SNRHA-Annual Audit Services

Date posted: July 17, 2019

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SNRHA-Legal Services

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Greek Yard Show

Date posted: May 22, 2019

It’s a Greek Yard Show on the plaza!

The Black Student Organization held its For the Culture Spirit Week and invited members of the Divine 9 to campus to meet students on Wednesday May 1st.

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FLASHBACK MUSIC PICKS – May 2019

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Nathan Adelson Hospice – PAID ADVERTORIAL

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FOOD FOR THE SOUL: ORGANIC CHEF ROBERT BLANKS

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R.O.C.’s Organic Chicken Veronique

I think you’ll love this dish! It’s easy to make while being healthy and delicious. Serve with jasmine rice or Yukon Gold mashed potatoes and choice of vegetable. I like haricot verts (French green beans). Happy Mother’s Day!

Ingredients (makes 2 servings)

Instructions:

I hope you enjoy this recipe. It’s food for the soul and it brings me back to when grandma made it.

Learn more at www.realorganicchef.com. Contact R.O.C. Team Las Vegas at (702) 762-3278

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Voice Lessons

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Voice Lessons

Christian Shelton is sharing the gift of song — and just getting started.

Christian Shelton

If you attend a community event in Las Vegas these days, chances are that you’ll hear Christian Shelton belting out a popular R&B song or even an opera selection. He has enjoyed singing since he was very young, but didn’t truly grasp the power of his voice until he got to the Las Vegas Academy of the Performing Arts.

“I really didn’t know what I would specialize in when I entered the Academy,” said Shelton. “I was initially very nervous because I had never sung in front of anyone. It was a different experience, but singing worked out for me and it is the best. I love it.”

Shelton’s love for singing both classical and R&B songs recently earned him, for the second year in a row, the 2019 State Solo & Ensemble Command Performance Award for Vocal Solo Male. He won the honor by besting the most talented male vocalists from high schools across Nevada.

Now 18, Shelton recently traveled with his school choir to Austria — where he performed in some of the world’s most esteemed cathedrals. Defining his singing voice as a tenor, Shelton acknowledges that opera is challenging. 

“Singing opera takes a lot of training,” he said. “You have to rely on your own voice with classical — you can’t use a microphone. You have to depend of self-amplification.”

Shelton is excited to be on his way to UNLV, where he will continue his studies in music and technology. After high school, he will seek to audition for “American Idol” and “The Voice.”

Reflecting on his favorite tune, Shelton said, “I can say my favorite song is ‘The Impossible Dream.’ There is a classical version of the song, but I truly like the version that Luther Vandross sang. I really love singing that song.”

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Under the Glittering Lights

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Sen. Cory Booker hits the stump in Vegas

A crowd of admirers gathered recently in Las Vegas for a campaign stop by Senator Cory Booker, who is criss-crossing the country in his bid to take on Donald Trump for the presidency in 2020. Introduced by his mother, Carolyn — a resident of Las Vegas — Booker began his speech with a focus on uniting America. The diverse audience asked questions of Booker as it related to health care, mental illness, economic development, and education. He took the time to answer the questions presented to him by the enthusiastic crowd, which heartily embraced his campaign theme: “Justice for All!”

Carolyn Booker introduces her son, Sen. Cory Booker, to a Las Vegas audience.

U.S. Senator Cory Booker

U.S. Senator Cory Booker

Publishers of Las Vegas Black Image Magazine, Kimberly Bailey and Charles Tureaud with Carolyn Booker.

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Black Image Community Billboard – May 2019

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ASK BIG MAMA – MAY 2019

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Keeping kids out of summertime trouble, spending spouse-less time with friends, and staying true to a diet with a fast food husband

Big Mama, what should I do with my teenage children for the summer months, so that they are not bored and don’t get into things they shouldn’t?

Have your children get involved with being your house managers. Give them responsibilities that build confidence. Have them remind you of important things you want to accomplish during the week. Tell them you are preparing them to be the CEOs of their own households. Stay engaged with them and structure their time for business, family, and free time to have fun.

Big Mama, how can I give myself and my husband our own individual time in our home to enjoy our friends?

It’s all about time. Chose the time that you want to have friends over and your husband can have his time. Give each other a “time out,” to enjoy good friends undisturbed.

Big Mama, when should I quit my job if I don’t want to wait for retirement?

If you are still at an age where you can’t retire, don’t quit a job unless you have another or a savings that can save you economically if you need it.

Big Mama, how do I stay on my diet when my husband brings home fast food all the time?

You can try to have a serious conversation with him and make him feel empowered by empowering you to stay on your diet. Or, you just have to be strong and don’t eat foods that are bad for you and your weight loss goals. You have to LOVE YOU.

Big Mama, how do I tell my supervisor at work that I was insulted by something that was done without jeopardizing our good working relationship?

Pick the perfect time when your supervisor might receive what you would like to share. Body language is so important. You have to put your own need to speak up on the back burner until the time is right to share. The rule of thumb is to wait 24 hours before you speak when you are upset.

 

Email the questions you would like to ask to cdalasvegas@gmail.com

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