The Mob Museum continues to the “nice” and “fun” part of organized crime owned drinking establishments and casinos, as well as the great money making opportunity for the Mob when Prohibition went into effect.
There’s nothing that won’t and can’t be touched by the Mob (and the wrong spelling of Marilyn as in Marilyn Monroe).
Prohibition’s unintended consequence called bootlegging.
Meyer Lansky paid a huge price for Flamingo, but it still exists today.
Items from casinos back in the day and yes, that is Henry Rollins in the photograph.
Two photographs from back in the day before my phone went dead.