Erin Brockovich, the gutsy environmental activist whose life story won Julia Roberts an Oscar, has apologised for being drunk in a boat. She looked very much the worse for wear in the mugshot police released after they arrested her for allegedly driving a boat while intoxicated
Chris Brown’s vocal performance at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards has been panned by online critics. The 24-year-old singer took the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to debut his new single, Fine China
Nobody would accuse Rick Garson of thinking small. The Las Vegasbased music producer is planning a benefit concert in Beijing on April 17 that will rival and possibly exceed such celebrity-spangled extravaganzas as Live Aid and Live 8.
More than 37 million people visit Las Vegas each year for its glitz, glamour and lure of hitting a jackpot.
Remember the song “You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Party”? Well what if somebody paid you to party
Business isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Las Vegas, Nevada, or Orlando, Florida, but these two entertainment capitals are also the top business meeting and convention destinations in the United States. One of the nation’s largest employers has discouraged its employees from booking meetings and conventions in the cities where Mickey Mouse lives and Wayne Newton sings. In an e-mail between a Federal Bureau of Investigation employee and a Las Vegas hotel, the FBI employee explained why the agency would not hold an upcoming business meeting in the city
Dr. Conrad Murray was suffering financially with nearly $435,000 in judgments and liens against him over the past two years, according to court documents.
For most of the past five years, the Chinese gambling mecca of Macau seemed a sure bet. After the local government ended a decades-old gaming monopoly in 2002, some of the biggest casino and hotel operators in the world rushed in with new projects, eager to tap into the hoards of wealthy Chinese who increasingly flocked to the “Asian Las Vegas.” The first American company to enter the market was Las Vegas Sands, which opened the Sands Macau casino in 2004 and earned back its $285 million investment in only a year. U.S
You know it’s a recession when leggy Las Vegas showgirls can’t sell enough tickets to stay in business. That’s what’s happening to “Les Folies Bergere,” a revue modeled after its famous namesake in Paris, that has run in Vegas for nearly 50 years. The curtain will go down on the act for the last time on March 28, according to the Tropicana Las Vegas, where the show runs on the Strip