‘It’s easy to talk too much’
‘Take charge of your talent and start making things happen for your career’
Having departed the Philippines just days before a devastating typhoon struck, Las Vegas opthamologist Dr. Kenneth Westfield shares his perspective on a historic disaster.
An increasing number of Christians — especially those unable to attend Sunday morning services or who haven’t identified a church home — are turning to faith-based radio broadcasts as a source of spiritual information and guidance. Among those making waves in this growing sector: Minister Nina Griffin of Community Bible Fellowship Church (CBFC) in Las Vegas, who, along with co-host Pastor Joseph E. Terry, goes on the air for an hour each Sunday at 3:02 p.m. with “Save the Lost at All Cost,” broadcast on KKVV 1060 AM.
The new president of Urban Chamber of Commerce looks to lead the organization into a prosperous future.
I want to talk for a moment about generational wealth, what it really means and why it’s so important.
CityCenter – African-American companies play key role in building of project
JACKIE’S ICED OUT BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP – Business caters to celebrities and locals alike
Named Bellagio’s employee of the year in 2008 — the first-ever African-American to win the honor — Johnnie Williams, owner and operator of Presidential Shave Barbershop, credits a higher power for his newfound entrepreneurial success.