It’s bad enough Las Vegas is dealing with high unemployment, declining visitor numbers and plummeting home prices. But do we have to add xenophobia? In her Sunday Review-Journal column, Jane Ann Morrison, in reference to Tamares Las Vegas Properties’ Poju Zabludowicz and the Elad Group’s Yitzhak Tshuva, writes, “How I long for the days when I could spell the owners’ names ...” News flash, people: The mob days of Vegas are gone, and the era of Dubai, Macau and, shall we say, foreign aid is here. Deal with it.
Thu, Oct 16, 2008 (midnight)