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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Sahara Hotel-Casino
Hundreds of visitors are lining up outside the Sahara hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip as it reopens to sell everything inside.
Hundreds of visitors lined up outside the once-iconic Sahara hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip on Thursday as it reopened for a liquidation sale to get rid of everything inside.
Now that the Sahara hotel-casino is closed in Las Vegas after 59 years, everything must go.
The venerable Sahara hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip, where Elvis Presley stayed while filming "Viva Las Vegas" and the Beatles stayed when they performed in Sin City, dealt to its final gamblers and checked out its last guests Monday after six decades.