Brian Rouff is the author of The House Always Wins, releasing October 10, 2017. He was born in Detroit, raised in Southern California and has lived in Las Vegas since 1981, which makes him a long-timer by local standards. When he’s not writing articles, screenplays and Las Vegas-based novels, he runs an advertising agency in Henderson. On a personal note, Brian is married with two grown daughters and five grandchildren. Learn more at brianrouff.com.
I’ve always been fascinated by things that go bump in the night. Like most urban areas, Southern Nevada has its share of purported ghostly venues, with the Boulder Dam Hotel topping the list. On a recent Friday the 13th (a
When my son-in-law, a Las Vegas Metro cop, suggested I ride with him on the Saturday graveyard shift, I jumped at the chance. After 10 hours of nonstop activity, I can say I learned a lot about cops, suspects, the
The Muffler Shop in Henderson. Started out doing just mufflers in 1983. Now he does pretty much everything. Owner Dave Beason sets high standards for his team. It’s the reason he’s been successful for so many years. 38 Navy Street,
SouthwestUSA Bank. Originators of concierge banking in Las Vegas. As a client, you get a personal managing director who handles everything for you. No teller lines ever. Lots of amenities like full service mobile banking, desktop deposit, Internet banking. And
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