Bill Murray worked with Kerry Simon at a Little Caesars and came up big in Las Vegas on Thursday. Throughout the evening, a fundraiser at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, emcee Murray referred to Simon as “Barry Simon” or “Jerry Simon.”
Judging by the new trailer for May's “Godzilla,” the blockbuster will be the latest film to partake in the time-honored tradition of blowing Sin City to bits on the silver screen. Can you guess any on our list of eight flicks alongside “Godzilla”?
Eight new attractions were revealed this morning, including a first-time collaborative dinner with star chefs Bobby Flay and Giada de Laurentiis; lunch with Thomas Keller; and celebrity golf at the Cascata course and a Burger Bash with Mario Batali.
March is just around the corner, and Las Vegas is already gearing up for the city’s busiest, most event-packed month with a diverse array of music and more in the weekend ahead. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets.
Thousands of screaming fans greeted The Fab Four when they landed at what is now McCarran International Airport. Even more fans followed them to start a vigil at the old Sahara, where they stayed the night before the concerts.
Kerry and restaurant partner Elizabeth Blau hosted a “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” dinner Wednesday night with George Maloof at Buddy V’s Ristorante in Palazzo for key supporters and Alice Cooper, Sammy Hagar and chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Terry Fator amazes with more than 100 uncanny impressions, and sellout audiences have packed his Strip theater since 2008. He reached his 1,000th performance in May, and his $100 million contract is one of the largest entertainment deals in Las Vegas showbiz history.
An incredible acrobatic act with British twins Kevin and Andrew Atherton is expected to be one of the incredible new highlights. The storytelling will be enhanced by new and expanded sand-painting art that has dazzled audiences since the premiere.
Holly Madison is shaving the head of this scribe in an effort to raise money and awareness for St. Baldrick's Foundation. Events at New York-New York begin at noon Saturday and run through 11 p.m. in the fight against childhood cancer.
A new entertainment format is starting at off-Strip strip clubs in a marketing ploy to lure customers away from hotel burlesque productions. “Dreamgirls Topless Revue” begins this week at the new House Show Club on Desert Inn west of the Strip.
McMullan’s Irish Pub near the Orleans, Ri Ra Irish Pub at Mandalay Bay, Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York and Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel will host hundreds of residents going bald this weekend during the fundraising events.
Tom Zaller, president of Imagine Exhibitions, which produced the show coming to North America for the first time, told me: “This will be a U.S. premiere and will be far more interactive than the earlier show — 65 life-size, fully built exhibits and mechanical machines.”