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Beginning in the 1950s and onward, Bob Kaufman was a shining light in what’s known as the San Francisco poetry renaissance.
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John L. Smith called this one.
Who can smoke, and where, and how people can obtain it?
The Las Vegas Arts District has come a long way since 2003.
Nevadans can look forward to increasing economic opportunities in 2017, but property taxes and interest rates might be on the rise as well.
A generous doctor and anonymous donors brightened the spirits — and the vision — of a Las Vegas teenager who is recovering from eyesight-saving surgery.
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