The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo brings nearly $100 million to Las Vegas, but is it about to time out?
Shania Twain took notice of one of Las Vegas’ great philanthropic figures before taking on charitable projects herself.
Andrew Freeman, the vocalist and bassist for “Raiding the Rock Vault” at LVH, holds a solid lead over Marc Savard and Terry Fator entering the NFL season’s final stretch.
Ross Mollison is eager to open “Vegas Nocturne” at Rose.Rabbit.Lie at Cosmopolitan. Just don’t ask him to describe it.
The idea of Clint Holmes performing outside on Sunday at Symphony Park always depended on the weather. And, baby, it’s cold outside.
Before the 2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, officials representing the event and the city said a new contract was in the offing. None has been signed.
Holly Madison sang with Justin Shandor as Elvis, reviving a “Viva Las Vegas” classic as she preps to bring her own show to the Strip.
Planet Hollywood is rolling out the arrival of Britney Spears in a grandiose fashion befitting one of the Strip’s most famous entertainers.
Cirque du Soleil is gradually bringing back the Final Battle scene to “Ka” at MGM Grand after the June 29 death of artist Sarah Guillot-Guyard.
Jenny McCarthy premiered her comedy showcase “Dirty, Sexy, Funny” this weekend and talked of her first visit to Las Vegas, her friendship with Holly Madison and her famous cousin.
Aubrianna Atwell met actor Paul Walker in Los Angeles, and the two shared a tight bond for more than a decade.
Mark & Mercedes say there show isn’t really a show, but it is a popular destination for radio listeners across the valley.
David Atwell worked some major deals on the Strip, including the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and New Frontier transactions.
Earlier today, I ran into Brandon Rios in the airport in Macau. I actually ran into him outside the airport and also on our flight and again here in Taipei. I talked to Rios for a bit, and he is a forthright person, grinning and posing for photographs with anyone who happened by with a camera.
We’re entering the thick of the holiday season, and Manny Pacquiao showed his Christmas spirit by turning the face of Brandon Rios into Christmas-ornament red. Pacquiao looked polished in every facet of his performance, a dazzling show in the face of his most recent bout when he was knocked out by Juan Manuel Marquez.