Andrew Dice Clay returns to the Vegas stage at Laugh Factory at the Tropicana.
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Lee Greenwood and Thunder From Down Under were among those honored in the Casino Entertainment Awards show.
Cirque’s CEO Daniel Lamarre says the company will be back on the Strip a year from now.
Circa co-owner Derek Stevens wants to “get the party started early” with a Dec. 26 room deal.
Piff The Magic Dragon loves to perform. He is less fond of losing money.
Veteran Vegas producer Pat Caddick was heading up “This Is Christmas,” which had been scheduled to open Friday.
The adult revue “X Country” is continuing at Harrah’s Cabaret, adding second performances at 7 p.m.
“Absinthe” is among some shows trying to remain open in the Nevada governor’s latest COVID directive.
Raiders owner Mark Davis has delivered, for real, on his promise of a steak dinner for the thousands of workers who built Allegiant Stadium.
Oscar Goodman says of his friendship with Tony Spilotro “It was a very cordial relationship. He needed me to keep him out of prison, and I needed him to have the kind of cases that really were the best cases in the world for a criminal defense attorney.”
The entertainer promises a full-career experience in “Donny,” opening in August 2021.
Mat Franco says of his plans to return to Linq Hotel: “We’re making changes as changes are happening around us.”
Tracey Davis wrote a best-selling book about her father, Sammy Davis Jr., which is set to be made into a biopic.