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Archive for January 16, 2007

Rocking with the All-Stars
Where it might be possible to see NBA-ers - or another professional athlete or legend, or two - during the NBA All-Star Week ...
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John Katsilometes on how a young, behind-the-scenes operator was treated to quite a 21st birthday extravaganza
Marks is showroom manager for "Hypnosis Gone Wild" at the Harmon Theater at Krave. Marks is young to be in such a position - the weekend celebration was for his 21st birthday - but he ...
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Celine succeeding Celine?
Who will replace Celine Dion as the megaheadliner at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace when the superstar exits Dec. 15?
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Comedian looking for a new home for 'Bonk'
Comedian/magician Kerry Pollock wrapped up a showcase at the Rampart's Addison Lounge and is looking for a room.
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Editorial: Seeking some creativity
For example, in 2003 and 2005 the Legislature approved funding to build a state psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas. But the facility already is overcrowded, and too many of these patients are ending up in ...
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Letter: Nation-building on the backs of our soldiers
We are admonished that if we fail to win in Iraq the sky will fall, and disaster will be our eventual fate. Similar rhetoric about a communist takeover domino effect of Southeast Asia was continually ...
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Letter: Bush not hearing what America is saying
Can any of us believe that Bush would even listen to another proposal? After all, he completely ignored the Iraq Study Group's recommendations. He replaced military personnel who disagreed with his plan and replaced them ...
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Letter: Time to declare victory and get out
The objective had changed from "winning the war" to "winning the peace." Then-Sen. George Aiken from Vermont, in a 12-minute speech, proposed a simple solution. Declare a brilliant victory and get out (Vietnamization). Many moons, ...
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Indian gaming fuels industry's growth in U.S.
WASHINGTON - In the early 1960s, no states ran lotteries, only one - Nevada - allowed casinos, and Indian tribes had yet to discover bingo or glitzy casino halls.
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Reid stumbles in first week
WASHINGTON - Sen. Harry Reid's skills as new majority leader stumbled last week when he tried, and failed, to stop the Senate's anti-pork czars from meddling with his ethics reform bill.
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Starlets, limos, guns: Sex offender unit doesn't get its wish at adult expo
Chris Dreyer wanted very badly to attend the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo last week. He wanted to roll in with an entourage of 15. He wanted to roam as a rajah among thousands of adult ...
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Hafen says lobbyist job not result of backroom deal
Tessa Hafen said she didn't see it coming.
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