Flora Dungan built this Mid Century Modern home in Las Vegas in 1964. The Flora Dungan Humanities Building at UNLV was named in her honor. More about her is here. The… read more →
They’re proposing an expansion of the Redevelopment Districts in the City of Las Vegas. A series of meetings have been set up to discuss this and to get input from… read more →
Last night’s sunset from my front yard in the historic downtown Las Vegas neighborhoods that I call Very Vintage Vegas. There’s 2 redeeming aspects of the annual August/September monsoon season.… read more →
There’s all kinds of slumps. Batting Slumps, Pitching Slumps, Career Slumps, Income Slumps (if you’re in sales you know what I mean), Oil Clean-up Slumps and Political Capital Slumps (ask… read more →
If you’ve never taken a drive or a stroll thru Boulder City, it’s something you really ought to do. It’s got lots of very well preserved pre war houses, and… read more →
If you’re not a supporter of KNPR – you ought to be. One of the benefits, besides great radio programming is their companion magazine –aptly named– “Desert Companion”. There’s FOUR articles… read more →
Thanks to reader and client Suzanne for pointing this out.