If you're looking for something to celebrate, join these stars in honoring their birthdays today, October 29th.

Ruel, Australian Musician, 18 

Ruel's unique sounding voice has landed him a successful career in music. After being born and raised in Isleworth, United Kingdom, the star moved to Sydney, Australia. He is known for the popular songs "Painkiller," "Younger," "Don't Tell Me," and "As Long As You Care." In 2018, he won the Breakthrough Artist Award for his hit single "Dazed & Confused" at the ARIA Music Awards.

Tracee Ellis Ross, Actress, 48

Tracee Ellis Ross is an American actress, producer, television host, and singer. She is known for her starring role in CW's Girlfriends and ABC's Black-ish where she earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy. Her work on the series has also earned her three consecutive NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series.

Winona Ryder, Actress, 49

Winona Ryder has had a very successful career on screen. Her first film debut was in the 1968 drama-comedy Lucas and gained major attention in her role in Tim Burton's Beetlejuice. She has also played a role in Edward Scissorhands and the musical dark comedy Heathers. She also portrayed Joyce Byers in the popular Netflix science fiction horror series Stranger Things which earned her a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Gabrielle Union, Actress, 48

Gabrielle Union is known for her role as Isis in the 2000 film Bring It On, Chastity in 10 Things I Hate About You, and Katie in the 1998 romance-comedy She's All That. In 2014, she earned an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special for her starring role in the BET drama Being Mary Jane.

Tove Lo, Swedish Singer-Songwriter, 33

Tove Lo is a Swedish songwriter who has made her mark in music across the globe. Her tracks "Habits" and "Talking Body" have all people singing along to the lyrics. At the Grammis Awards, the Swedish music award show, she took home five awards back in 2015, including Song of the Year and Artist of the Year.

Richard Dreyfuss, Actor, 73

Richard Dreyfuss has earned a successful career in television and can be seen in many different television shows and films. His credits include Jaws, American Graffiti, Stand by Me, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Tin Men, Stakeout, Always, What About Bob?, and Mr. Holland's Opus. In 2018, he earned an Academy Award, BAFTA Award, and Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role in the 1978 film The Goodbye Girl.

Rufus Sewell, English Film Actor, 53

Rufus Sewell is known for his roles as Sid Luft in Judy and Count Adhemar in A Knight's Tale. He can also been seen in The Illusionist, Dark City, Carrington, Hamlet, and The Legend of Zorro. In 2007, he won Best Actor for his performance in Rock 'N' Roll at Laurence Oliver Awards and Critics' Circle Theatre Awards.

Dan Castellaneta, Actor, 63

The famous voice behind legendary comic character Homer Simpson belongs to Dan Castellaneta. He has earned four Emmy awards for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance.

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Las Vegas Unveils New Gateway Arches

Move aside St. Louis...Las Vegas is stepping up their arch game!

Las Vegas has long been known as the home to bright stars and even brighter lights. As one of the entertainment capitols of the world, the Nevada city receives just shy of fifty million tourists each year.

Now the city has added yet another spectacle to take your breath away. "The Gateway Arches" is a new 80-foot structure that holds over 13,000 LED lights. The retro Las Vegas sign in the perfect backdrop for a vacation selfie as you visit the city. The arches even play music.

You can see them for yourself along the south end of the strip near vintage downtown Vegas. No matter what your plans are, it's a can't miss attraction on Las Vegas Boulevard.

The entertainment districts in the city took some big hits during the national shutdown due to COVID-19. Now the city is reopening and inviting visitors back into theaters.

The MGM Grand Las Vegas recently brought back multiple shows which had been on an indefinite hiatus since March. David Copperfield, Carrot Top, and more can be seen performing again in new spaced out performance spaces.

We can't wait to visit the arches ourselves when tourism is safe again!