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Photo: Kevin Burke, center, oversees the marriage of Juli
Strip Scribbles: Kevin Burke weds couple onstage during his show
Monday, February 20, 2012
Kevin, who is an ordained minister, got the groom onstage during the interactive magic hypnosis portion of the comedy performance. Without ...
Casino employee denied workers comp after falling out of office chair
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
A casino worker injured when he fell out of his chair while trying to prop his feet on the desk has lost a round in his bid to collect worker's compensation insurance payments.
Stevens brothers get approval of Fitzgeralds purchase, say they're planning upgrades
Stevens brothers get approval of Fitzgeralds purchase, say they're planning upgrades
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Gambling in downtown Las Vegas has been in a slump but brothers Derek and Gregory Stevens are betting business will pick up. The state Gaming Commission Thursday gave final approval to the brothers to buy Fitzgeralds Hotel and Casino.
Fitzgeralds seeks to shut down website over alleged trademark infringement
Thursday, November 11, 2010
The operator of the Fitzgeralds hotel-casinos in Las Vegas and around the country went to court Wednesday in hopes of shutting down a website it says is infringing on its trademarks.
Photo: Kevin Burke, star of
Second show, tougher crowd
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
COMEDY : ‘Caveman’ star moonlights at Fitzgeralds, works hard as stand-up to win over audience
Comedian Kevin Burke lumbers like an over-the-hill fullback, dodging taxi cabs and construction barriers on his one-block dash from the Golden Nugget to Fitzgeralds.
Fitzgeralds owner eyeing Strip, Detroit expansion
Friday, February 25, 2005
The owner of the Fitzgeralds hotel and casino in downtown Las Vegas said he is hungrily eyeing the Strip to expand his gaming business but intends to wait several months before casino-shopping in the hope that skyrocketing prices stabilize.
Fitzgeralds' value cut by $10 million
Wednesday, March 3, 2004
Majestic Star officials last year said spinning off the Las Vegas property would free it from the restrictive covenants on bank and bond loans and would allow the company to more easily pursue upgrades and other capital spending projects downtown.

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