Notorious Las Vegas Venue Becomes Sin City's Latest Implosion

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Las Vegas attracts tourists who enjoy visual entertainment. The city's attractions include Cirque du Soleil, Adele, Maroon 5, the B-52s and Luke Bryan and Garth Brooks. Professional sports franchises such as the NHL's Las Vegas Golden Nights and the NFL's Vegas Raiders play home games in the city.

The Crazy Horse Too strip club in Las Vegas was closed down on Dec. 18. The club had been operating as a strip bar since 1978. It was raided by federal agents and local police in 2003 as part of an organized crime investigation. Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and George Clooney were interviewed as the result of the investigation and the club closed in 2006.

There have been many building implosions in Las Vegas. The most recent one was the implosion of the Stardust in March 2007. Many of these sites went on to host even more famous properties. Aladdin is now the site of Caesars Planet Hollywood property. Desert Inn's location now hosts Wynn Resorts' two Las Las Vegas Strip properties

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