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A weekly feature on KNPR for eight years, this is an audio archive of many of the stories from Making Nevada Home.Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The story of this man's journey to Las Vegas begins in a Jewish neighborhood in Hanover, Germany in 1938. Through a series of amazing developments, Jurgen found his way to Nevada and to become a valued member of KNPR.
Listen to some mouthwatering descriptions as we visit with the women of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church as they prepare for this year's Greek Food Festival.
When home used to be Maine, the transition to life in southern Nevada can be tough...both the desert and the big city of Las Vegas.
The founder of a local elementary school looks back over 18 years of adjusting to and thriving in Nevada.
Backpacking in the back-country of Nevada with the help of llamas.
Each year, Las Vegan Tiya Coleman travels to Black Rock Desert for the Burning Man Festival. Listen to her role at the gathering - as a DJ on 'Radio Free Burning Man.'
It's not the heat or the dryness, it's the SPACE that makes the biggest impression on an East coast transplant in this week's story.
You'd have to head out to Blue Diamond to live a rural existence near Las Vegas these days. Shirley Shown recalls the days when rural living could be had right in the center of Las Vegas.
The story of the ghosts who made 'The Ice House' home.
A ban on singing on the job doesn't deter one of the original 'Flamingo Brats.' Jane Ellsworth-Olive tells the story of her most memorable summer job at the Flamingo.