Chicago has performed live every year since 1967, and says this year is not an exception.
John Katsilometes’ man-about-town column appears on daily on page 3A. Katsilometes moved to Las Vegas from Northern California in 1996 and spent two years with the RJ before moving to the Greenspun Media Group in 1998, where he served as an editor, magazine writer and columnist. He returned to the RJ in August 2016. He has won numerous state and regional awards, including the 2013 Nevada Press Association Journalist of the Year honor, and has been awarded three times for column writing by the Best of the West contest.
The illusionist died at 81 at Siegfried Roy’s Little Bavaria estate and habitat on Jan. 13 after suffering from pancreatic cancer.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Neonopolis owner Rohit Joshi showed the love while welcoming Hate League
David Perrico’s Pop Strings performs for the first time since March in a digital concert at 6 p.m. Friday.
The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce has tapped Frankie Moreno for a new Las Vegas song.
Haterade and Dick’s Last Resort give Neonopolis a pair of new, uninhibited businesses.
In the new Thunder show, a cast member pulls out a tape measure for a safe distance before grooving and shedding.
Penn Jillette says Siegfried & Roy created the full-evening, headlining Vegas magic show.
His company almost totally latent as it hopes for a return to the stage by this fall, Daniel Lamarre marked his 20th anniversary Friday as Cirque du Soleil.
Lynette Chappell said of Siegfried and Roy, “Like comets, they blaze across the star-scattered sky.”
Siegfried Fischbacher was born a star, but not too big to make coins appear at the Secret Garden.
Eager to return to the stage, the 10-man troupe Thunder From Down Under is promising to wear out its crowd beginning with three shows Saturday.