Forbes 400 roster in Las Vegas falls to two

And despite desert living they use a lot of water,too

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Las Vegas could do a lot more to fight the pandemic

Clark County Commission imposes a half-hearted mask mandate

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In Las Vegas COVID-19 looks like the issue in 2022 race for governor

But Nevadans have only themselves to blame for bad pandemic data

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In Las Vegas, many folks openly reject COVID-19 vaccinations

Strange logic abounds at Dog Fancier’s Park

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Las Vegas is not out of the pandemic woods

John J. Lee, only Republican candidate for governor, catches COVID-19 and admits he didn’t vaccinate

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Pandemic has killed more Las Vegas folks per capita than rest of U.S.

Death rate is 7% worse than the country’s

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Las Vegas locals are told to stay home and let tourists face coronavirus

To Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, jobs are the thing

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In Las Vegas, Forbes 400 roster continues to thin

Elaine Wynn drops off, leaving just four

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Post-pandemic, what will be left of the Las Vegas Strip?

Social distancing will retard recovery of the Sin City economy

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Carolyn Goodman isn’t the mayor of the Las Vegas Strip, or me

She draws national scorn for CNN interview calling for economic reopenings but disclaiming the coronavirus consequences

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From Las Vegas, thoughts on the pandemic recession and the election

Economic downturns last on average 20 months, which would be well past the 2020 presidential election

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Social distancing Las Vegas-style

Tourists still crowd for photo at famous Strip icon

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Coronavirus crisis suggests Las Vegas economy remains a one-trick pony

Since the Great Recession, there hasn’t been much diversification away from “sin stuff”

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New study ranks Las Vegas economy as very good but off a bit

Milken Institute report says Reno and Carson City did far better against peers

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Thoughts on Las Vegas and ‘View of the World from 9th Avenue’

Sin City graced Saul Steinberg’s magazine cover masterpiece in 1976

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Green Book–the real thing, not the movie–shows racist history of Las Vegas

Over three decades, just five places were deemed hospitable to black travelers

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Las Vegas contingent falters on Forbes 400 list

Two drop off, while most still on trail gains of peers

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In Las Vegas, watch what they write, not what they show, at Sprouts

Packaging shows four enchiladas, but smaller print says “3 Servings”

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Wealth of Las Vegas richest folks rises less than stock market

But nine on Forbes 400 still worth $55.6 billion

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Las Vegas weddings are still a big industry

One out of every 25 U.S. weddings takes place in Sin City

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