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Days May be Numbered For Barrick Museum in Las Vegas
The Marjorie Barrick Museum on the campus of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas has lost all if its state funding, and has only about enough to survive until fall 2012 unless it can come up with new sources of income, according to an article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
These days, a blank white wall in a gallery is enough to make anyone in the community salivate over its possibilities. UNLV’s Barrick Museum happens to have such a wall. In a vein similar to its community chalkboard (where visitors voice off about budget cuts and exhibits), the blank wall is home to ideas on its future exhibits.
Clean energy is Las Vegas’ sleeping giant, study says
Las Vegas bills itself as the entertainment capital of the world, but it should promote another strength that gets virtually no attention — its specialization in green architecture and construction services.
Richard Plackowski admits he's been tempted to post something online that wasn't very nice. When he sees a YouTube video that's "kind of dumb." Or when someone makes "an ignorant statement" in an online discussion.