Casinos have been open for weeks—undeterred by 123 visitors who tested positive, a Caesars employee who died, and a hospital system reaching the breaking point.
A docu-fiction hybrid, the new film “Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets” pays loving tribute to the dimly lit, booze-filled watering holes that many folks call home.
It will be weeks before we know any coronavirus impact of protests. Meanwhile, a handful of hot destinations in states with scary trends are opening up for business.
Nomi Malone’s is “a story many queer people understand to our core,” writes Jeffrey McHale, the director of the documentary “You Don’t Nomi,” available June 9th.
Anti-government extremists allegedly plotted to incinerate a power station and cause flaming mayhem at Las Vegas protests.
“Today, the world has lost one of the greats of magic, but I have lost my best friend,” said Siegfried Fischbacher.
All told, 1,500 employees at hotels owned by the Trump Organization have been laid off or furloughed since the pandemic began.