enculturating las vegas into the next millennium... art, dance, film, music, poetry, theater, history, nature and everything else that enriches the lives of those who live and visit southern nevada... Since 2003...

Monday, September 13, 2010

I am back...

My my my finally after two weeks away from the Radiant City I am back to take over the world. Well if anything I am ready to take over Las Vegas. New York City as always, re-energizes me with a great amount of spunk to start new and exciting adventures. But now that I am back I can finally start blogging about what I saw in the "Big Apple" and the Las Vegas diaspora that lives and works in that city. I also begun to write down my thoughts on Huguette Clark and her infamous father William Andrews Clark who founded the city of Las Vegas.

Lots of adventures to talk about, lots of arts gossip to share and some thoughts on recent developments at one of our local museums that has announced its closure late last week. Ahhh it is good to be back in the Great LV...

The mausoleum of William Andrews Clark
at Woodlawn Cemetery in New York City (Bronx)
The mausoleum of William Andrews Clark
at Woodlawn Cemetery in New York City (Bronx)
These photos were taken by Brian Paco Alvarez with permission by Woodlawn Cemetery http://www.thewoodlawncemetery.org/

Brian Paco Alvarez enculturating Las Vegas into the millennium...

posted by Brian Paco Alvarez, Curator and Chronicler of Culture at


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