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.
“Atomic Saloon Show’s” Madame Boozy Skunkton says, “This is a brothel! It’s no place for romance!”
Edinburgh Castle is is not a place you would see a male dance revue.
Westgate GM Cami Christensen, who dates to the days of Quarks, led a soaring celebration.
Frank Marino is joining “Legends in Concert,” and the run will close the curtain for Marino’s Joan Rivers character.
Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison has threatened to end his financial investment in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe because of Brexit uncertainty.
An invitation-only reading for “Goodman: An American Musical” is set for later this month in New York City.
Cherry Boom Boom thunders through 70 minutes with five dancers, a host and a lotta rock ‘n’ roll.
Hans Klok introduced the legendary duo with, “The reason I am in magic tonight, my friends in magic, Siegfried and Roy!
The four-time Super Bowl champ is once more behind center, barking out the next play, with “The Terry Bradshaw Show” running Thursday through Sunday at Luxor.
Pat Benatar remembers, In the beginning, Las Vegas was not for people like us, it was taboo, you weren’t even supposed to play there.
Hotel Apache itself dates to 1932, a time when Model Ts parked outside the property and guests were titillated to ride the first electric elevator ever in Las Vegas.