Left without a home in December, the Las Vegas Wranglers are likely staying in Las Vegas for the 2014-’15 season.
Jeff Ray played multiple roles as a musician in “Jersey Boys.” He died, tragically and inexplicably, after being struck by a train Saturday afternoon in Washington state.
Give The Jacksons any sort of stage plot, and they’ll figure out how to make it work. The surviving members of The Jackson 5 are in promotional mode to generate buzz about their 40 appearances beginning Feb. 20 at PH Showroom.
Holly Madison’s contact with Anita Mann is solid gold; Matt Goss makes waves with new dates at Caesars
Anita Mann has for decadess danced in, choreographed and produced shows onstage and on television. She’s fond of Holly Madison.
Marc Savard was stunned at the news over the weekend that his friend and fellow Las Vegas hypnotist Scott Lewis had died after a fall from a balcony in Sydney, Australia.
The future of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas hinges on a counteroffer from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association to local tourism officials set for Tuesday.
“Panda!” has Olympican pedigree and Olympic-quality talent. And, it has many guys dressed as pandas.
The Jacksons — brothers Jackie, Marlon, Jermaine and Tito — will alternate performances in “Rocktellz & Cocktails” beginning Feb. 20 at PH Showroom in Planet Hollywood.
In late 2013, it seemed “Raiding the Rock Vault” would not survive December at LVH. But the loud-and-proud production is back Jan. 24.
Clint Holmes notches another ‘piece of recognition’; Claire Sinclair-Stratosphere make a commitment; Jim Rogers hangs ‘for sale’ sign on some classics
Clint Holmes has found fulfillment and acclaim in New York and one day hopes to take his play to Broadway.
Meat Loaf is ready; The Jacksons, Pat Benatar, REO Speedwagon and Roger Daltrey in discussion for ‘Rocktellz’
Meat Loaf is returning to PH Showroom for another run in “Rocktellz & Cocktails” as producer Adam Steck turns to other stars to perform under that title in 2014.
John Woodrum was long concerned about the safety of pedestrians scrambling across the Strip from his Klondike Hotel to the busy Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Those on the 2013 Three to Watch list had wildly divergent years. The 2014 list is similarly diverse. First, let’s take a look at the three newsmakers who were the focus of the 2013 Three to Watch list.
Billy Johnson on Boyd and the Orleans: ‘If the Wranglers are not part of their plan, we respect that right’
I met up with Wranglers President Billy Johnson in a UNLV parking lot on Wednesday afternoon, and gosh if he didn’t show the wear and tear of trying to save a minor-league hockey team.
The much-anticipated Rose. Rabbit. Lie. opened with its first dinner sitting, followed by Spiegelworld’s “Vegas Nocturne,” as the Cosmopolitan blasted into the New Year.