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Years from now, we might look back at 2014 as the year momentum on the Strip began to build again.

State of the Strip: A lot went down and came up in 2014. What mattered most?

December 23rd, 2014

Years from now, we might look back at 2014 as the year momentum on the Strip began to build again.

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