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Las Vegas strip comedian relishes role as museum ambassador

by Heidi Knapp Rinella on

Jeff Civillico, the star of “Comedy in Action” at Paris Las Vegas who’s been performing on the Strip since 2012, has been named the first ambassador of the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, which opened in 1991.... Read full article

Jerry Lewis looks back on his life in ‘Comedians in Cars’

by Christopher Lawrence on

“I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, ‘If you don’t get Jerry Lewis, you don’t understand comedy.’ ”... Read full article

Travis Pastrana to attempt Evel Knievel jumps on Las Vegas Strip

by John Katsilometes on

Pastrana’s jumps are set to air live on Sunday on History channel at 5 p.m.... Read full article

‘Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas,’ a staple on the Strip, closes

by John Katsilometes on

“Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas,” starring the Las Vegas drag legend as Joan Rivers, has closed.... Read full article

Reports: Britney Spears to make $500K per show in Las Vegas

by John Katsilometes on

It will take Britney Spears two whole shows to make $1 million in her next Strip residency.... Read full article

‘The Voice — Neon Dreams’ looking for a new home in Las Vegas

by John Katsilometes on

The construction at Hard Rock Hotel/Virgin Las Vegas is actually deconstructing plans for “The Voice — Neon Dreams.”... Read full article

Spiegelworld spins disco with show set for Las Vegas Strip

by John Katsilometes on

Spiegelworld is developing a retro production for the Strip in 2019.... Read full article

Penn & Teller take a break as Teller undergoes surgery

by John Katsilometes on

Crucial to any disappearing act is the reappearing.... Read full article

Las Vegas Strip stunner: ‘Baz’ shutting down July 29

by John Katsilometes on

In Las Vegas production shows, financial numbers trump musical numbers, every time.... Read full article

‘Marilyn!’ puts the term ‘hiatus’ to the test on Las Vegas Strip

by John Katsilometes on

“I am committed to ‘Marilyn,’ one-hundred percent. We have a great plan, beginning with the hiatus. Going dark for three months allows is to refine, retool, and return stronger in the autumn.”... Read full article