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Picturing Las Vegas

AIR DATE: December 17, 2009

Author Linda Chase has a unique perspective on Las Vegas. She's written a history of the city and it's richly illustrated with photos from the glory days of the Las Vegas Strip. Still she feels the pain of a disillusioned native who is critical of the rampant growth she thinks has "metastasized" across the valley. We talk Chase about her book and her mixed feelings for the city of her birth.

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