Las Vegas Mayor Honored by Talk of the Town's Raymond Pistol

Las Vegas Mayor Honored by Talk of the Town's  Raymond Pistol
Tod Hunter
LAS VEGAS — Arrow Productions owner Raymond Pistol kicked off his Legends of Las Vegas with Mayor Oscar Goodman, who put his hands in cement as the first honoree.

"We're going to try and get handprints all the way to Fremont Street," Arrow Productions Marketing Director Robert Interlandi told XBIZ. "We're going to try to get all the owners of all the properties along the Strip to get their favorite stars from Las Vegas to put their hands in the concrete, like Grauman's Chinese Theater."

Goodman's handprints were installed in front of Talk of the Town, Pistol's adult store and strip club located at 1238 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

"He put his hands and feet in there, by a pole we're calling 'Oscar's Pole,'" Interlandi said. "There's a little case with his picture, a lucky chip and some mementoes, and a DVD playing so you can hear the history of Oscar Goodman."

Goodman, who has lived in Las Vegas since 1964, was a criminal defense attorney before turning his attentions to politics. He won his third term in 2007 with more than 83 percent of the vote.

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