Blonde4ever Loves Elton John and his Million Dollar PianoRead Story
Sailordude shares his Vegas Bucket List…
Blonde4ever discusses the Scintas, and their classic Vegas history.
Sammasseur gets blown away at Tropicana’s bawdy new skin-fest…
Blonde4ever shares her Vegas Musts I have been enjoying the flood of Vegas Musts articles that have been pouring into Vegas Bright in recent weeks….
Kelly Lamrock sways to the smooth sounds of Matt Goss at Caesars Palace…
VB Reader Scott shares his “Vegas Musts” of Stage Door, Drinks and Pinball
Checking in on “The Park Theater” Construction Progress…
Kelly Lamrock delves into the future of Broadway…on the Strip
Gennadius takes us on a stroll through Gold Spike Social Club.
Vegas Bright Reader & Podcast listener Corgimom shares her Vegas Musts from then and now…
Sammasseur Reviews The New Show At Downtown’s Beleaguered Hotel
Sammasseur rolls in the aisles…and rolls his eyes…at Venetian’s Puppet Up!
Sammasseur reviews “Magical Dream” At Planet Hollywood
Michael Movestro reviews Vegas The Show – “It’s Vegas History, come to life.”
Sammasseur Reviews “BAZ: Star Crossed Love” at Palazzo
Paperposter shares his thoughts of the Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood show at T-Mobile Arena
Sammasseur reviews MINDFREAK LIVE – Criss Angel at Luxor
Sammasseur Reviews 53X Burlesque Revue At Paris
Kelly Lamrock Discusses a Few Simple Rules for enjoying Piano Bars
Blonde4ever Reviews Mike Hammer Comedy Magic at Four Queens
Sammasseur reviews Paul Zerdin: Mouthing Off
Greg Bennett takes his hog to the Downtown pool scene and sees Zowie Bowie at Citrus After a long workweek at the station (morning weathercaster…
Sammasseur reviews: Purple Reign
Michael James reviews the Elvis show: All Shook Up – Tribute to the King
Blonde4ever reviews Laughternoon with Adam London…
After a three year wait, Michael James gets a second chance to see Raiding the Rock Vault
Blonde4ever meets one of her favorite comedians at the Carrot Top Meet-N-Greet
Sammasseur discusses Las Vegas’ “Australian Connection”
Sammasseur: “The Beatles: LOVE” remains one of the most spectacular and satisfying shows in town.
“A big theatrical production is what Frankie Moreno deserves.”
Paperposter takes in a show: Wayne Newton’s “Up Close and Personal” here’s his review