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Take our advice: YouTube some clips of dynamic jazz pianist Hiromi Uehara’s Trio Project.
The musician brings a speaking tour to Las Vegas, where he talks about the benefits of partying, and his new political movement -- the aptly-named Party Party -- to try and get people to party hard.
John Katsilometes of the Las Vegas Review-Journal talks about the new Jerry Lewis movie, "Max Rose."
Like many listeners, the music of Carole King is a staple in my household, and in my musical repertoire.
The dictionary defines jazz as a type of music “characterized by improvisation, syncopation, and usually a regular or forceful rhythm.”
Does that sound like Las Vegas to you?
The singer joins us to talk about his career and his life in Las Vegas.
KNPR talks with Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist, John Katsilometes on the 50th birthday of Caesars Palace.
Brian Henson -- son of Muppets creator Jim -- has a new puppet show at the Venetian.
Random notes on the state of Vegas spectacle, based on having seen the recent premiere of Criss Angel MINDFREAK Live at the Luxor.
Your arts + entertainment calendar for August
Terry Fator recently signed a new, five-year contract at Mirage and added a politically charged puppet to his routine.
Life is Beautiful returns to downtown Las Vegas for its fourth year.
This week, KNPR’s State of Nevada has been covering the Las Vegas Film Festival, which continues through Sunday.
Almost a year ago, Karan Feder of the Nevada State Museum spoke with KNPR's State of Nevada about a great donation the museum had received: Costumes from the old Folies Bergere productions that ran
This week, the Las Vegas Film Festival is showing two quirky comedic films featuring actor Lundon Boyd.
For the second year in a row, the Blue Man Group is putting on a special show for children with autism and spectrum disorders.
You’ve seen them on social media, TV and worldwide media — and hopefully in person — those neon-colored rock stacks in the desert south of town. Seven Magic Mountains
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gov. Brian Sandoval and other members of a Nevada gambling policy committee are getting a crash course on professional video gaming.
Okay, the title is super-group cheese. But if you want a shredtacular, shredtastic shred-a-thon, complete with shredded shred, then this is your night.
For a good, long time, Elvis Presley was as big a cultural icon in death as he was in life. Maybe bigger. But The King’s charmed afterlife finally may be going the way of phone booths, pet rocks and wood-paneled station wagons.
Frank Sinatra Jr., who carried on his famous father's legacy with his own music career, has died. He was 72.
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.
Britney Spears has been a hot ticket in Las Vegas since 2013.
Soon, she'll light up the Logo network… or, at least her drag queen counterpart will.
We watch them jump, fall and get blown up on screen, but most of the time we have no idea who they are. Stuntmen are known to be among Hollywood’s most invisible people.
It was 1981, the year of "Mommie Dearest" and "Wolfen."
And John Wilson had just about had it. He couldn't take another bad movie.