Class Comes to Vegas

When authorities finally caught Willie Sutton, America’s “Most Wanted” bank robber, they asked him, “Why do you rob banks?’’ His reply: “Because that’s where the money is.” Now, more than a half-century later, some of the world’s finest purveyors of luxury goods have heeded Sutton’s advice, if not his methods, and gone where the money is. That would be Las Vegas. Glitter Gulch. Sin City. Talk about a turnaround! Nobody knows how to shed a tawdry image better than Las Vegas. The city has worked diligently to change its persona from a smoke-clouded haven for boozy gamblers to a squeaky-clean family playground and a place where sophisticated couples can enjoy fine dining and elegant shopping. Now, city-sized hotels with nationally famous attractions – like Siegfried and Roy’s white tigers at the Mirage or the exploding pirate ship at Treasure Island – dot Las
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