Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Feature

Seen Maker Seen Maker

Artist Andre Hines’ deeply personal and extraordinarily thoughtful work is drawing notice in Las Vegas and beyond. Andre Hines Andre Hines arrived in Las Vegas in 2003, having worked in an array... [Read more]


Under the Glittering LightsUnder Lights Under the Glittering LightsUnder Lights

Las Vegas Raiders Celebrate Juneteenth In celebration of Juneteenth, B.A.S.E.D. In Sports, an Employee Resource Group within the Las Vegas Raiders organization, hosted a “Family Reunion” on the... [Read more]


‘Love’ Story ‘Love’ Story

With casting completed on “Terry McMillan Presents: Tempted By Love,” audiences can look ahead to an August premiere date. Lela Rochon Lifetime has completed casting on the previously untitled... [Read more]


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Conversation

BLACK EXCELLENCE: AVERY FORD, M.D. BLACK EXCELLENCE: AVERY FORD, M.D.

In his practice, medicine is more than a healing Avery Ford, M.D. Avery Ford, M.D. received his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine, where he graduated with distinction as... [Read more]


Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Highlights President’s Actions to Lower Housing Costs Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Highlights President’s Actions to Lower Housing Costs

Rep. Alexandra Ocasio Cortez talks to a North Las Vegas resident. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez visited Nevada to highlight President Biden’s actions to lower housing costs and support renters... [Read more]


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Community

HISTORIC BLACK VEGAS: What can we learn from the Nevada Test Site? HISTORIC BLACK VEGAS: What can we learn from the Nevada Test Site?

Claytee D. White BY CLAYTEE D. WHITE My April visit to the former Nevada Test Site, now the Nevada National Security Site, introduced me to locations that took my breath away. First, I saw Sedan... [Read more]


Bracers For What Ails America Bracers For What Ails America

BY LOUIE OVERSTREET Louie Overstreet Some of the problems our nation is facing are mild enough to be dealt with by a glass of tonic water with a lemon wedge. Some can be handled with mixed drinks.... [Read more]


Overcoming Barriers to African-American homeownership Overcoming Barriers to African-American homeownership

BY KIMBERLY SMITH Homeownership has long been a cornerstone of the American Dream, representing stability and wealth building. However, African-Americans face unique challenges that contribute... [Read more]


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Highlights

What do you see in the mirror? What do you see in the mirror?

BY KIMBERLY BAILEY-TUREAUD At different stages of our life’s journey, we pause to look in the mirror and see our physical selves.  When we take that occasional glance, what might be overlooked... [Read more]


Jesus Christ: The Father of Affordable Health Care Jesus Christ: The Father of Affordable Health Care

BY DARRYL L. FORTSON, M.D.  If you step back from the New Testament of the Bible and look at it from a distance, it becomes clear that the central manifestation of Christ’s mission during his... [Read more]


Peace through emotional evolution Peace through emotional evolution

BY KIMBERLY BAILEY-TUREAUD Each one of us is behind the steering wheel of our own emotions. It is not a revelation that emotions are typically attached to our “care” for someone or something.... [Read more]


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Food

FOOD FOR THE SOUL: Vegan Broccoli Cheddar Soup FOOD FOR THE SOUL: Vegan Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Vegan Broccoli Cheddar Soup BY STACEY DUGAN Ingredients (Serves 4-6) 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 cup chopped onions 2 tablespoons chopped fresh garlic 1 medium potato peeled and chopped 1 ½cup... [Read more]


FOOD FOR THE SOUL: Wild Caught King Salmon Cakes and Quinoa Salad FOOD FOR THE SOUL: Wild Caught King Salmon Cakes and Quinoa Salad

Wild Caught King Salmon Cakes and Quinoa Salad Ingredients 1 lb. skinless wild salmon, cut into small chunks 2 green onions, sliced 1/2 tsp. grated orange zest Kosher salt 2 tsp. extra-virgin... [Read more]


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Arts & Entertainment

‘Follies’ Good Time ‘Follies’ Good Time

More than a half-century after arriving on Broadway, a legendary production marks its Las Vegas premiere FOLLIES full cast The “FOLLIES” will have six performances April 11-14 2024 at the Access... [Read more]


Right This Way Right This Way

One of the biggest names in pop shows how to Usher in a new era of Las Vegas entertainment Photos by Bellamy Brewster Las Vegas was lit up bright on Super Bowl weekend — as luminaries from... [Read more]


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Extra

KNIGHT MOVES | Hotter than July! KNIGHT MOVES | Hotter than July!

BY CRAIG KNIGHT We’re more than halfway through 2024, with July officially starting the third quarter in the business world. This month begins in earnest with the Fourth of July, which is often... [Read more]


KNIGHT MOVES | May the beauty of this month be with you all KNIGHT MOVES | May the beauty of this month be with you all

BY CRAIG KNIGHT Wow, it’s already May! Mayday, mayday: 2024 is moving too fast and turning out to be very hectic!  April showers bring May flowers, and kicking it off is Cinco de Mayo —... [Read more]


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