As it is renovation as Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Hard Rock Hotel will shut down entirely in the first week of February, re-launching in late 2020.
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.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center has hosted more than 500 music shows, and nearly 100 viewing parties.
The show will continue with ace keyboardist and Fator’s road sidekick Bill Zappia performing the backing music to tracks.
“Blanc de Blanc” is created by Australia’s independent Strut & Fret Production House, which has its hand in multiple touring productions, including “Blanc de Blanc Encore.”
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.
Human Nature opened a decade ago at Imperial Palace, and continues to churn out Motown hits.
This week on PodKats!, Ross Mollison says, sure, he’ll buy Cirque du Soleil — at the right price.
Whenever a major hotel-casino opened in Las Vegas, Cashman Photo would invariably begin working from the new resort.
UFC legend and action-film star Randy Couture joined the fray at Mondays Dark, playing harmonica on “A Hard Day’s Night.”
New York Post’s Page Six reported Barry Manilow’s run at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre has been a “flop” because of sagging ticket sales.
Human Nature and “Legends In Concert” led a lineup of headliners at the AFAN Black & White Party.
Matt Goss’ song about chasing fame is as current as the latest Twitter post.
This week on PodKats! I sat down with David Copperfield at the hangar where he parks his private jet.
Penn & Teller visited a haunted Las Vegas hotel on “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who” on the WB Kids network.
Sarah Jessica Parker will meet fans, and play customer service rep at Bellagio on Sunday and Monday.