Wednesday, October 23, 2019

ON THEIR TOES

North Las Vegas Ballet Theater brings dance to the community Bernadette Sanders is owner-operator of the North Las Vegas Ballet Theater, which offers dance lessons. Her business, located at 205 West Centennial Parkway in North Las Vegas, brings Sanders’ ballet expertise to the community. “I was classically trained in ballet and have performed professionally for […]

Ali, Never Out Of The Picture

Ali, Never Out Of The Picture

SHOWTIME

Las Vegas filmmaker Lamonte Faison raises the curtain on “From the Inside Looking Out.” Las Vegas Black Image Magazine has followed the progress of filmmaker Lamonte Faison from the beginning of a special journey: the making of his debut film, “From the Inside Looking Out.” The movie, which is about the consequences of life choices, […]

ORAL HISTORY: ‘You couldn’t lose being around a guy like Ali’

Eddie Mustafa Muhammad reflects on his mentor and friend, Muhammad Ali. As told to Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud I was first introduced to Muhammad Ali by some friends of mine in Newark, New Jersey. They knew I was in line to fight for the world light heavyweight title in 1980, and asked me if I wanted to […]

Mobile Garden Party

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Rosalind Brooks takes her show on the road. The Las Vegas City Council recently honored Rosalind Brooks as Citizen of the Month. The reason: her Veggie Buck Truck initiative — an offshoot of the Vegas Roots Community Garden she has owned and operated for six years. The Veggie Buck Truck visits disadvantaged communities around Clark […]

‘We loved this man’

‘We loved this man’

HEALTHIER YOU: Stem cells can save lives

Coping with infertility

No Escaping The Fact: America Is A Gun Nut Nation

BY LOUIE OVERSTREET A struggle has been waged for decades in America, over the “true” meaning of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. With the political parties’ conventions just around the corner, I thought it would be useful to mention of the struggle waged 48 years ago. To this very day — with the possible […]

How to be the church in an age of terror

BY DR. ROBERT E. FOWLER Like you, I hope and pray that tragedies like the one we witnessed in Orlando will stop and go away — forever. Sadly, that doesn’t appear to be ready to happen any time soon. In an era of randomized terror, it is exceedingly difficult to protect ourselves from acts of […]

VETTE’S VEGAS VOICE: Why ESSA Is So Important To Black Students

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BY YVETTE WILLIAMS With the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the U.S. Department of Education has prioritized eliminating student proficiency gaps and ensured that all students are English language proficient. Two years ago, the Clark County School District (CCSD) Board of Trustees adopted an English Language Acquisition (ELA) policy to include all […]