2012 Soul Train Awards red carpet at the fabulous Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. 08 November 2012 – Las Vegas Nevada – Photos courtesy of Timothy Perkins/ Main Event Photography
During the holiday season, it seems almost normal for women to feel stress and sometimes experience pain. Given today’s economic pressures, the common headache can also lead to aches and pains throughout the body.
How would it make you feel to lack the basic necessities of life, things like food, shelter and clothing? How would you cope with having to worry about where you were going to lay your head down for the night? You would certainly find these circumstances unbearable — but today, many people have to deal with these problems.
Merry Christmas! This is a time of the year that we should feel the blessings that surround us. Every day, our world is filled with wonderful things that money cannot buy.
Chicken pot pie is the ultimate comfort food, and this creamy, chunky soup is loaded with chicken, potatoes, mushrooms, peas, carrots, corn, celery, onions and green beans in every bite. You can modify this with the vegetables you like to suit your taste.
I am pleased to send a “choo-choo” shout out, with some sophisticated funk, to the Soul Train Music Awards that recently rolled into Sin City for the first time ever! The awards ceremony was a champagne-and-grits affair, a little bling-bling with your cornbread. The night’s host was Cedric the Entertainer, featuring performances by musical masters John Legend, Fantasia, Charlie Wilson and Stevie Wonder.
Helping Families, Honoring Departed Loved Ones: A Business Conversation with Larry Davis of Palms Mortuary
In 1926, Palm Mortuary began operating at First Street and Carson Avenue in downtown Las Vegas, near the current location of the Golden Nugget hotel. Legend has it that its original owners, Gene and Anna Parks, derived its name from a palm tree that stood on the site when they bought the land.
The members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. wish to thank all the honorees, supporters and sponsor Ceasars Entertainment of this year’s 2012 Tribute! Awards.
From 1923 to 1967, the Westside School educated a predominantly black and Native American student body, inside a schoolhouse at the intersection of Washington Avenue and D Street in Historic West Las Vegas.
There was good, bad and ugly to be reported during the recently-concluded presidential election, and MSNBC host Tamron Hall was one of the breakout media stars of the campaign season. Her midday program, NewsNation, emerged in 2012 as one of the best sources of information for a public with an unprecedented thirst for political news.