Barry Manilow is “crazy” about performing at Westgate. He’s going to be crazier in 2022.
John Katsilometes’ man-about-town column appears on daily on page 3A. Katsilometes moved to Las Vegas from Northern California in 1996 and spent two years with the RJ before moving to the Greenspun Media Group in 1998, where he served as an editor, magazine writer and columnist. He returned to the RJ in August 2016. He has won numerous state and regional awards, including the 2013 Nevada Press Association Journalist of the Year honor, and has been awarded three times for column writing by the Best of the West contest.
Craig Nyman knows the Life is Beautiful terrain well, as he was on the original creative team that launched the event in 2013.
Frankie Moreno was closing a run at The Strat (then Stratosphere) when Myron Martin invited him to the Smith Center.
The 30-year-old Lawson, a Season 12 finalist on “AGT,” knows how to live. But the “where” stumps him.
Debbie Gibson says of Joey McIntyre of New Kids On The Block, “He’s the greatest Zuko to ever play Zuko”
Death Cab For Cutie Front Man Ben Gibbard says of the band’s 2003 appearance at the Huntridge, “I think there were maybe 50 people at that show.”
During “Monday Night Football,” Gov. Steve Sisolak made a pitch for a Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
Donny Osmond’s showmanship carries the night at his new show, “Donny,” at Harrah’s.
The Red Rocker will loom over red lights as he plays to promote his new line of canned cocktails.
Backstreet Boys’ plans for a Christmas album and host a Christmas-themed show have been pushed to 2022.
Entertainment legend Gladys Knight is singing the first national anthem for a regular-season, full-capacity Las Vegas Raiders game at Allegiant Stadium.
David Siegel, who survived a bout with COVID, says being vaccinated saved his life.
Las Vegas singer Elisa Fiorillo, protege and longtime confidant of Prince, is featured on the unearthed album “Welcome 2 America.”
Terry Bradshaw says of his revived stage show at Luxor, “It’ll be an immaculate reception of entertainment.”
Kelly Clinton-Holmes survived a long bout with COVID to return to residency at the Commercial Center.