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A Place in Paradise
A Place in Paradise

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AIR DATE: August 9, 2011

Much of Las Vegas has been built out with so-called master-planned communities. But where did it begin? It all got started at Paradise Palms - the neighborhood between Desert Inn and Flamingo just to the east of Maryland Parkway.  The community would feature landscaped neighborhoods, a large "weather-controlled" shopping center, a movie theater, a medical center, a university, schools, parks and a championship golf course. And the early history of this neighborhood is now on display in a new exhibition of photographs at the food court in the Boulevard Mall.
 
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Brian Paco Alvarez, curator, "A Place in Paradise" exhibition
Clay Heximer, "Mayor" of Paradise Palms

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Here's the Paradise Palms website: http://www.paradisepalmslasvegas.com/
Clay HeximerAug 5, 2011 09:25:54 AM
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