Tuesday, April 20, 2021

YOU! HAVE THE POWER | Dr. Ellen Brown

April 7, 2021 by  
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Power in the present tense BY DR. ELLEN BROWN Power “is.” Power is not a “wasn’t.” Power is always now. Confusing? Let’s keep going. You may be able to hold on to power for a while, but since it is a force (like the sea) it must continue its living activity by moving on. If […]

HEALTHIER YOU: Protecting yourself from STIs

April 7, 2021 by  
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Protecting yourself from STIs BY DR. ANNETTE MAYES, OB/GYN Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Awareness Week is April 11-17. Pregnant women and their babies are not immune to STIs, and patients should ask their doctors about getting tested. Many STIs lack symptoms, so you may not always know if you are infected. If you are pregnant, […]

Letter from the Publishers

April 7, 2021 by  
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We are kings and queens Spring is upon us, and we are grateful to be moving closer to our regular routines while staying safe. As far as popular culture, there is no more welcome symbol of a return to normal than the success of “Coming 2 America” — which brings a beloved cast of characters […]

PEACE: Stay in the moment

April 7, 2021 by  
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Life moves so fast and sometimes we are eager to keep up or race past it. When our stride moves at a fast pace, we leave something behind or forgotten in our souls. Those forgotten moments are precious for our peace, when time stands still and you can notice the springtime hummingbird buzzing at the […]

Insane Pursuits Will Be America’s Downfall | By Louie Overstreet

April 7, 2021 by  
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Insane Pursuits Will Be America’s Downfall BY LOUIE OVERSTREET It is your boy Johnny One Note again, predicting America’s demise if something is not done under the current Administration to reverse the current insane pursuits taking place in America. I hope I sound more like the village elder and not the village idiot when I […]

Royal Rumble

Royal Rumble Eddie Murphy and a star-studded cast return to a beloved story in “Coming 2 America.” When “Coming to America” arrived on big screens in 1988, audiences were captivated by the story of Prince Akeem Joffer of Zamunda — who travels to Queens, New York in search of a bride. Starring Eddie Murphy, the […]

What is Hospice Care?

March 16, 2021 by  
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What is Hospice Care? By Cassandra Cotton Simply put, hospice is specialized care provided at the end of life to help manage pain and symptoms. As the largest, oldest and only nonprofit hospice in Southern Nevada, Nathan Adelson Hospice has been providing the Las Vegas community with comprehensive and compassionate end-of-life care for over 40 […]

HISTORIC BLACK VEGAS | In the Key of life

March 16, 2021 by  
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In the Key of life In 1928, Alice Key completed high school in Riverside, California and enrolled in UCLA. Her morning routine included stopping at a Beverly Hills location for coffee. One day, Alice invited a friend to coffee with her. The friend was told by the establishment that she could not sit at the […]

The ABCs of Homebuying

March 16, 2021 by  
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The ABCs of Homebuying BY KATIE COLEMAN, NEVADA RURAL HOUSING AUTHORITY If you have any experience in the housing market or homebuying process, you’ll know that we LOVE acronyms. APR, FHA, DTI, PMI, LTV — looks like that alphabet soup we were served as kids, right? We’ll leave those definitions to you and your Googling […]

African Americans in Banking: Craig Kirkland

African Americans in Banking: Craig Kirkland A trailblazer in Nevada’s financial industry, Craig Kirkland holds a senior leadership position at Nevada State Bank as the Executive Vice President and Director of Retail Banking, overseeing its branch network throughout the state. This Vegas-born local grew up on the historic Westside of town in a predominantly Black […]

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