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Cabaret Jazz has bolstered its lineup of local headliners over the past year.

Life is a Cabaret: Top local acts gravitate to the Smith Center’s jazz room

March 4th, 2015

Cabaret Jazz has bolstered its lineup of local headliners over the past year.

  • “I am always, always trying to reinvent myself."

  • "You have to work to be noticed. ... Maybe I should change the name of my show to Cirque du So Gay.”

  • The new pedestrian project the Park will be filled with wondrous effects and, we are told, a lot of live entertainment.

  • Anthony Bourdain caught up with a famous former mayor and a not-so-famous, but terrific, lounge performer during his sweep of Vegas. Bourdain also stopped at ...

  • Nevada OSHA has concluded that “Ka” artist Sarah Guillot-Guyard fell after the wire rope suspending her during the show’s Final Battle scene broke, causing her ...

  • There was a moment when entering a downtown speakeasy was not so easy, but Life Is Beautiful has opened the door to downtown to everyone.

  • Josh Strickland spent more than four years in "Peepshow" and will remain at Planet Hollywood playing a number of famous roles for David Saxe.

  • Britney Spears appeared in an adventurous "Good Morning America" stunt to announce her two-year residency at Planet Hollywood.

  • Jimmy Kimmel remembers when the UNLV Runnin' Rebels reached No. 1 and feeling a unique pride in being a Las Vegan.

  • Brody Dolyniuk is performing again at Smith Center, but don't expect the same songs in his new version of Symphonic Rock Show.

  • With the death of Dixie Evans and the closing of "Peepshow," two chapters in the history of burlesque have ended in Las Vegas.

  • The Black and White Party drew 3,500 to the Joint, and the partying didn't stop there.

  • Clint Holmes is always looking for new ideas for his shows at Cab Jazz. He's getting an avalanche this month.

  • The first AFAN Black & White Party was a success in the sense that organizers collected a lot of food. Today, the organization is still ...

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