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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHERS: Ushering in a new era of Vegas entertainment

March 17, 2024 by  
Filed under Community

Charles Tureaud and Kimberly Bailey Tureaud

This issue of Las Vegas Black Image is bursting with stories and photos showcasing the best of Black History Month 2024. And the celebration was magnified this year — as Las Vegas played host to the Super Bowl and its spectacle of star-studded events with a crush of media from around the world. 

That excitement is encapsulated in the man who appears on our cover: Usher has put his forever stamp on the history of Las Vegas entertainment — with his 100-show residency here in Sin City, and for bringing down the house at the halftime of the big game at Allegiant Stadium. 

Also inside: 

● Exclusive coverage of the 24th Annual Las Vegas Taste & Sounds of Soul/Black Image Honors event, in collaboration with the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District. Nine outstanding individuals, known as “The Real Ones,” were honored for their contributions to community and diversity. 

● Highlights from Super Bowl Week, including honors for actress Holly Robinson-Peete and other phenomenal women. 

● In Community Speaks, Las Vegas residents weigh in on the most impactful events during Black History Month. 

Our beloved readers, treasured advertisers and contributors, and the community we all cherish are what propel Las Vegas Black Image forward. You are the blessing.

Charles Tureaud & Kimberly Bailey Tureaud
(702) 615-8216

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