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Walking In Vegas
Walking In Vegas

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AIR DATE: October 7, 2013

Now that the weather is finally cooling down you might think it’s time to get out and start walking again. Don’t bother! That’s the advice from Wayne Curtis.

He says Las Vegas should be preserved as Unwalkable National Park – a monument to how not to build a city in which people can actually walk.

He is writing a book on the history of walking in America.

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Wayne Curtis, author

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