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The owner of Dotty’s, a chain of slot parlors around Southern Nevada, is interested in purchasing the old Moulin Rouge Property and the City of Las Vegas is supporting the idea.
A company that’s under contract to buy the property where Las Vegas’ first racially integrated casino once stood wants to build a Moulin Rouge revival on the site.
Clark County officials have decided not to purchase the historic site of the former Moulin Rouge casino.
The City of Las Vegas has voted to demolish the remaining buildings on the historic Moulin Rouge property.
The Moulin Rouge was once the glittering center of the Historic Westside in Las Vegas.
A judge approved Clark County’s bid for the former Moulin Rouge property, opening a new chapter for the historic West Las Vegas property.
The Moulin Rouge once housed the first desegregated hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
Sixty years after it closed, there are new offers to buy and restore the historic property. Is the timing finally right?
A Nevada judge scuttled a plan to build on the historic site of the first racially integrated casino in Las Vegas, citing infighting in the would-be development firm and a better offer from another buyer.
The old Moulin Rouge Hotel-Casino at 900 West Bonanza Road has a special place in the history of the city.
When Sarann Knight Preddy died at the age of 94, gaming and the African American community lost their grande dame. Come to think of it, so did everybody else in Nevada.
More than signs, Betty Willis' creations are emblems of home