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TV best bets for the week of Sept. 15
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This week’s top choices include “Country Music,” documentarian Ken Burns’ eight-part, 16-hour look at the history of the genre.

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Brett Moffitt on major roll heading into Las Vegas truck race
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The Iowa driver has won the first two playoff races of 2019 to gain a berth to the second playoff round in pursuit of his second straight series championship.

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The best Las Vegas NASCAR Cup Series races
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Brad Keselowski’s South Point 400 victory on a blistering day ranks among the better Las Vegas Motor Speedway NASCAR Cup Series races.

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Eddie Money once rocked it with a Las Vegas cover band
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Yellow Brick Road founder Brody Dolyniuk called out, “I think I heard that Eddie money is in the house somewhere!” He was right.

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Wide-open NASCAR playoffs to begin again at South Point 400
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Six of the 16 championship-eligible drivers has won a NASCAR championship. But none has done it twice heading into the playoff opener at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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Gordon Ramsay talks Las Vegas steakhouse in exclusive interview
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Gordon Ramsay Steak in Paris Las Vegas, which reopens Saturday after a five-day renovation, holds a special place in the heart of its namesake celebrity chef.

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OYO CEO talks about company plans after buying Las Vegas hotel
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Ritesh Argawal, founder and CEO of OYO Hotels & Homes, shares insights on the India-based company’s recent purchase of Hooters Hotel in Las Vegas.

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Las Vegas Aces prepare for games with practices against men
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Among the men who have practiced with the Aces are former Desert Pines and Baylor standout Pierre Jackson and ex-UNLV players Stephen Zimmerman and Ike Nwamu.

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Bigelow Aerospace wants Mars trip to go through North Las Vegas
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Bigelow Aerospace founder Robert Bigelow hosted eight NASA astronauts to get feedback on how the company could make its B330 space station more user-friendly.

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