Butch Bradley has been in Vegas for three years, but he feels like a native.
John Katsilometes’ column runs daily on Page 3A. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him at @johnnykats on Twitter and @JohnnyKats1 on Instagram. Listen to the latest episodes of his PodKats! podcast here.
Mat Franco is nervous, but he’s ready to return to his self-named theater at Linq Hotel.
Cosmopolitan CEO Bill McBeath confirmed Wednesday that Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is closing.
Standing 150 feet tall, The Mantis is a relic of the late Tony Hsieh’s vision of downtown Las Vegas.
AEG Live exec Bobby Reynolds says the performers who need to work the most will play to smaller crowds.
Randi Garrett’s place has some new amenities, thanks to a whirlwind overhaul from “Bar Rescue.”
Smith Center President Myron Martin says touring shows need to run 80 percent to 90 percent to break even.
“Absinthe” brought a new act, and Australian Bee Gees brought the disco in their Strip revivals.
Katy Perry joins Celine Dion, Luke Bryan and Carrie Underwood as Resorts World Las Vegas likely headliners.
Zoe Thrall spent 15 years at Studio at the Palms. She’s left for an “opportunity for growth” at The Hideout.
Former Mayor Oscar Goodman carried an oversize martini through the Westgate Superbook to place his March Madness wager, but his showgirl got the attention.
Veteran Strip headliner Terry Fator takes up the former Zumanity Theater in his new limited engagement.
Fifteen singers and eight visual performers are coming back to The Venetian.