But Dion has made Vegas safe again for big-name talent of a certain age.
Back in the '80s and '90s recording studios in the town drew in big-name artists from the music scene.
That means shoppers will no longer have to rely on the big-name designers to concoct pieces with the latest trends.
On the eve of key Afghan elections, Obama has a new headache: big-name left-wing critics.
Star reporter Brian Stelter just jumped ship to CNN, the latest in a string of big-name exits.
“In Iowa, in a caucus state, big-name operatives and consultants are overrated,” he said.
A smattering of big-name folks turned up, including Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro and Mira Nair.
Shriver instead used her famous maiden name to win the support of celebrities and big-name politicians for the Special Olympics.
The wave of big-name departures is spooking the Democrats as the 2010 campaign begins.
They had hoped to attract blockbuster stars like Pink or Beyoncé, but by early spring hadn't signed up any big-name talent.
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