The longest running show on the Strip will start over at the Trop in February.
The 16-year-old sensation is the first teenager to perform in the long-running musical tribute.
There are no living legends in the new “Legends Never Die” edition of the classic production.
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Scarborough bears an uncanny resemblance to Swift, and we’re not just talking about long legs and red lipstick.
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It’s rare that a show with so many different kinds of performances maintains such consistency from act to act.
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A report released by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on April 9 showed that 55 percent of all surveyed visitors to the Downtown ...
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New dishes include scallion pancakes— topped with duck confit, Asian pear herb salad, pickled red radish and crispy shallots—and doughy soufflé pancakes that lean toward ...
It’s a singular experience, a deliberately paced meal well worth your time.
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Gorgon City hits KAOS Dayclub on April 21.
It’s one of three off-Strip restaurant concepts he’s assembling, set to open at Buffalo Drive and Warm Springs Road in late spring or early summer.
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She has ushered in a cultural shift, focusing on the perspectives of people of color, women and LGBTQ communities.
The singer-songwriter, who performs three shows at Encore Theater, hasn’t played a concert here since 2010.
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