Steve Cutler’s multimillion-dollar casino-memorabilia collection has been in storage for years. He’s making another push to put it on display in Las Vegas.
Jeff Leibow of “Jersey Boys” at Paris Las Vegas has learned several instruments — and also how to write computer code.
Terry Fator is 14-10, but a cluster of prognosticators are in pursuit as the Sun handicapping contest heats up.
The “Wheel of Death” in “Zarkana” is, as its name indicates, one of Cirque du Soleil’s riskier acts. The injuries do not seem serious, and Cirque says “Wheel of Death” is to return to the show upon the artist’s return.
Cirque du Soleil still has a lot to say about its safety precautions after the death of “Ka” artist Sarah Guillot-Guyard.
Penn Jillette is asking for nearly $1 million to fund “Director’s Cut” and is using his infamous hot tub as a money-raising attraction.
Jimmy Kimmel’s talk show goes into a commercial break, but that doesn’t mean rest for the busy host. The audience applauds vigorously, obeying the command of the illuminated applause sign hanging high in the cozy ABC studio.
Nevada OSHA has concluded that “Ka” artist Sarah Guillot-Guyard fell after the wire rope suspending her during the show’s Final Battle scene broke, causing her to fall a reported 94 feet to the floor.
What was the best use of a potato at Life Is Beautiful in downtown Las Vegas over the weekend? Chef Kerry Simon has the answer.
There was a moment when entering a downtown speakeasy was not so easy, but Life Is Beautiful has opened the door to downtown to everyone.
“Million Dollar Quartet” has invited Holly Madison to sing a very Vegas song in its show at Harrah’s.
Ringo keeps beat with ‘The Golden Drums’; cast shuffle at ‘Rock of Ages’; Hertzenberg flourishes at Foundation Room
During an appearance in Los Angeles this week, Ringo Starr said an extended engagement for his All-Star Band is not out of the question.
Betty Buckley appears at Smith Center this weekend but was once a headliner at Ham Hall when a billionaire delayed a show for her arrival.
Ty Murray looks at his 2-year-old son Kase and wonders if the little boy will one day want to compete in rodeo.
Michael Douglas remembers ‘easier’ era of fame; Mary Steenburgen (theatrically) graces Binion’s lounge
Oscar winner Michael Douglas used to visit Las Vegas with his dad in the 1960s and found it more fun to be famous then than today.