Looking back on Two Way Hard Three

In case you missed it, I’ve had two posts on Two Way Hard Three this week–each, in its own way, looking backward.

The first, Biggest Story of 2011–Six Nominees, breaks down what I think were the six biggest stories of 2011.

The second, The Las Vegas Hilton: Looking Back, takes a look…back at the history of the Las Vegas Hilton, which as of Tuesday became “LVH–The Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.”

So if you want a look at recent and not-so-recent history, that’s about 4,000 words worth of history for you to read.

One Response to 'Looking back on Two Way Hard Three'

  1. I enjoyed both articles Dr. Schwartz. I think the biggest story of 2011 is a tie between City Center and Cosmopolitan. The two brand new hotel-casinos in the middle of the Strip (at a cost of over $12 billion dollars combined) are the future of Las Vegas. Despite a somewhat indifferent economy they are both hanging in there. Good luck to both.

    I saw Starlight Express back in the mid 90′s at the Las Vegas Hilton and the show was fun and quite entertaining from what I remember. The show was performers roller skating all over the showroom (in the aisles and everywhere else) and loud music playing from some speakers. I prefer roller derby from the 1970′s but Starlight Express was pretty good.