The Bronx Wanderers Move To Harrah’s With New Schedule Starting 2/3/20

Since the original publication of this article, the Bronx Wanderers have announced a move to Harrah’s Showroom. New times are Wednesdays through Mondays at 8 p.m. with an additional 4 p.m. matinee on Sundays (dark Tuesdays).              A classic venue for a class act…Bronx Wanderers at Harrah’s Showroom… There’s something … Continue reading “The Bronx Wanderers Move To Harrah’s With New Schedule Starting 2/3/20”

Small Spaces, Towering Talent

Intimate Venues are the Hottest Ticket to Sin City’s Rebirth… The times, they are a changing’. Gone for now are the concert tours, superstar residencies and spectacular mega-productions. As Sin City eases into a new comfort zone, the smart money is on smaller spaces, where performers and audiences can connect on an intimate level. In … Continue reading “Small Spaces, Towering Talent”

Remembering Jason “Crazy Jay” Bird of ‘ROCKING COMEDY SHOW’

Vegas raises a Farewell Toast to Radio’s King of mayhem and music… 2/2/21 – It’s with a heavy heart that I share the news that our friend Jay Bird passed away yesterday. While the cause of his death is unknown to me at this point, that’s not really important. What matters is that this city, … Continue reading “Remembering Jason “Crazy Jay” Bird of ‘ROCKING COMEDY SHOW’”

Hot Guys of Vegas: Studs of Song

Harvesting a Crop of New Music from The Sexiest Men of the Season… Earlier this year, I interviewed a number of artists regarding the pandemic shutdown…and how it affected their creativity. 98 Degrees hunk Jeff Timmons found comfort in technological advances which allowed him to write, record, and network from the safety of home. Of … Continue reading “Hot Guys of Vegas: Studs of Song”

Las Vegas Shutdown Gives Birth to ‘VINdemic’

Not even a killer virus can extinguish the creative supernova of ‘Bronx Wanderers’ own Vin A. It’s often said that forest fires are nature’s way of restoring balance. After an inferno, the soil is replenished with vital nutrients, and new life springs forward. Las Vegas entertainment is in the midst of its own conflagration. Once … Continue reading “Las Vegas Shutdown Gives Birth to ‘VINdemic’”

Sin City Shutdown – They’ll Never Learn

The rebirth of Las Vegas was stillborn, and it’ll be years before this city is relevant again. Update 8/16/20 – Well, here we are five months later and things are worse than they’ve ever been. Aside from the rollback of parking fees on the Strip, the corporations have learned ZERO about luring people back. There … Continue reading “Sin City Shutdown – They’ll Never Learn”

Get ‘Portnoyed’ With Sin City’s Philanthropic Artist

Famed caricaturist Neal Portnoy donates talent and funds to furloughed Las Vegas performers… Update 7/12/20 – In addition to the wonderful effort that Portnoy Gallery has put forth to assist entertainers in the community, this year it will be hosting a benefit for St. Jude Ranch for Children. The announcement from Dorothy Cannata Portnoy is … Continue reading “Get ‘Portnoyed’ With Sin City’s Philanthropic Artist”

THE BEST VEGAS SHOWS FOR $59 (OR LESS) TO SEE NOW

Click HERE to read the BestOfVegas version of this article and buy tickets to these shows and more at sale prices of $59 or less… Everyone loves a bargain, especially when it comes to stretching your entertainment dollar. Those deals become even better when you know how to get the most bang for your buck. … Continue reading “THE BEST VEGAS SHOWS FOR $59 (OR LESS) TO SEE NOW”

2019 – The Year in Review: ‘What The CL#@K!? – The Second Half-Dozen

A look back at the second half of a year filled with memorable and some truly bizarre happenings in Sin City… In the first half of this column, I began the year at a vacant, frozen outdoor carnival and left you hanging with the world’s biggest buttcrack at a stadium that was beginning to resemble … Continue reading “2019 – The Year in Review: ‘What The CL#@K!? – The Second Half-Dozen”

2019 – The Year in Review: ‘What The CL#@K!?’ The First Half-Dozen

  A look back at the first half of a year filled with memorable and some truly bizarre happenings in Sin City… When this writer relocated here from Oregon a short 14 months ago, I knew that it would be a huge lifestyle change. But even for the folks who’ve lived here the vast majority … Continue reading “2019 – The Year in Review: ‘What The CL#@K!?’ The First Half-Dozen”