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Archive for April 24, 2007

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What: Fifth annual World Poker Tour Championship final table
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Expect one cool show when 'Ice' debuts at Riviera
Who: "Ice: Direct From Russia"
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Taking his art to the streets
Throw Buster Simpson onto any street corner, urban pathway or office park and within seconds he has surveyed the site, calculated options and absorbed the demographics, social and economic history. Then he can sputter an ...
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John Katsilometes picks up some old material at an Old Vegas event, the third annual Meatball Awards
The event at Imperial Palace's Imperial Theatre was alternately touching and bizarre but never boring. What more can you say about an event where the award presenters included a lounge legend (the ever-bronzed Cook E. ...
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FLASHPOINT for Apr 24, 2007
There is something in mental health known as denial. First lady Dawn Gibbons demonstrated this when asked about criticism of her husband: "I don't really think it's criticism. You know if you look at the ...
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Editorial: Policing a faith
An Orthodox Jew, Riback has run into trouble because he wants to grow a beard and wear a yarmulke, the traditional head covering, to keep in line with his beliefs. Metro Police policy requires that ...
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Editorial: Aware of dangers
As the Washington Post reported Monday, the FDA did not have the resources to address the problems at a Georgia peanut butter plant or a California spinach farm. Astonishingly, the agency relied on the food ...
7:11 a.m.
Letter: Searching for ways to prevent deadly violence
In earlier generations, youth "solved" their problems with fist fights and direct confrontation. Though this may not be the best manner of solving conflicts, at least pain inflicted on one person was pain felt (to ...
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Letter: Responsibility best taught by discipline
The day passed and we each went home, where we now needed to ask our parents to provide us with an "excused absence note" in order to participate in the next school day. My mother ...
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Letter: Let's put events into perspective
What if American newspapers put the photographs of American soldiers who have died in Iraq on their front pages each month? Do the media feel that we just don't need a reminder that there is ...
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Editorial: But at what cost?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, mindful of the message that voters sent Congress in November, is leading the way in applying the pressure. He and other Democratic leaders have been forced into this ...
7:10 a.m.
Reid's words on war ring loudly
WASHINGTON - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's blurted statement last week that the Iraq war is lost may have damaged his party's standing as it heads to a showdown with President Bush.
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Giuliani leads in cash grab
Giuliani leads in cash grab
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Prognosis improving
Nevada's chronic need for health care professionals is being addressed by the likes of Matthew McGauran, who is a few weeks shy of getting his physician assistant license.
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U.S. marshals rev up auction with confiscated Indy car
Anyone in the market for an Indy race car?
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New owners brush Aladdin's old image under the carpet
Last year the Aladdin, in the midst of a two-year reconstruction project, pulled in only about as much cash as the Tropicana or Riviera - properties decades older and supposedly less competitive.
7:10 a.m.
CORRECTIONS
A story Sunday incorrectly reported that officer Nancy Carlin and her K-9 partner , Oscar , work in Metro's detention and enforcement department. Carlin and Oscar work for the city of Las Vegas' detention and ...
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