“Rene (Angelil) is passing along his strength to me. He doesn’t stop amazing me. We have talked about things. It’s time for him to be heard. When he talks to me, I take notes. This is his time, this is his way, and it’s going to be the way he wants it to be.”
For me, summer is a time to take a break from the immensely popular hop-centric beers that go so well with cooler weather. Especially here in blistering Las Vegas, summer brings out a change in our beer preferences.
Born and raised here, I’ve seen this city change over and over. When I was a kid, Las Vegas didn’t go very much past Rainbow Boulevard, and Wet & Wild on the Strip was the weekend shenanigan headquarters during the summer.
There’s no denying, ex-boyfriend Big Sean and doughnut shop scandals aside, that pop tart (it’s a compliment, sincerely) Ariana Grande is a talented singer and dancer, and she proved it in spades during her “The Honeymoon Tour” stop at Mandalay Bay.
A replica of one of the world’s most iconic — and amusing — statues is set to become the newest tourist attraction downtown. Derek Stevens, owner of The D Las Vegas, has signed a 100-year contract, the longest in Las Vegas history, for Manneken Pis.
The “Jersey Boys” store is more mini-museum than T-shirt shop. As one of the stars of “Jersey Boys,” I speak with some semblance of authority when proclaiming that these are the coolest things the store has to offer.
D’Angelo is not your typical neo-soul performer. Since the release of his comeback album “Black Messiah” last year, D’Angelo has completely revamped himself — from his sound to stage presence and his overall image.
Chris Christie says he's thinking of taking a more aggressive approach during the next Republican presidential primary debate. The New Jersey governor tells late night TV host Jimmy Fallon Monday that he's thinking of ...
In Nevada, 94 students drop out of school every day during the school year. Those dropout moments can happen at any grade level and for a variety of reasons — constant hunger, loss of hope or need to help support family financially.
Two Las Vegas heroes are among the crazy contestants taking on television’s toughest challenge of all on the Season 7 finals of “American Ninja Warrior” to be seen starting tonight for the next three Monday broadcasts on NBC.
Wine Amplified begins at 5 p.m. both days and features Panic! At the Disco, Passion Pit, Sublime with Rome, 50 Cent featuring G-Unit, Fitz and The Tantrums, Cold War Kids, Robert DeLong, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, The Sheepdogs and more.