Chris Wink, the director of content and cool “stuff” for Area15 and co-founder of Blue Man Group arrived at the arts-and-entertainment complex in a full Las Vegas Raider costume.
The Southern Nevada resident’s fantasy series and thrillers sold millions of copies worldwide.
“The Bradshaw Bunch” reality show, or “docu-series,” centers on the affable Terry Bradshaw and his family at Bradshaw Ranch.
Station manager Terri Peck; “More” producer Toni Gonzales; anchors Rachel Smith, Maria Silva and Christine Maddela; and reporter Jillian Lopez are no longer with the company.
In late May, Bill Medley underwent surgery to remove a cancerous growth from his throat. On June 8, he lost his wife, Paula, after a five-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. The two had been married 35 years.
Taking over 18-city blocks downtown and drawing over 175,000 fans over three days, Life is Beautiful will celebrate its ninth edition in 2021.
The experiential entertainment and retail complex finally opens and invites guests in to see what it is for themselves.
For the first time since arriving at The Neon Museum Boneyard, the iconic Moulin Rouge sign has been brought to life again.
Notoriety owner Ken Henderson says, “Comedy and magic are not ambient. Anything you have to watch is considered a show.”
The Killers are advancing the tradition of rock bands performing on rooftops for the Las Vegas Raiders’ home opener Monday night.
Of Donald Trump, comic actor John Di Domenico says, “Every single utterance of this guy plays into everything we are doing.”
For last Tuesday’s show, Piff the Magic Dragon convinced David Copperfield to join in a video re-creation of Copperfield’s famous stunt from 1983, when he made the Statue of Liberty disappear.
The Westgate karaoke setup is not allowed under pandemic reopening restrictions, but bookmark that idea.
Wolfgang Puck Senior Managing Partner Tom Kaplan says the restaurant is breaking even. And that’s great.