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Video Vault | Spot not so lucky for lot near Convention Center 
The Las Vegas Convention Center has been an important part of the local economy and has clearly contributed to the growth and prosperity of southern Nevada. So you would think that developing a property right across the street is a no-brainer, right? Guess again.
Commissioner Bud Albright at Center (Las Vegas News Bureau)
Video Vault | Convention Center's 55th anniversary 
A short list of game-changers for the Las Vegas valley has to include the opening of the Las Vegas Convention Center in April 1959.
Video Vault | Binion's Million Dollar Photo Display 
From 1954 to 1999, the collection of 100 $10,000 bills at Binion's Horseshoe, a popular downtown attraction for both tourists and locals alike. Anyone could get their picture taken there for free.
1934 (UNLV Special Collections)
VIDEO VAULT: When El Portal was 'coolest' spot in Vegas 
It's mostly forgotten as one of many gift shops on Fremont Street these days. But at one time, the El Portal was the grandest theater in Las Vegas.
In US Custody After Deportation From Israel (Paramount Pictures)
Video Vault | Roth had parallels to Vegas figure 
This is a sequel to the story we brought you last week about Moe Greene. This time, we look to an older mobster from "The Godfather: Part II" who held a paternalistic view of Greene.
VIDEO VAULT | Who was 'Moe Greene' in real life? 
"The Godfather" is a fictional movie, but some of its characters and incidents are based on real life. The character "Moe Greene" appears to be drawn from three different Las Vegas mob associates.
1951 Portrait (Los Angeles Public Library, Herald-Examiner Collection)
Las Vegas Creations of Famed Architect Paul Revere Williams 
The name Paul Revere Williams may not be familiar to the public at large. But he is well known in the world of architecture, and you will instantly recognize a couple of his distinctive Las Vegas designs.
Detail (UNLV Special Collections)
From the Depths of Lake Mead: St. Thomas, NV 
It was once the most important town in what is now Southern Nevada...before it became our Atlantis. Now, St. Thomas is high and dry once again.
Ice Hockey in the Desert 
Several outdoor NHL games are played each winter. But the first ever game pitting two NHL teams against each other happened in Las Vegas in 1991, on an unseasonably hot September evening.

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