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.
Carla Pellegrino, who spends ample time at Bratalian restaurant in Henderson, is a first-time contestant in the Chase for the Golden Nerf.
Two big names are hosting events this weekend to benefit charities. While celebrities will play poker to support Brad Garrett’s foundation, “Jersey Boys” cast member Jeff Leibow will raise money with a concert as he continues his work to raise funding to fight NF.
The renovated Tropicana Theater is hosting that hotel’s first resident musical production since “Folies Bergere” closed four years ago, and it’s a proven hit on the Strip. “Mamma Mia!” is returning to Las Vegas, set to open at the Trop in the spring of 2014.
“Jubilee!” at Bally’s hasn’t had an upgrade since the mid-1990s but has recruited Beyonce’s choreographer to revitalize the show, whose audience isn’t getting any younger. “This needs to be a party,” Frank Gatson Jr. says.
The new Chelsea, opening in late December, seems every bit as impressive as similar Las Vegas entertainment venues.
The sound of a bass emanates from the Mo5aic show at Shimmer Cabaret in LVH, but don’t be fooled.
No official reason has been given for the ceasing of operations at the ultra-risqué club the Act, which opened in October 2012 as a much-hyped outpost of the Box in New York and Box Soho in London.
Reportedly, the winning bid was at or around $10.5 million and was issued by a party who is not a Turnberry Place resident.