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New United States Postal Service First-Class Stamp Shows Wrong Statue of...

WASHINGTON (AP).- Just as the post office was hoping to promote going green, it finds itself red-faced. It turns out that a first-class stamp featuring the Statue of Liberty is based on a photo of a Las Vegas replica of the statue. Postal Service spoke...

Light Sculptures Drawn from the Floor Plans of Iconic Skyscrapers at...

NEW YORK, NY.- Paul Kasmin Gallery presents an exhibition of new works by the Chilean artist Iván Navarro. Heaven or Las Vegas, featuring fluorescent light sculptures drawn from the floor plans of iconic skyscrapers, will be on view at 293 Tenth Avenu...

The World’s First Production Motorcycle to Headline Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction

LAS VEGAS.- A complete 1894/95 Hildebrand & Wolfmüller will highlight Bonhams first Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction at The Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino hosted by the Auto Collection on 6th January 2011. Coming from a private American collection where...

Fans Mourn Closing of Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP).- The financially depleted Liberace Museum has closed, with no ceremonial toast or parting words from any museum official. Hundreds of visitors admired the feathered capes and bejeweled costumes of Liberace during its final hours Sunda...

Fans Mourn Closing of Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP).- The financially depleted Liberace Museum has closed, with no ceremonial toast or parting words from any museum official. Hundreds of visitors admired the feathered capes and bejeweled costumes of Liberace during its final hours Sunda...

Actor and Surrealist Painter, Tony Curtis, Dies at Age 85 in...

LAS VEGAS (AP).- Tony Curtis, who defiantly worked to mold himself from a 1950s movie heartthrob to a respected actor with such films as "Sweet Smell of Success," ''The Defiant Ones" and "Some Like It Hot," has died. He was 85. The Oscar-nominated acto...

Christopher Henry Gallery Presents the London Biennale 2010

NEW YORK, NY.- The London Biennale was founded in 1998 by David Medalla. It has evolved into an artist community loosely based around London and the biennial events that take place there. Totaling over 300 artists around the world, the Biennale organiz...

Historic Moulin Rouge Tower Demolished in Vegas

By: Oskar Garcia, Associated Press Writer LAS VEGAS (AP).- Workers on Thursday demolished the tower of the first racially integrated casino in Las Vegas, one day after city officials turned down an appeal of its owners' demolition permit. The white tow...

Jackson’s ’84 Victory Tour Glove Sells for $190K

LAS VEGAS (AP).- Bidders from around the world bought up Michael Jackson memorabilia worth nearly $1 million at an auction in Las Vegas on the anniversary of his death. The biggest payout was $190,000 for the Swarovski-crystal-studded glove the late p...

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