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Photo: Frank Sinatra Jr. didn't have to become a singer,
Getting a kick out of Junior
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Why did he do it? Why did Junior decide to—dare to—become, of all things, a singer? Had he become a doctor or a lawyer, his name would have been a garland, a laurel, instead of a source of comparison and rebuke.
Opening the Male
Friday, July 31, 2009
Show explores relationships, what’s inside men’s heads
Calling his one-man show “The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?” was risky for comedian Robert Dubac. “The title seems to scare men away a little bit, just because they’re kind of tired of getting male-bashed,” Dubac says from his home in Telluride, Colo. “But then they come and realize it’s just an instrument to lure the women in so we can make fun of them.”
Photo: Shecky Greene illo
Lounge icon hates the city he loves
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Vintage Vegas: After a decade-long hiatus, the consummate Vegas comedian Shecky Greene is returning to perform — hopefully, reluctantly
Sonny King, Bernie Allen and other Vegas entertainers talked about comedian Shecky Greene as an icon of Las Vegas. Former Sun columnist Joe Delaney, too, spoke fondly of the brilliant Greene. They painted him as a messiah of mirth.
Band keeps the sound alive at the Suncoast
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
The Buckinghams had that Fab Five look and a name that could skirt them alongside other great bands of the British invasion. Songs like "Kind of a Drag" earned the Chicago-born band top stages and national attention.
Photo: The Las Vegas Tenors, from left, are Bill Fayne, B
Group performs old favorites in a new way
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Bill Fayne, Bobby Black and Teddy Davey call themselves the Las Vegas Tenors, a trio who perform through the encyclopedia of the American musical experience.
Photo: Sixities cover band The Overtures, clockwise from
London cover band brings '60s sound to Las Vegas
Friday, January 23, 2009
A 1960s cover band known for its ripping renditions of Beatles pop and rock songs will debut at the Suncoast Casino & Hotel Friday to Sunday.
Photo: Wes Winters, whose act pays tribute to Liberace, p
Show pays tribute to Liberace, Manilow, other legends
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Known for bedazzling fans with sparkling suits in his energetic Liberace tribute show, Las Vegas entertainer Wes Winters will be reaching back to other legends at his variety show Friday to Sunday in the Suncoast Casino Showroom.
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Group paying tribute to Frankie Valli
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Michael Chapman hopes that people will walk away from his new show at the Suncoast Casino & Hotel saying "Oh, what a night."
Photo: Valley resident and Strip performer Clint Holmes.
Clint Holmes celebrates Christmas at the Suncoast
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Family and friends are at the forefront of Clint Holmes' holiday concert in the Suncoast showroom.
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Suncoast hits the islands for the holidays
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
If Christmas seems a bit out of place in the balmy Las Vegas winters, it seems fitting that "Mele Kalikimaka: A Hawaiian Christmas" continues to play to a local audience at the Suncoast showroom Friday through Sunday.
Photo: Susan Anton, 57, who performed at the Flamingo fro
Radiant Anton lights up showrooms here and in Palm Springs
Thursday, October 2, 2008
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The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies plays to sold-out audiences each year at the Plaza Theatre in the California desert town.
Photo: Henderson resident Maura Harrower signs to a piece
Pageant crowns Ms. Senior Nevada
Thursday, September 4, 2008
The contest was open to all women in Nevada who have reached the age of 60, or "the age of elegance," said Charlie Christy, executive director and president of Ms. Senior Nevada. The contestants in this year's pageant were all between the ages of 60 and 70.
Photo: John Vanderburg Elementary School student Rachel Z
Henderson girl, 8, plays piano to win Suncoast talent contest
Thursday, September 4, 2008
As 8-year-old Rachel Zhang's fingers touched the piano, she began with a rather simple rendition of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" that amused the audience.
Photo: David Brenner
David Brenner, stuck at home
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Off the Strip: For two weeks a month he’s in Vegas with his kids, but it’s been a year since he’s performed here
Somewhere between his life as an Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker and his career as one of the most recognizable comedians in the country, the world became complicated for David Brenner.
Elegant, senior women compete for crown
Friday, August 22, 2008
A sellout crowd of more than 500 people will watch 16 of the most elegant and talented women from across Nevada take the stage Aug. 27 for the 23rd annual Ms. Senior Nevada pageant at the Suncoast.

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