Arrow's Ray Pistol Honors Vegas Mayor in Sidewalk Ceremony

LAS VEGAS - Arrow Productions owner Ray Pistol held a special ceremony on the Las Vegas Strip yesterday in honor of Mayor Oscar Goodman.

Mayor Goodman placed his handprints in cement on a section of the Strip two blocks away from Pistol's strip club Talk of the Town. Local TV news and a Showtime camera crew documented the proceedings.

"Pistol owns three acres of the strip, so he gave the mayor a spot on the sidewalk," explained Arrow's Robert Interlandi. "We want to do a whole series of these [sidewalk handprints] called Legends of Las Veas, starting at Talk of the Town and running all the way down Las Vegas Boulevard. The mayor's the coolest guy in town - everybody here loves him. We're also donating a light pole to him - it's an old light from back in the '50s, so Oscar will now have the largest pole in town."