Saturday, May 12, 2012

Pawn stars

  • The current issue of Reality Weekly features the cover story 'Pawn Stars – Biggest Find Yet.'  The new issue has an exclusive on the show Pawn Stars and its ongoing quest for that big item.
  • (Celebrity Dirty Laundry)
  • Corey Big Hoss Harrison is defending his Pawn Stars staff after a lawsuit by a 62-year-old disabled veteran who claims he was roughed up.
  • (Las Vegas Review Journal)
  • Tourists in ever-growing numbers are discovering downtown delights thanks to the amazing global popularity of three reality TV shows now being filmed there.
  • (Las Vegas Sun)
  • Theres never a dull moment here in Vegas and even celebrities are drawn to the glitz and glamour of the strip. And ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace is a celeb favorite that keeps TV personalities and movie stars coming to catch a glimse.
  • (Examiner)
  • CLEVELAND -- The bling is back in downtown Cleveland. What Pawn Stars of Las Vegas has done for bringing the back-room business to Main Street, Cleveland brokers are hoping the new Horseshoe Cleveland Casino will do for them.
  • (WKYC)
  • Pawn Stars began with Brent Montgomery and Colby Gaines of Leftfield Pictures, who were struck by the array of eclectic and somewhat seedy pawn shops in Las Vegas during a 2008 weekend visit to the city.
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  • Host Tom Bergeron uttered words that would not normally come out of his mouth on Dancing with the Stars during an insightful panel discussion on reality television.
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  • We have added a new set of pictures from the event Scott L. Schwartz visits with Pawn Stars. Jack The Wildman Armstrong attending as Scott L. Schwartz visits Gold And Silver Pawn Shop with Pawn Stars in Las Vegas.
  • (Monsters and Critics)

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