‘What’s it like living in Las Vegas?’

Families lead normal lives, with kids who play soccer matches and parents who watch them

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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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Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, may revise John C. Frémont exhibit after my criticisms

Official acknowledges war criminal acts, among other bad stuff, was left out of display

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Las Vegas exhibit to open for war criminal John C. Frémont

By massacring Indians and Latinos, he helped open the West to gringos.

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Trump, Stormy, Las Vegas–and me

Turns out a 2006 Forbes issue I tried to sell for big bucks on Ebay wasn’t used to spank the future president

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Las Vegas news media scene remains weak

Top newspaper sat on explosive Steve Wynn story for 20 years, and other tales

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Nevada mountain north of Las Vegas still named for Confederate leader

Jeff Davis Peak is state’s third highest point

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Las Vegas Strip isn’t in Las Vegas, and other oddities

The famous gambling district sits in unincorporated Clark County

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Clark County, home of Las Vegas, is named for a corrupt tycoon

Copper mogul William A. Clark tried to bribe his way into U.S. Senate before putting a railroad straight through the future Sin City

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The Las Vegas mobster next door

Guilty plea by Mafia boss living in suburbs creates local buzz

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