THE SHOWMANSHIP MUST GO ON: Remembering the Liberace legacy on the centennial of his birth

Name the quintessential Las Vegas entertainer. Many people might guess Elvis Presley, whose “Viva Las Vegas” might double as an unofficial city anthem. But Liberace, the piano king with the shining rhinestones, fistfuls of piano-shaped rings, furry, feathery outfits and over-the-top showmanship, ruled Las Vegas entertainment for decades before the swivel-hipped rocker hit it big at the International Hotel in the 1960s.


Neon exhibit to light up Downtown

The exhibit juxtaposes brilliant neon signs as they stand today in the Neon Boneyard, against their vintage images from the archives of the Las Vegas News Bureau.

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SHADES OF BLUE MAN: Special sensory-friendly show benefits Grant a Gift Autism Foundation

Since 2015, the Blue Man Group has been staging sensory-friendly performances for children, adults and families affected by autism spectrum disorder, the fastest growing developmental disorder in the United States.