Jazz in the Park features Tito Puente Jr. and Super Summer Theatre opens its season with “Into the Woods” in this week’s arts & culture roundup.
The Rolling Stones are ready to get back on the road after postponing their North American tour because Mick Jagger needed medical treatment.
Longtime Las Vegas headliner and pianist Liberace started life a century ago in more humble surroundings.
Jim Gaffigan will perform at 7:30 and 10 p.m. Saturday at Encore Theater.
Other happenings in downtown Las Vegas include a dance party under the canopy and an event for young athletes.
Carly Rae Jepsen has said that she wrote nearly 200 songs for her latest album before selecting the 13 tracks that made the final cut.
“John Wick” and “A Dog’s Purpose,” both of which have sequels opening Friday, don’t have much in common besides some traumatizing canine deaths.
It’s the second company to announce tenancy in Area15, the experiential commerce complex set to open in Las Vegas this December.
The film, titled “This is My Home,” premiered May 4 during a private screening at Maya Cinemas. The documentary includes interviews with Americans from across the country.
We might have seen the last of Britney Spears performing in Las Vegas.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger tweeted a video Wednesday of him dancing around a studio in front of a mirror weeks after he underwent medical treatment
The first Mexican restaurant since Wynn Las Vegas opened in 2005 is due early next year to replace Andrea’s, and the new Smith & Wollensky has opened at The Venetian.
The annual multi-venue food and beverage festival ran Thursday through Sunday on the Strip.
As celebrity chefs mingled with fans at swanky resorts, local chefs cooked for hundreds outdoors in the Arts District.
Beauty & Essex at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas loaded its Wonder Wheel dessert vehicle with sweet treats themed to the Electric Daisy Carnival.