In a world where resort sales are not official until the involved parties sign documents, it’s safe to say that one famous Las Vegas hotel might not survive the summer. That hotel is the Riviera.
Coming off a quickie tour of Paris and Zurich, in which he was promoting the city on behalf of the LVCVA, Frankie Moreno has found a temporary venue. Well, it’s actually a permanent venue, but temporary for him as …
“Duck Commander Musical” charts the unlikely path to fame of the Robertson family of “Duck Dynasty” fame, the clan from Monroe, La., who parlayed a duck call — the Duck Commander — into a retail and entertainment empire.
The 1976-’77 Runnin Rebels, the university’s first Final Four squad, were a team that surpassed 100 points 23 times that season and averaged 107 points per game. This high-octane output was produced in the grainy era before the advent of a shot clock or 3-point line.
The building was never known for its cooperation. From when it opened in 1970 as the Royal Inn to its days as the Paddlewheel, Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Hotel, WWF hotel-casino and Greek Isles, nothing ever …
It’s all about the romance, to a point. As The Beatles once said, “All You Need Is Love.” But they also said, “Money (That’s What I Want).” Nonetheless, enjoy this lovely data.
Months before they were to unleash the rock ’n’ roll from a temporary, cylindrical, Target-stamped enclave on Fremont Street, members of Imagine Dragons took to a tour bus and talked about their new album and love for Las Vegas.
Our city’s latest implosion isn’t the most massive undertaking on the to-do list of Lorenzo Doumani, owner of the Clarion resort and its surrounding property. In fact, the implosion, scheduled for Tuesday, isn’t even the biggest project for Doumani this month.
A rarity among rarities has been installed at “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” at Luxor. A cherub that was one of two such pieces flanking the grand staircase leading to the ship’s first-class deck has been restored …
Monday’s show starred “Fantasy” producer Anita Mann; Smith Center President Myron Martin; Harrah’s comedy magician headliner Mac King; “Frank: The Man, The Music” star Bob Anderson; “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers” singer Nicole Kaplan; and my colleague the Ubiquitous Robin Leach.
Holly Madison takes after former business partners at 1923; Cosmopolitan seizes control of Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
What is happening this week strays from a pure business dispute, delving into unsettling allegations of surreptitious videotaping of disrobing dancers and terse denials by the accused.
It turns out the hubbub on Fremont East for Sunday’s Grammy Awards telecast starring Imagine Dragons is more akin to a music video than rock concert.
As they say on the streets of VegasVille, it’s all a big numbers game. Maybe they don’t say that. But we do work with the figures, statistics-wise, in The Kats Report. Some numerical data from the week gone by:
The live performance will accompany a report about Container Park, highlighting Sunday’s Grammys Awards on CBS.
The Kats Report Bureau at this writing is the 19th annual Jeff Molitz Super Bowl Party and Fried Food Extravaganza. This is the most prominent gathering of influential people anywhere in VegasVille, or Green Valley, which is …