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Las Vegas might be the Entertainment Capital of the World, but because of the pandemic, there’s no entertainment to be had.
Remembering Gipsy, where the queer community “could be themselves at night”
Scenes and stories from the day the Strip started up again
Culture and entertainment aren’t dead — they’re just safely six feet away. Here’s your stay-home list from our experts!
In which a rising young saxophonist hones his craft, gets a break, and learns to answer important texts
Vegas' new slogan plays it safe -- but that's not necessarily a bad thing
Sammy Davis Jr. Elvis. Liberace.
May 16 marks the 100th birthday of Liberace, the flamboyant entertainer whose shows on the Strip were almost as legendary as the man himself.
For those with long memories, the Excalibur’s new show, Fuerza Bruta, will bring to mind a (short-lived) blast from the past.
Danny G went from fronting a band to getting other people up on stage.
A ranch in eastern Utah has been the subject of speculation and research for years.
By day, longtime Las Vegas entertainer Keith Thompson tends to “The Cocktail Cabaret,” a show he helped create for the Cleopatra’s Barge lounge at Caesars
Here's the best in arts and entertainment for the New Year.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — "La La Land" tops the odds for best picture, and its director Damien Chazelle is the favorite for best director at the Academy Awards.
Ann-Margret, The Kim Sisters, The Ritz Brothers, Liberace, Mae West – photos of these iconic Las Vegas entertainers –and about 45 more images – are now on display at the City Hall Chamber Gallery.
Jerry Lewis turned 90 last week. For decades his antics brightened the entertainment landscape.
What’s on your bucket list? Do you want to spend a night at a $10,000 a night suite on the Strip eating caviar and drinking champagne?
Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis turns 90 Wednesday.
The star of stage and screen has called the Las Vegas Valley home for a number of years.
Another Consumer Electronics Show has come and gone with most of the 170,000 attendees headed back home after spending several days being overwhelmed by 3,600 exhibitors spanning more 2.4-million s
Why not film Star Wars sequels in a city not so far, far away?
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A Las Vegas company says it plans to build a high-tech data center in western Michigan if state lawmakers approve tax breaks.
Life is Beautiful is preparing for its annual takeover of downtown Las Vegas, but there is a lot more to the festival than music.