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Joe Downtown

Tom Haskins lived in the conventional world and attained middle-class wealth and status. He didn’t much like it.

Joe Downtown: We might not be ready for the truly nontraditional

April 16th, 2014

Tom Haskins lived in the conventional world and attained middle-class wealth and status. He didn’t much like it.

  • Downtown Project is sitting on buildings and properties until ideas spring up.

  • Is happiness being delivered or are downtown developers just patting themselves on the back?

  • The police officer has published two books of poetry and has read to fellow officers during briefings ...

  • Where is Downtown Las Vegas? That depends on who you ask, and why you’re asking.

  • The owner of Alios, an architectural and entertainment lighting business, said he got “great exposure” by being at the Container Park, even though his third-floor ...

  • Could the monthly arts and culture festival relocate to Fremont East?

  • The hotel-casino has eight months to turn its roof into a hockey rink.

  • Downtown Project's Rangers don't carry cuffs or guns, but they are trying to create a smile pandemic.

  • Two 20-somethings who came to Las Vegas for DTP may move on before their two-year fellowships end.

  • His #dreamMakers Twitter idea has taken off—to the tune of thousands of followers.

  • There seems to be both pros and cons attached to that nasty buzzword.

  • After a University of Iowa class used the city as a laboratory last year, a couple of Ivy Leaguers follow their lead. They visited town ...

  • Among them: "If Downtown is such a great community, why didn’t he feel comfortable enough to reveal his inner anguish to someone?"

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