David G. Schwartz In The News

Pechanga.net
May 15, 2022
Las Vegas was a small railroad town when Nevada formally established it in 1905. Five years after its founding, the U.S. census recorded only 800 residents. Yet by the 1950s, it was known as a gambling tourist haven, where visitors could see a show with celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. in between trips to the baccarat tables.
The Paradise
May 14, 2022
Las Vegas was a small railroad town when Nevada formally established it in 1905. Five years after its founding, the U.S. census recorded only 800 residents. Yet by the 1950s, it was known as a gambling tourist haven, where visitors could see a show with celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. in between trips to the baccarat tables.
History
May 13, 2022
It took an influx of dam workers, exiled Los Angeles gambling operators and mob figures.
KHON 2: Working for Hawaii
April 6, 2022
A night of fun turned into a moment he’ll never forget for Hilo native, Kaiwa Nahooikaika. Las Vegas Metropolitan police said Nahooikaika was stabbed in the head, torso and leg while gambling at the Circus Circus Resort and Casino.
K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
April 5, 2022
If one thing is for certain outside customs at Harry Reid Airport it's that international travelers love Las Vegas.
Casino.org
March 3, 2022
Workers at The Venetian and Palazzo sister casino resorts on the Las Vegas Strip are being offered what’s believed to be the first-of-its-kind revenue-sharing arrangement with the property’s new operator.
Centre Daily Times
February 22, 2022
New developments, refurbishments, and major projects breathe life into a less popular part of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas Review Journal
February 16, 2022
The nation’s commercial casinos generated more revenue in 2021 than any other year in the industry’s history, the American Gaming Association reported Tuesday.