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Please stop by on your next visit to Las Vegas to see our selection of reusable and disposable diapering products. We are located at 2675 E Flamingo Rd, Suite 5. Our store is 3.5 miles from The Strip and conveniently located near McCarren International Airport and UNLV.

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“We sat through the whole set, just us three and without the tension leading up to the show, lighting, or a large crowd it was probably better than that first show – at least for me. Brandon is a very shy person by nature and talking to him you pick up on that right away, but put a microphone in his hand and the man has something to say and he says it loud. We had a chance to ask him why, given the obvious Las Vegas reference, why he chose the title for his first solo release. Flamingo is a tribute to Flamingo Road, where according to him many life changing events occurred. He told stories between sets and almost all of them seemed to revolve around Flamingo Road. Brandon and The Killers may have gone worldwide, but he’s a local boy through and through. You might even find him at some of his favorite haunts on Flamingo Rd.” (Orange Soda Photography, 2010)

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The Holdouts: Stage Door Casino. 

Liquor store, casino, and the quintessential dive bar. Stage Door is just off the strip, on Flamingo Rd, under the Las Vegas Monorail.

Harrah’s bought the land on which the Stage Door sits in 2005, along with everything else in the area, but Stage Door operates under a long-term lease with no buyout clause. Owner Ron Markin has the legal right to stay here operating the Stage Door until 2029, and it appears he’s making the most of it.

Their defiant marquee has mellowed in recent years, but as always (or for the next 14 years at least) they are “here to serve you." 

Read more: The Holdouts