The renowned chef’s Caesars Palace restaurant marked its fifth anniversary and 2 millionth customer; plus a Formula One pop-up is in the works.
Perez Hilton has moved to Vegas from L.A. Credit a run with the Chippendales for that inspiration.
Melody Sweets has tapped into her cadre of talented friends in the Vegas community for “Sweets’ Spot.”
Michael Carbonaro, host of the prank show “The Carbonaro Effect,” is filling Penn & Teller’s dates from May through early July.
ABC’s “Black in Vegas” features interviews with Usher, Smokey Robinson, George Wallace, Luenell, Ne-Yo and and Clint Holmes.
The high-profile new drama from writer-director Rian Johnson (“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”) filmed scenes in Southern Nevada last fall.
Over the weekend, Vegas producers Alan and Kathi Glist had discussed inviting Cindy Williams back to “Menopause The Musical.”
She also starred in director George Lucas’ 1973 film “American Graffiti” and director Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Conversation” from 1974.
She was cast in the role when she was just 6 years old and continued to play the death-obsessed character until the show ended two years later.
Jay Leno, playing Encore Theater in March, suffered broken bones in a motorcycle accident this month.
In his new series “Shrinking,” Segel portrays “psychological vigilante” Jimmy Laird, a brutally honest therapist who is dealing with a full emotional plate.
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