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August 21, 2008

Original Huntridge Theatre Drawing Discovered

I don’t have the back story as to who found it, how they found it, or anything else. Pam Hartley emailed it to me last night, and I decided to not wait to publish it. […]
August 12, 2008

Meeting Reminders – Huntridge Theatre

The unveiling of the adaptive re-use plan for the HUNTRIDGE THEATRE Wednesday 8/13 6:30 to 8 pm at the Rainbow’s End Natural Foods on Sahara. We’d really like as many people as possible to take […]
August 8, 2008

Huntridge Theatre Adaptive Re-Use Plans To Be Unveiled

Eli Mizrachi the owner of the Huntridge Theatre has been very busy. He really did take us to heart that we didn’t want to allow him to tear it down. The “Save The Huntridge” steering committee, […]
August 2, 2008

Another Mid Mod Bites The Dust –

We reported back on October 10th about the Federated Employees building which until the other day stood in out in front of the Italian American Club at Eastern and Sahara. Now it’s gone. The Atomic […]
July 29, 2008

UNLV Goes Brown – Not Green

Today’s guest editorial is by MaryMargaret Stratton of the Atomic Age Alliance. There have been many posts on VVV about Maude Frazier Hall, and the efforts that have been made to preserve it instead of demolish […]
July 11, 2008

Friends Of Classic Las Vegas To Meet At The Morelli House

One of my favorite organizations is “Friends Of Classic Las Vegas”. They’re all about the people who made Las Vegas. They sponsor panel discussions every month, but there’s also the business meeting side of it. […]
June 17, 2008

Take A Trip To Boulder City Nevada If You’d Like To See What Historic Preservation Can Accomplish

Boulder City was the first master planned community in Clark County. They built a little town out of nothing high on the bluffs overlooking the Colorado River. They built the town while they were building […]
June 16, 2008

The Historic Preservation Summit Meeting Helps Chart A New Course For Las Vegas

This last Saturday, a wide variety of people from many of the non-profits, government agencies and business that are devoted to preservation gathered at the first “Historic Preservation Summit” for Clark County. We met in […]
June 12, 2008

Has The Huntridge Theatre Been Saved?

Many of us in the “historic preservation movement” have been working for months now, to keep the political pressure on the owner of the Huntridge. Our goal was to get him to find an adaptive use that saves […]
May 19, 2008

Historic Preservation Day In Las Vegas

“RE-INVENTION” Photographic Display At Las Vegas City Hall First up on Historic Preservation Day For Las Vegas was “Re-Invention”. Our very own cultural historian, and occasional guest blogger Brian Paco Alvarez curated a photographic exhibit […]