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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.
Chapel operators in Las Vegas are making sure those seeking Elvis-themed weddings know they’re still offered.
On “Katy Perry Day” in Las Vegas, the superstar considers performing past this year on the Strip.
Jason Alexander, of Vegas 55-hour marriage fame, attempted to crash Britney Spears’ wedding in L.A.
Boy George and Culture Club swept through Encore Theater last weekend. We’re especially interested in convo surrounding those shows.
The iHeart Radio Music Festival brings variety once more to Las Vegas in September.
Richard Cheese and his backing trio, Lounge Against the Machine, have been reimagining pop and rock classics since before “reimagining” was even a music term.
The Goodmans have declined been offers to celebrate their 60th with an Elvis-themed ceremony.
The Jonas Brothers put on a multi-fold performance at Dolby Live, opening their five-show residency on the Strip.
Priscilla Presley says she backs Authentic Brand Group’s efforts to team with the city’s Elvis-themed chapels to preserve her late husband’s image.
Authentic Brands Group is now offering business operators using Elvis’ name an early look at Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis!”
Sting visited Carrot Top and “Fantasy” on Thursday, questioning the comic’s attire and the adult revue’s spin on, “Roxanne.”
After earlier issuing cease-and-desist warnings to several Las Vegas chapels, Authentic Brands Group, which controls the use of Elvis Presley’s name and likeness, now wants to work with them on the use of the King as part of their businesses.
With his 61st birthday looming, Boy George’s voice sounds more robust these days. But he’s still delivering the hits.