Thursday, October 18, 2018

What is your favorite childhood memory of your mother?

What is your favorite childhood memory of your mother?

Ask Your Mother

Moms share secrets for raising healthy, happy children

Under the Glittering Lights

Night at the Palms The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, which is is undergoing a $620 million renovation, celebrated with an exclusive opening that included fashion and entertainment influencers, world renowned artists, and legends in and nightlife and hospitality. Hip-hop artist J. Cole capped the celebration with a surprise private performance at the new Apex Social Club.

Uncover Your History With Open Eyes

BY TIFFANY MAYES EHOLOR My mother is black and my father is white. And I’m reclaiming my history — as a native Nevadan. After watching the “60 Minutes” segment reported by Oprah Winfrey, I became curious about the grand opening of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala. This monument documents the lynching of thousands of African-American men, women and […]

YOU! HAVE THE POWER | Dr. Ellen Brown

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What’s at stake — and who will sit at the table?   BY DR. ELLEN BROWN It’s showtime! On June 12, Nevadans will head to the polls to determine who sits at the table for the next two years. Power lies with the voters, as we cast ballots for the candidates we choose to represent the interests of our children, our teachers, our workers, and […]

YOU! HAVE THE POWER | Dr. Ellen Brown

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Stand Tall BY DR. ELLEN BROWN “Where you stand depends on where you sit.” — Miles’ Law Harriet Tubman, Dr. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez, and thousands more all sat in places where they saw limitations placed on freedom and power for their people. They sat where they were told not to sit, stand or even enter — and […]

Clark County’s Finest

The Black Community Organization Network (BCON) Baccalaureate ceremony was held at the Orleans Arena, honoring thousands of African-American high school graduates in Clark County. Each graduate received a BCON gold medal.

Eat and Greet

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BY CAPUCINE HOLMES Mystery and an air of elegance surrounds Dîner en Blanc-Las Vegas, which invites people to dine, drink, socialize, and enjoy the company of good friends while meeting new ones in a unique environment. Begun 30 years ago in Paris — when François Pasquier invited a group of friends to a elegant outdoor dinner at Bois de Boulogne, and asked his guests to wear the same color — […]

Making a tremendous impact

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BY CAPUCINE HOLMES People are suffering through trials and tribulation. Ask yourself: Will you put your heart into service for others, unconditionally? Sarah Herring is the president of Hand BagsU Like, and her vision became a reality when impact was made with a group of women through transformation of body, mind and spirit. The birth of The Impact Experience happened in Las Vegas. It was a “wow!” factor up close and […]

Hidden in the Dark

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The high cost we pay for the stigma on mental illness BY BRUCE EDDINS “Lord, why did my child have to die? Help me, please!” The breaking news segment woke me in the middle of the night: another mother with a child lost to gun violence. This carnage has become our new normal — each massacre taking another safe haven off the list: You […]