Normally, ex-managers are pretty good for the inside scoop on what stars and celebrities are really like—but what about Chip Lightman?
That’s right, someone in the theater, a place we all believe to be a haven for all sorts of societal misfits and outcasts, felt it ...
Meet Ruby Malalay - former rides operator, Big Shot enthusiast and cameo star on the Travel Channel.
How does it feel to lose? Turns out, not so good.
Monorail signage is woefully confusing.
At 84-years-old, she's an ageless wonder.
"All I can tell you is, ‘Listen, I made a bad mistake, I’m sorry and I’m trying to go on with my life.’"
“You can’t drive down the fucking Strip and tell me it’s all beautifully laid out."
In an Internet minute, two brothers ascend from suspiciously regarded unknowns to publicist-adored media fixtures, invited or given access to all sorts of fancy events.
Personal vendettas might be getting in the way of a massive, job-creating venue
Hear Steve Friess out, please. He's not in favor of anyone going broke or losing their jobs. Really.
Steve Friess agrees with Sherm Frederick? Believe it.
“Well, cutting back hasn’t worked. I decided to try something new. I got tired of hearing about everybody cutting back.”
Steve Friess on the cashless gaming process.
A sense of dread hung over me for most of the hour Brad Garrett commanded the stage.