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The Sahara Closes Its Doors
The Sahara Closes Its Doors

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AIR DATE: March 28, 2011

Well, it's official: The Sahara Casino closes its doors on May 16. Why is the longtime Vegas fixture shutting down? How will it impact the Strip, and what does this mean for other similar casinos? Do you have stories to share about the Sahara's golden days?

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David Schwartz, Dir, Center for Gaming Research, UNLV
Howard Stutz, Gaming Reporter, LVRJ
Eugene Moehring, Prof of History, UNLV

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