Cirque du Soleil CEO Daniel Lamarre has expressed “O” documentary plans to the company.
The latest Nevada lawsuit fits a pattern of sexual harassment allegations that have surfaced in recent years against the well-known sports entertainment company.
Allied Esports Entertainment, Inc. announced plans to sell its World Poker Tour to Element Partners, LLC for a $105 million, an increase over their previously agreed-upon price of $90.5 million.
Britney Spears is grooving it up on her Instagram page, while concurrently telling her worldwide following, “I cried for two weeks” after the release of “Framing Britney Spears” in February.
Drai’s has ended the company’s longest break ever in Las Vegas for its pool club on Friday.
Billy Idol is the first of several announcements at the Cosmopolitan’s live entertainment venue this year.
As The Gazillionaire once said, or didn’t, you can’t spell “ten” without “tent.” Gaz’s peerless production, “Absinthe,” turns 10 this Thursday, appropriately on April Fool’s Day.
Public health officials have earmarked half of Southern Nevada’s weekly COVID-19 vaccine allocation for public events for workplace clinics to inoculate hospitality workers.
Demonstrators called for an end to hate crimes against Asian Americans on Sunday afternoon during a car parade through the Strip and into Chinatown.
Blackstone Group, a large firm with heavy investments on Las Vegas Boulevard, is looking to snap up the Australian casino operator Crown Resorts.
MSG Entertainment Corp., parent company of the MSG Sphere at The Venetian, is looking to grow with a merger that may include an entry into a sports wagering partnership.
Butch Bradley has been in Vegas for three years, but he feels like a native.
A California man accused of fatally shooting his teen brother in a Las Vegas Strip hotel room Monday will be held without bail until early next week.
Many former Hard Rock employees took Virgin Hotels Las Vegas up on its offer to “Stick Around and Come Back,” a program that allowed those employees to do just that.