Medical examiners performing an autopsy on Bobbi Kristina Brown said Monday their initial findings turned up no obvious cause of death, while experts said the months that have passed since Brown was found face-down in a bathtub are working against ...
After addressing and thanking his dedicated BG Nation, Brantley Gilbert mentioned that it was his first time in Las Vegas not being single anymore, but that he is always ready to come here and have a good time.
Let’s start off the week with concert announcements in Las Vegas: Punk rock band Rise Against takes over Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Saturday, Nov. 21, with supporting acts metal core group Killswitch Engage and Los Angeles’ Letlive.
Nowadays, you cannot be in the casino-resort business without taking your food-and-beverage program seriously. Las Vegas became a breeding ground for incredible destination restaurants. New and old properties raised the culinary bar.
We cooked up an idea to drink for free and get Sam Harris, Tiffany and Billy Porter to sing for us. We bought a piano on Craigslist and rolled it into the bar one Friday night. We made a flier, borrowed a small sound system and scoured the talent agency’s database.
Rush-infused memories are so plentiful and indelible, we don’t always know where to begin or end. On Saturday night, the band took that task themselves, rolling in reverse from finish to start during its “R40 Tour” stop.
Before his arrival at Hyde Bellagio, the Strip hotspot behind the Bellagio Fountains, Joe Jonas tweeted about his party, “Don’t be the Bishhhh that doesn’t come to Vegas when I DJ @HydeBellagio this Saturday, July 25!”
Mariah Carey, whose compilation album “Infinity” was released on May 15, arrived at 1 OAK after midnight, where she stopped on the red carpet and wowed photographers and hundreds of fans in a stunning black gown.