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Coming up on Monday's program ...
Economist John Restrepo joins us to talk Nevada unemployment figures, which have ticked up the past two months.
Syd Stewart is a poet, actor, and the founder of Better Youth, a Los Angeles-based organization that uses the arts to inspire young people. She lives in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Donald Trump gave his acceptance speech last night and one of the trending words immediately after was “dystopian.”
The New York times this morning said:
They want Donald Trump as president and Hillary Clinton behind bars.
And Review Journal columnist Steve Sebelius is in Cleveland at the Republican National Convention to take it all in.
Terry Fator recently signed a new, five-year contract at Mirage and added a politically charged puppet to his routine.
The essayist and author of "Up In The Air" has called Las Vegas home for roughly a year. What does he make of it?
Few of the 45 million passengers who passed through McCarran International Airport last year likely gave much thought to the reputation of its namesake, Sen. Patrick McCarran, who died in 1954.
In his book, "Sounds of the New Deal: The Federal Music Project in the West," Peter Gough explores the impact of the project on music performance, education, and employment in Nevada.
Before taking a positing teaching creative writing at the University of Chicago, Vu Tran called Las Vegas home.
In Nevada, most of the entertainment centers around casinos and fancy restaurants.
The early news out of the Republican National Convention had to do with delegates.
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