LAS VEGAS (AP) – As Marimar Rivera and Johann Rucker strolled along the winding dirt road at Neon Museum’s Boneyard, their faces were illuminated with glowing signs of Las Vegas’ past.
Speaking in Spanish, they described the history, construction and preservation of the signs.
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