Lon Bronson is one of the city’s most-respected musicians, and he’s geared up to play a second show at Cabaret Jazz in Smith Center.
Mark Shunock bounced back quickly from the closing of the Act to move “Mondays Dark,” his talk show-styled charity showcase, to Body English.
Wayne Newton has won the Golden Nerf twice, and after a slow start has overtaken Mirage headliner Terry Fator.
Liberace’s famed collection has not been open to the public since the Liberace Museum closed three years ago.
The bid that won the storied Stirling Club at Turnberry Place was made in an act of high-stakes gamesmanship.
Soon we’ll be in Macau. But before then, it’s rake time with Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon and a quartet of Las Vegas bands battling to play National Finals Rodeo.
Anthony Bourdain caught up with a famous former mayor and a not-so-famous, but terrific, lounge performer during his sweep of Vegas. Bourdain also stopped at Atomic Liquors, Lotus of Siam in the Commercial Center and Raku in Chinatown on Spring Mountain Road. His take on the quick tour? “I think snarky food writers are wary of the fact that (Lotus) has been overpraised, but it has not been overpraised. I’ve been to Northern Thailand, and it’s a very specifically delicious type of Thai food. It really is a great restaurant. It’s as good as they say.”
Priscilla Presley showed up at the Lounge at the Palms last Saturday. It was not a random appearance.
Oscar and Carolyn Goodman have been locked in a tight battle all season in their own NFL handicapping competition.
Human Nature is seizing the holiday spirit to produce a video and CD that is a departure from the group’s Motown-inspired stage show.
The sprawling, illuminated Ethel M Holiday Cactus Garden in Henderson covers a lot of territory and uses a lot of lights. How much territory and how many lights? Read on.
Comedian Lewis Black has learned to work a crowd by playing Las Vegas audiences filled with people from across the country.
Criss Angel has weathered a rough start, illness and injury to propel the success of “Believe” onstage at Luxor and, now, on TV.
OSHA investigating ‘Zarkana’ accident; Strip entertainers boost LVA; Lacey Schwimmer returns to the stage
OSHA is conducting another investigation into a Cirque du Soleil show after a “Wheel of Death” artist was injured Friday night at Aria.
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. remember following a legendary Las Vegas lounge act during their first Strip appearance as 5th Dimension.