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One of Big Boys Toys at Las Vegas Show

 

Big Boys and Their Toys Come to Las Vegas Oct.11-13

There is an old saying, “Boys never actually grow up. Their toys just get bigger and more expensive.” Well now, the proof is in the products as attendees to the Big Boys Toys – The Innovation & Luxury Lifestyle Exhibition at the Las Vegas Convention Center October 11-13 will see...

Joan Rivers with Frank Marino - Photo courtesy of Frank Marino

 

Frank Marino: He's Baaaaack!

For years on the Las Vegas Strip, audiences have delighted in the recreations of the singing talents of some of the world’s greatest stars by tribute artists in Legends in Concert. But now the show is singing the praises of a new and very different vocal addition to its lineup – Can we talk?...

Left to Right - Chef Larry Lang, Chuck Brennan (Owner of Badlands Speedway), and Paul Stanley of KISS

 

Lord of the (Onion) Rings

When the Silver State Film Festival comes to the Orleans on Saturday night, September 7, it will have as one of its highlights the documentary that at the 2019 Festival of Cinema in New York City ran rings around the competition -- onion rings...

James Darren

 

James Darren is Singing a New Tune

From his role of Moondoggie in the 50’s and 60’s “Gidget” movies to playing a cop on the TV series “T,J, Hooker,” to being hologram singer Vic Fontaine in “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” among many other roles, coupled with 12 years of directing...

Maz Jobrani

 

Maz Jobrani: The Lighter Side of Life and Immigration

When comedian Maz Jorbrani, one of the stars of the CBS sitcom “Superior Donuts,” makes his Las Vegas stand-up debut at the World-Famous Laugh Factory at the new Tropicana Las Vegas Saturday June 30 through Tuesday, July 3, audiences will see that the funnyman has many other things to “fry” – among them, immigration and social issues....

AJ Lambert

 

The Other Side of Midnight Sinatra-Style

The name AJ Lambert may not ring-a-ding-ding any bells when it comes to her family ties but Lambert is perfectly Frank about the fact that she is carrying on the legacy of her grandfather, the iconic Frank Sinatra, where her uncle, the late Frank Sinatra Jr., left off. However, as show-goers to The Space in Las Vegas will discover when she performs there on April 20 and once a month thereafter through November, the talented singer is uniquely doing it “her way.”....

Frankie Scinta

 

Frankie Scinta: Spending New Year's Eve with the Family

Growing up Scinta meant that entertaining was always to be a family affair. While other households were experiencing sibling rivalry, brothers Joey and Frankie and little sister Chrissi were the epitome of sibling revelry, charming all who saw them with their stage act comprised of singing, impressions, musicianship, and comedy that heralded the fact that the family that “plays” together stays together...

Engelbert Humperdinck

 

Engelbert Humperdinck: 50 Shades of Gold

For the last five decades, legendary international superstar Engelbert Humperdinck, long known as the “King of Romance,” has been crossing the oceans of the world to entertain. And he hasn’t missed the boat yet – more than 150 million records sold, 72 gold albums and 23 platinum albums have reportedly made him the fifth top recording artist in the world while his dynamic and consummate performing style have garnered him sold-out concerts all over the globe to millions of adoring fans spanning four generations...

James Darren

 

James Darren may prefer being on stage to acting in movies but that isn’t stopping him from raising the bar on the latter in his latest film, “Lucky.”

In fact, in some scenes in this movie to be released next month, you’ll find him IN the bar as he portrays Paulie, “a putatively reformed ne’ew-do-well,” as Variety terms his character in this story based on the life of 90-year-old character actor Harry Dean Stanton...

Engelbert Humperdinck

 

Engelbert: How to Succeed In Show Business (And Never Stop Trying)

Some people never outgrow their youthful Age of Defiance – they just continue to go through many different “stages” on the riser to success.

Take legendary international superstar Engelbert Humperdinck, for example. He has consistently defied the odds by enduring in the music/entertainment arena for 50 years, continuing to tour the world playing to sold-out crowds, delighting them with his powerful and beautiful pitch-perfect three-octave voice, dynamic entertaining ability, and a rare magnetism that has the audience rushing the stage at the end of every performance...

 

Garth Brooks had friends in low places, high places, and all over the place when he debuted his World Tour concert at the new multi-level 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena on June 24th. Performing six nights at the venue through July 4, the entertainer is also videotaping the concert for release later on. His first tour in 16 years since leaving the scene to be home with his children, not wanting to be on the road until his last daughter left for college, he appeared at a press conference before his opening night performance with his beautiful wife of 11 years, country star Trisha Yearwood. Always by Garth’s side in life and on stage, Tricia also did a book signing of her brand new cookbook on Saturday, June 25th at the arena.

Murray Sawchuck

 

Now you see him…

…Now you see him again and again – thanks to YouTube.

This September, comedy magician Murray Sawchuck will be celebrating his second anniversary of performing in Planet Hollywood’s Sin City Theater. But Sawchuck is not one of those magicians who simply disappears after his 4 p.m. show each afternoon. Rather, he is taking all the right steps to ensure that he is not a tough act to follow.

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