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Past articles by Norm:

Wayne Allyn Root says Trump is own best spokesman

Wayne Allyn Root says the controversy over Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump allegedly pretending to be his own publicist back in the ’90s is no big deal. Root said he used to do it and it only helped his career. → Read More

More than 1,000 attend tribute for Angelil at Caesars Palace

Rene Angelil loved the iconic theme music for "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," the spaghetti Western starring Clint Eastwood. Which is why it was the opening music for his celebration of life tribute Wednesday at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. → Read More

Smith Center's Martin has sights on 'Hamilton'

Broadway's hottest show starts touring next year, it was announced Tuesday, and Myron Martin confirmed he's taking aim at "Hamilton." → Read More

Angelil and R.C. — a father-son outing to remember

My definition of a good day? There are many in this job. But having the telephone ring and hearing Rene Angelil's voice was always a joy. → Read More

Death of Dion's husband followed by loss of brother

Celine Dion's siege of heartbreak worsened Saturday when her brother Daniel died on what would have been her husband Rene Angelil's 74th birthday. → Read More

Celine Dion sang her goodbyes to husband Rene Angelil

We knew in July. Celine Dion was saying goodbye to the love of her life. Her selection of songs said it all during what had to be one of most difficult nights of her career. → Read More

Damon hints at big Strip scene for 'Bourne'

Turns out Matt Damon's latest "Bourne" film might shut down the Strip. Damon, in a recent interview with Variety, said the untitled film involves a "big car chase on the Strip." → Read More

Filming for 'Bourne' sequel to start near Smith Center

Filming for an untitled sequel of the "Bourne" film series starring Matt Damon will start next week near The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. → Read More

'Rock solid' source puts Manziel at Hakkasan club

Photoshopped images of Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel in a blond wig and mustache flooded the Internet on Tuesday amid a frenzy over whether he was in Las Vegas over the weekend. → Read More

Report: Manziel wore disguise in Las Vegas

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel wore a disguise that included a blonde wig, fake mustache, glasses and a hoodie during a casino-hopping visit, a Las Vegas ESPN affiliate reported Monday. → Read More

2015 was full of blunders, rebounds, quotes and feuds

Some of the best news-making memories of 2015 includes Steve Harvey's epic blunder as a host of last Sunday's Miss Universe pageant at Planet Hollywood. → Read More

Ex-Rebels star Adams takes shots at UNLV coaches

Former UNLV basketball star Jovan "Wink" Adams isn't hiding his disappointment in the Rebels' inability to close out games. → Read More

Irishmen make mayhem in, out of octagon at UFC 194

The MGM Grand had its rafters rattled by an Irish invasion over the weekend during UFC 194. According to reports, about 30,000 Irish fans showed up in Las Vegas to support countryman Conor McGregor in his UFC featherweight title unification bout against Jose Aldo. → Read More

'Jubilee,' the Strip's longest-running production, to close Feb. 11

The long-rumored closure of the iconic production show "Jubilee" became official Sunday. Bally's Las Vegas announced the finale of Donn Arden's showgirl spectacular will be Feb. 11. → Read More

Sinatra impersonator slams CBS Sinatra tribute

Longtime Frank Sinatra impressionist Bob Anderson has slammed the CBS Sinatra special featuring Grammy stars in a Facebook rant on Monday. → Read More

That hair in your food might have been Sinatra's

For nearly 30 years, Las Vegas restaurateurs Jimmy and Josie Fasolini loved surprising friends with their prize possession — a Frank Sinatra hairpiece. → Read More

When Sinatra burped in Las Vegas, people went dining

Pabst claimed it had the beer that made Milwaukee famous. Then there's Frank Sinatra's famous burp: It turned a mobbed-up Las Vegas restaurant into a destination sensation. → Read More

Firefighter still chilled by MGM Grand blaze

Thirty-five years later, Clark County Fire Capt. Jon Sabol can't escape the horrific images of the MGM Grand fire. → Read More

Famed tap dancer to be honored next week in Las Vegas

Dancer Prince C. Spencer, one of the last survivors of the golden age of tap, died in Las Vegas last week at the age of 98. → Read More

Will this really be Hammargren's last Nevada Day bash?

Former Lt. Gov. Lonnie Hammargren is hosting his latest "last" Nevada Day celebration in somewhat the same way Cher approaches her Farewell Tours. → Read More