Jimmy Kimmel was presented a replica 1990 UNLV National Championship ring at his comedy-club opening.
John Katsilometes’ man-about-town column appears on daily on page 3A. Katsilometes moved to Las Vegas from Northern California in 1996 and spent two years with the RJ before moving to the Greenspun Media Group in 1998, where he served as an editor, magazine writer and columnist. He returned to the RJ in August 2016. He has won numerous state and regional awards, including the 2013 Nevada Press Association Journalist of the Year honor, and has been awarded three times for column writing by the Best of the West contest.
Ex-NFL star, ex-convict and current Las Vegas O.J. Simpson is sure to be a force on Twitter.
For a night, XS Nightclub was dubbed Jurassic Park. A giant sign at Encore Beach Club flaunted that title.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman welcomed Steve Aoki to the stage Thursday night at Fremont Street Experience.
“Pawn Stars” founder Rick Harrison says, “We’ll be traveling around the world, looking for items of interest.”
Jimmy Kimmel’s philanthropic plan from JKCC is still taking shape, but he is planning to donate profits to charity.
Steve Aoki will be on hand as FSE Viva Vision light show is premiering the first completed section in its $32 million overhaul.
“Frankie Moreno Live in Las Vegas” has debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. That same album is also No. 71 on the Billboard Current Album charts.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett flew through “Cheek to Cheek” and “The Lady is a Tramp” at Park Theater.
Celin Dion’s sons trooped out to present their legendary mom with two bouquets of red roses — and another, single white rose.
Celine Dion was greeted with a full-throated roar and a standing ovation from the start as she opened her 1,144th and final show Saturday night at the Colosseum.
“Celestia,” the tented wonder at The STRAT, carries an inescapable similarity to the Strip’s predominant production company.
Construction of the Colosseum and the signing of Celine wiped out plans to renovate the legendary Circus Maximus Showroom.
One co-star plays Harry Potter. The other plays all other 350 characters in a new Harry Potter parody.