THE GRAND BOULEVARD PUTS A NEW FACE ON THE CASINO TOWN Over the last 10 years, Las Vegas has undergone a period of explosive growth, with new hotels and attractions appearing constantly, in an ongoing attempt to diversify its customer base. At the same time, Atlantic City, NJ, Vegas' East Coast counterpart, has remained remarkably the same, relying on a mix of gambling and old-fashioned showroom entertainment to attract its core audience. However, times change and, in the face of ...

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