Tuesday, August 28, 2007


On a location scout in Las Vegas, we came across this unique "archeological site" for some of the symbology of the Vegas of Dino, Sammy, and The Chairman. The Neon Museum, located in the less than flashy region of North Vegas, a repository of three acres of pre-LCD signage and logo art dating from the 40s and 50s.

Our team was in Nevada to meet with members of the Las Vegas Screenwriters group, an active and well organized resource for a surprisingly lively and prolific group of writers there.

For a picture or in-person tour of this one-of-a-kind Las Vegas attraction, go to http://www.neonmuseum.org/. Or on your next trip to Las Vegas, somewhere between the I-Bar and Flamingo Quick Collateral Loans, schedule a visit to "the boneyard" and consider a donation to support this truly unique attraction.

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