The 25-foot distance between spectators and entertainers in Las Vegas ticketed shows is part of our pandemic past.
Rita Rudner was going to join Wayne Newton and Dionne Warwick in rotation at Cleopatra’s Barge. COVID wiped out those plans.
Louie Anderson says of being picked to fill a “white” need by Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall for “Coming to America,” “I have no problem with it.”
Nieve Malandra is first up as 1923 Prohibition Bar at Mandalay Bay returns to live entertainment beginning Saturday.
One of the spectators Sunday was the lord of Allegiant Stadium, Raiders owner Mark Davis.
Lady Gaga called out to her millions of followers in her hunt for her missing French bulldogs.
The Greyhound bus station’s move out of downtown has cost a Plaza VIP guest his favorite means of transportation.
Several of Las Vegas’ famous pool-party spaces are back in business beginning in March and running through the summer.
Lady Gaga is offering a half-million dollars reward for the safe return of two of her French bulldogs after a stunning incident in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
David Perrico is OK with performing digitally, but nothing beats the feel of a live lounge gig.
The popular Encore Beach Club is reopening for pool season in March.
Henry Chang builds exotic cars. He also builds inventive bands, such as Soul in the Machine.
Planet Hollywood star Criss Angel is selling much of his magic collection at the end of the month.