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“I am always, always trying to reinvent myself."

Joey Fatone’s fans are stoked on his run in ‘Rock of Ages’—and so is he

February 25th, 2015

“I am always, always trying to reinvent myself."

  • "You have to work to be noticed. ... Maybe I should change the name of my show to Cirque du So Gay.”

  • The new pedestrian project the Park will be filled with wondrous effects and, we are told, a lot of live entertainment.

  • Anthony Bourdain caught up with a famous former mayor and a not-so-famous, but terrific, lounge performer during his sweep of Vegas. Bourdain also stopped at ...

  • Nevada OSHA has concluded that “Ka” artist Sarah Guillot-Guyard fell after the wire rope suspending her during the show’s Final Battle scene broke, causing her ...

  • There was a moment when entering a downtown speakeasy was not so easy, but Life Is Beautiful has opened the door to downtown to everyone.

  • Josh Strickland spent more than four years in "Peepshow" and will remain at Planet Hollywood playing a number of famous roles for David Saxe.

  • Britney Spears appeared in an adventurous "Good Morning America" stunt to announce her two-year residency at Planet Hollywood.

  • Jimmy Kimmel remembers when the UNLV Runnin' Rebels reached No. 1 and feeling a unique pride in being a Las Vegan.

  • Brody Dolyniuk is performing again at Smith Center, but don't expect the same songs in his new version of Symphonic Rock Show.

  • With the death of Dixie Evans and the closing of "Peepshow," two chapters in the history of burlesque have ended in Las Vegas.

  • The Black and White Party drew 3,500 to the Joint, and the partying didn't stop there.

  • Clint Holmes is always looking for new ideas for his shows at Cab Jazz. He's getting an avalanche this month.

  • The first AFAN Black & White Party was a success in the sense that organizers collected a lot of food. Today, the organization is still ...

  • Fit Labs was where Sarah Guillot-Guyard taught children the art of acrobatics, including on the final afternoon of her life.

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