Covid TV
People keep asking what I’ve been watching while self-isolating, so here’s a look at seven programs and three documentaries that I’ve either recently streamed or am looking forward to streaming. [Part 1 of 2]
One Drop 2020
This Friday—after having canceled the 8th edition of the annual ONE NIGHT FOR ONE DROP™ gala, last month, due to the coronavirus pandemic—the One Drop Foundation and Cirque du Soleil have teamed up to present a one-hour online special!
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas continued its already significant philanthropic efforts by raiding the minibars of the resort’s 3,000+ rooms to gather food items and beverages that were then donated to a trio of local nonprofit organizations
On hearing of his passing, and recollecting that my very first “Diva Las Vegas” column for VEGAS had been about Sirio Maccioni and the release of his memoirs, I thought I’d revisit it, here, for y’all—a bit of social commentary as a time capsule from 2004, if you will—in memory of a brilliant restaurateur, and a truly charming man.
One World
The Lady Gaga-curated, Global Citizen-produced ONE WORLD: TOGETHER AT HOME concert raised nearly $130 million for the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. And, while all of the performances were great, these were my favorites.
One World
The who, what, when, and where for ONE WORLD: TOGETHER AT HOME, this weekend's virtual all-star concert curated by Lady Gaga, produced by Global Citizen, and hosted by late-night's troika of Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert
Their first Vegas residency show, AEROSMITH: DEUCES ARE WILD extended due to overwhelming demand, the Bad Boys from Boston have doubled down on their legacy as America’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band
After a half-century of delivering scorching blues-tinged rock and roll, the five members of Aerosmith (all of whom have been clean-and-sober since the aughts) still rock hard and sound damn good doing so
LV Sands Donation
Whether it’s millions of masks to the first responders and health-care professionals of Nevada and New York, 60 pallets of food to Three Square, 1,900 test kits to Nevada’s citizens, or 55,000 bottles of water to Las Vegas-area non-profits, Las Vegas Sands continues to give big, both at home and away.