Literary Las Vegas

Sheldon Sid Brodkin's "Boro Park, Vegas and All the In-Betweens" began as a biography detailing his friend's life as one of the early "movers and shakers in Las Vegas." Brodkin said his buddy had a fantastic story to tell: star athlete in high school, a place in the professional basketball league, forerunner of the NBA. But after a series of interviews, Brodkin decided to write the story as a novel. For more information about the book, visit


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