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The Great American Awakening

By Robert C. Koehler, Old wounds break open. Deep, encrusted wrongs are suddenly visible. The streets flow with anger and solidarity. The past and the future meet. The news is all Trump, all the time, but what’s really happening is only minimally about Donald Trump, even though his outrageous actions and bizarre alliances are the […]

Leaving Las Vegas: Nelson, Nevada the Ghost Town

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Leaving Las Vegas: Nelson, Nevada the Ghost Town

Written and photography by Jake Conlee It is no surprise that Las Vegas was born of transportation, due in part to it’s idyllic location as a thoroughfare between Salt Lake City, Denver and the West Coast. Las Vegas Valley wasn’t a prosperous mining area including the small towns and  hovels in the mountains and hills […]

The NFR is Galloping Out of Las Vegas: The End of a Legacy

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The NFR is Galloping Out of Las Vegas: The End of a Legacy

By Jake Conlee Informer Media Group I have seen the headline in every media outlet here in the Las Vegas Valley, and it is a bit of news that is truly evocative to me. I must state that first and foremost, this is just my opinion and insight as to how I view the National […]

Hidden Las Vegas: The Goldstrom Collection of Hot Rods and Memorabilia

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Hidden Las Vegas: The Goldstrom Collection of Hot Rods and Memorabilia

By Jake Conlee One of my favorite facts about Las Vegas, is that most of the hidden gems are right under our noses. Tucked away in ambiguous strip malls, or buried within the concrete maze of non-descript industrial parks, are numerous businesses that keep our city sparkling. In these places, our city is being lit […]

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