January is Mob Month at the Las Vegas Library!

Only in Vegas baby!

From the official program:

Every Tuesday in January at 7 p.m. • Clark County Library Main Theater

January 4
The Law vs. the Mob

DennyTwo former law enforcers (Dennis Arnoldy and Dennis Griffin) and two ex-mobsters (Andrew DiDonato and Salvatore “Fat Sal” Mangiavillano) discuss working for and against the Mob.

January 18
New York and Chicago Invade Las Vegas and Hollywood

HenryJoin former mob men Henry Hill, Frank Cullotta and Andrew DiDonato, actor/producer Craig Vincent, author Dennis Griffin and Mob Museum curator Kathleen Hickey Barrie as they talk about real and make believe mob business.

January 11
Who Killed Bugsy Siegel?

WarrenAuthor Warren Hull and TV investigative reporter Jonathan Humbert crack the unsolved Bugsy murder case wide open in a panel discussion with mob grandson Meyer Lansky III and ex-FBI special agent Dennis Arnoldy. Program includes video clips of the new Las Vegas Mob Experience at the Tropicana.

January 25
Surviving the Mob

CulottaEx-mobster Andrew DiDonato lived it, lawyer-turned-mayor Oscar Goodman prosecuted and/or defended it, and author Dennis Griffin wrote about it. Listen to the stories from these three men, watch video clips from DiDonato’s new confession-style documentary film and sneak a peek at the Mob Museum, opening in 2011.

 

Bonus Program:
Do You Have A Mobster In Your Family?
Saturday, January 22 at 2 p.m.
Large Conference Room

Representatives from Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society will be on hand to demonstrate how to find information on nefarious ancestors and criminal activity in your own family tree.Clark County Library Mob Month events are co-sponsored by Yelp. Free and open to the public. All program seating is first-come, first-served. Books will be available for purchase and signing after each program.
For more information, please call 507-3458.

 

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