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Coming up on Tuesday's program...
Early voting started this weekend. We'll check in with the Clark County Registrar of Voters about how the first few days went.
Here’s the set–up for a poem: A writer is at McCarran International Airport. She’s on her way to a writer’s conference. While waiting for her plane to board – she encounters Elvis.
John L. Smith says Nevada's secretive laws of incorporation need to be toughened.
And Lynn Comella, UNLV professor of gender and sexuality studies, says the growth in the sex toy market mirrors the rise of feminism and women getting into the market in the United States.
Early voting for the primary election began over the weekend, with nearly 15,000 Southern Nevadans casting their ballots.
Many older people among us have a rough time of it in Nevada.
A five-year effort to came to fruition over the Memorial Day weekend with the dedication of the Nevada Veterans Memorial.
Earlier this month, Black Mountain Institute explored the literature of war, with authors who have been involved in some way in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Southern Nevada home prices might not be rising as fast as they used to, but the number of real estate agents looking to sell those houses is booming.
Just a month after the opening of the T-Mobile Arena on the Strip, plans were announced this week for another major Las Vegas entertainment venue.
Even though New York University Professor and media critic Jay Rosen has written extensively about the Sheldon Adelson-era at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, he still has a few questions.
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