexually assaulted, handcuffed and humiliated at XS nightclub. In a written statement Sunday, the Wynn said it was up to police and the courts to investigate and prosecute assaults, but that it had offered “whatever assistance we can” to the woman.
Chris Paul started building education centers after he and his wife visited schools for his son and settled on a “first class” one with smart boards and “computers everywhere.” “All I could think was, ‘This is amazing. We’re so blessed and fortunate we can do this for our kids. But what about the other people growing up on the other side of town, and those kids?’”
A political reporter is asserting Dana White’s endorsement of Donald Trump could hurt Trump because White has tweeted “sexist and violent threats at his critics.”
Chris Brown’s Vegas gigs are in limbo, but Drai’s nightclub hopes to bring the tough-guy singer and his entourage back to the city.
“Vegas Dave” Oancea is still sweet on Miesha “Cupcake” Tate even though he lost a $1 million bet on her Saturday during the UFC 200.
Liddell sees strong up-and-coming fighters on the horizon so he’s still optimistic for the UFC’s year to come, starting with Saturday’s UFC 200.
Las Vegan Billy Gaines is overseeing the World Series of Beer Pong at the Westgate hotel after undergoing open-heart surgery seven months ago. Gaines is only 35, an engineer who swims competitively. But his heart started doing something funny/not funny, possibly because of genetics or stress.
From bathrooms to restaurants to DJs, social media influencers reviewed nearly every aspect of their Las Vegas Fourth of July holiday weekend experiences.
After performing farewell shows two years ago because of a serious heart ailment, the magician-mocker and prankster says on Facebook he is going to try performing again. “I’ve decided to see if I have the stamina to do a full show again,” he writes.
It’s finally happening — Floyd Mayweather is opening a strip club in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas boxing champ has been the king of “making it rain” at strip clubs (actually, he might be Earth’s reigning rainmaker) by flipping cash stacks at dancer booties for years.
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