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Peace Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud

November 2, 2012 by  
Filed under Highlights, Peace

It is in all our hands to face down the lazy minds, and awaken them to a more enlightened view of our strong and triumphant history. In that event, humanity wins, and peace is on the horizon.


As a physician and a woman, I have a keenly personal, professional and scientific interest in the renewed debate over women’s health care choices.

Easy Garlic NaanEasy Garlic Naan

November 2, 2012 by  
Filed under Food

Celebrity Chef Dominique Solomon and the Incredible Chef Productions team couldn’t wait to dine at Origin of India (4480 Paradise Road), one of the most talked-about restaurants in Las Vegas.

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November 2, 2012 by  
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My name is Alexis Smith, and I am a junior at Cimarron-Memorial High School. To those close to me, I’m known as Lexy. I love being around family and friends.

In The Community…with Charles Tureaud

November 2, 2012 by  
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President Barak Obama surrogate Earvin “Magic” Johnson speaks to the West Las Vegas community about the importance of supporting the president in 2012.

Gala marks 40 years for KCEP Power 88

November 2, 2012 by  
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“KCEP 88.1 FM’s 40th Anniversary Gala electrified the community,” said Craig Knight, the station’s general manager. “It was a shot in the arm that the community needed. The gala was something that was never expected, and some of the 650 people who attended the gala said they felt like they were at the Grammys or the BET Awards”

7th annual Las Vegas CultureFest Honors Nevada’s Workforce

Thousands are expected to descend on downtown Las Vegas on Nov. 17 for the 7th annual Las Vegas Culture Fest at the Fremont Street Experience.

Moving Forward Toward Success… B. Smith & Dan Gasby

November 2, 2012 by  
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As we prepare meals for loved ones and beautify our surroundings this Thanksgiving holiday, it is the perfect time to check in with culinary and home décor guru B. Smith. Along with her husband, Dan Gasby, the pop culture phenomenon known as B. Smith owns three successful restaurants — in Washington D.C., New York City’s Times Square and Sag Harbor in the Hamptons — and recently sat down with Black Image to discuss how to make the holiday season special, the presidential election, and why African-Americans must always move “forward.”

INVISIBLE AFRICA…A refugee’s story

November 2, 2012 by  
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Las Vegas resident Luzau Balowa is a refugee from the DRC, where he was a journalist and teacher. In 2002, he received a six-month jail sentence for his writings against government injustice and sexual violence. He eventually managed to escape his homeland and, via Kenya, resettled in Las Vegas with his wife and son in 2008.

‘Color’ commentary on the business of advertising

November 2, 2012 by  
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by Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud Las Vegas recently played host to the 2012 AdColor Awards and Industry Conference, held at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino. More than 1,000 leading advertising and marketing executives attended the event put on by the nationally recognized nonprofit, which has a mission to “celebrate and champion diversity in the advertising, marketing, media and public relations industry.”

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