Steve Bornfeld

Steve Bornfeld

Associate Editor

Contact: 868-4578 • Email

One of the state’s preeminent entertainment writers, Bornfeld joins Vegas Seven as our newest associate editor. A fan of the word “peripatetic,” he has worked for 30 years as a features editor, writer and columnist at newspapers and magazines from New York to Las Vegas. Stops included Hearst Newspapers, Gannett News Service, the New York Post and both the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Sun. Honored by the Nevada Press Association, Best of the West and the Society for Features Journalism, he has extensively covered the arts, including the development of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. A Bronx boy at heart, his only complaint about Las Vegas is that he can’t take the subway to work.



Enoch Is Enough

What would earn you and me a pink slip, a hard slap and a lawsuit is a professional necessity for actor Enoch Augustus Scott in Zombie Burlesque, where publicly squeezing your co-worker’s privates is a condition of employment. Read More



Fator Attraction

Affably old-school and jarringly contemporary. And a head-scratcher, still. Such is the conundrum—at least for me—of undeniably talented ventriloquist Terry Fator, whose routines recall the acts slotted between plate-spinners and juggling unicyclists on The Ed Sullivan Show, but peppered with references to pubic hair and Kardashian sexual proclivities. Discomfort over provocative ventriloquism feels downright Read More