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Archive for September 8, 2006

Ron Kantowski has heard of camping out for football tickets before, but this is ridiculous
It wasn't very long and it didn't move very fast.
7:31 a.m.
Jeff Haney on an intellectual property rights lawsuit filed by poker players against the World Poker Tour that might be easily dismissed by the court of public opinion
Konik marveled that poker players, of all people, have emerged as the new breed of American heroes:
7:30 a.m.
ARTS NOTES
"Hifalutin," an exhibit opening tonight at Dust Gallery, brings Lisa Stefanelli and Peter Fox - two abstract painters with uncommon techniques - back to Las Vegas.
7:30 a.m.
Offstage, he stays more grounded
What: "Delirium"
7:30 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Sep 08, 2006
All this talk of strip clubs lately - what with G-Sting and the Crazy Horse problems - has Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman thinking again. And that can be a dangerous thing. He told reporters ...
7:30 a.m.
Jon Ralston on the cozy setup of commissioner and recorder candidate
Lost amid the hullabaloo of Deane's forcible removal from office is that the race to succeed her features a county employee who also happens to be a commissioner's business partner.
7:30 a.m.
Editorial: Rock on, for a fee
Maybe that was the case back in 1973 when, as the Las Vegas Sun reported Thursday, the ailing lead singer for Deep Purple said he was too ill to perform and it caused what the ...
7:30 a.m.
Editorial: A moral obligation to help
Five years after the terror attacks it is clear that government officials failed to anticipate the extent of the health effects on the approximately 40,000 responders.
7:29 a.m.
Letter: Salt Lake City mayor stands up for Americans
Rocky Anderson, as Salt Lake City's mayor, spoke from his heart and participated in a demonstration against George W. Bush when the president came to Salt Lake City to address an American Legion convention last ...
7:29 a.m.
Letter: Stuckey school would be good for Las Vegas
As Mr. Greenspun stated, Rhythmettes were held in high esteem. Mrs. Stuckey demanded they be role models for the school. These girls were respected for their drill team contributions and, in return, were expected to ...
7:29 a.m.
Letter: President does not speak for everyone
Our secretary of state, Dean Heller, who is the Republican nominee in Nevada's 2nd Congressional District, was quoted as saying, "If we withdraw our troops or set a timetable, it plays into the hands of ...
7:29 a.m.
Editorial: Looking to November
Bush and most Republicans want to create special tribunals that have no congressional oversight, in which defendants aren't privy to the evidence being used to prosecute them and in which hearsay and coerced testimony are ...
7:28 a.m.
China's rush to gamble has Macau cashing in
MACAU - As I maneuver down the ferry gangway, dozens of fellow passengers from Hong Kong run by, racing to get into this city.
7:28 a.m.
She ran bakery with special family touch
Whether it was putting black frosting on orange Halloween cookies or overseeing the preparation of 5,000 wedding cakes a year, Esther Fried made sure her bakery never lost its special family feeling.
7:28 a.m.
And this is me with Dina
Dina Titus looked self-assured as she stood next to former Virginia governor and presumed presidential candidate Mark Warner, like the new boss.
7:28 a.m.
'We are doing something sacred'
Only 15 minutes before, a local television crew had been pounding on the locked front door of the House of Deliverance Church in North Las Vegas, chasing news that the congregation was hunkered down inside, ...
7:28 a.m.
Rizzolo action may backfire
The Las Vegas City Council got tough with strip club owner Rick Rizzolo this week - sending a signal that public officials won't tolerate the behavior that led to his criminal troubles.
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