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Lounging around Vegas

By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com During the ’50s and ’60s casino lounges provided the majority of entertainment at hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. While there were some recurring production shows in operation including “The Lido” at the Stardust and “Minsky’s Follies,” which opened as the first topless show on the Strip…

The Other Side of Fremont Street

Fremont Street is a covered promenade in downtown Vegas that is popular with tourists who gather for free concerts, the free light show on its canopy and the venerable casinos along it. Less well known to tourists is the row of interesting bars on the street’s eastern end, where locals gather. At…