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More than 1.6 million people have viewed – and likely laughed – at Eric Buss’ YouTube clip.
When Amit “Duvdev” Duvdevani and Erez Eisen got out of the Israeli military in the mid-’90s and formed a musical duo, they didn’t anguish over a name; instead, they just appropriated one from some old friends – Infe...
Happy Independence Day!
A few changes in the routine promise plenty of holiday fun.
On Season 16 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Val Chmerkovskiy came close to hoisting the mirror-ball trophy with his partner, Zendaya, but they ran into the Derek Hough/Kelli Pickler juggernaut and came in second.
With only one pause – for a solo cover of “Greatest Love of All” – the Eldorado’s “Dance Inferno” serves up non-stop, rapid-fire, sometimes-exhilarating, sometimes-exhausting disco.
Casino entertainment this week is a veritable nostalgia buffet, with appetizing acts from several different decades under the heat lamps.
Memorial Day has come and gone, and now warm-weather festival and special-event season is upon us. While the casinos are bringing in major artists, there’s plenty to do outside as well, with some of it slightly off the beaten track.
When Wilson Phillips released its eponymous first album in 1990, the success was instantaneous and phenomenal.
Fans of Con Funk Shun have been waiting for the group’s new album, “The Sound of Grown Men,” but several years have passed since it was announced and a full record has yet to be released.