July 3 1975 Las Vegas Flood - Arguably the worst flood in Las Vegas history
July 3, 1975 Las Vegas Flood: Three-plus inches of rain, nearly a year's average precipitation for Las Vegas, fell in a matter of hours.
RETRO LAS VEGAS: 1980s Imperial Palace Postcard
A popular attraction at the Imperial Palace was the Antique and Classic Auto Collection which featured over 200 rare and specialty cars on display. The museum still exists, but with an ever changing display where the vintage autos can be purchased as well as viewed.
right. that's it. no more booze till... well no more booze till i can't possibly stand no more booze one more second without exploding. i do like a little drink now and again (mainly again) and if there's just me in a corner of a lovely dingy little boozer of a chilly afternoon i'm fine nursing a sneaky half or a tinkling some ice around a tumbler of something sweet it's when there's company the trouble starts. my big mouth just can't stay shut and there's unstopable babbling that turns into…
‘Beau John’ — The untold story of John Wayne’s last film project
The Duke intended to reunite with Ron Howard in “Beau John,” an unrealized post-Shootist screenplay exploring 1920s-era Kentucky rural…
The entrance to the Last Frontier Village, Las Vegas, circa 1950s
Film transparency of the front entrance to the Last Frontier Village. The Silver Slipper Gambling Hall is seen in the foreground. Digital Publisher University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries Access and Ordering Information Contact UNLV Digital Collections and provide digital ID number below Digital Collection Name Dreaming the Skyline: Resort Architecture and the New Urban Space See this item at UNLV's Digital Collections Digital ID sky000541
Boyd plans $4 billion hotel on Las Vegas Strip
Boyd Gaming Corp. plans to tear down the old Stardust casino to make way for a $4 billion hotel and casino complex on 63 acres of the Las Vegas Strip — one of the largest such developments planned in a town known for mega projects.