“Even though we’re a young state, we’ve got a very rich history,” said Eugene Hattori, curator of anthropology with the Nevada State Museum in Carson City. “We have evidence of archeological trade that goes back 8,000 years.” Nevada’s roots in business and industry began with the Native American tribes that resided in the region initially. The Northern and Southern Paiutes, … [Read more...] about Nevada Roots
Nevada’s film industry is growing in a very competitive international environment. “We currently exist in what is the most competitive environment for production we’ve seen,” said Eric Preiss, director, Nevada Film Office, Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development. The film industry itself is expanding. The internet has changed the concept from movies to content, … [Read more...] about Lights, Camera – Nevada!
The 12th annual Las Vegas Great Santa Run over an estimated 8,000 adults, children and pets clad in Santa suits to Downtown Las Vegas to support the not-for-profit Opportunity Village. Human Nature, the Strip’s famed Chippendales, Mayor Carolyn Goodman and more were on hand to kick off the race and festivities. “Thank you to everyone in Las Vegas who showed up to support … [Read more...] about Thousands of Santa Claus Look-a-Likes Fill Downtown Las Vegas to Support Opportunity Village
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak is the official winner of Goodwill of Southern Nevada’s “Spring Clean for Goodwill Challenge”, the one-day donation drive held on Tuesday, April 26, where local elected officials went head to head to see which municipality could generate the most donations. Goodwill leaders presented Sisolak with “The Golden Hanger Award” at the … [Read more...] about Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak Wins “Spring Clean for Goodwill Challenge”
Downtown areas, the core of every city, should provide a central gathering place for all residents and attract visitors and businesses as well. However, Nevada’s major metropolitan spots haven’t yet acheived that to the degree desired according to experts. Most development and redevelopment momentum stalled during the recession. Today, however, several Nevada cities, along with … [Read more...] about Heart & Soul: Nevada’s Downtowns
Nevada's first osteopathic fellowship program has the green light. The American Osteopathic Association approved Nathan Adelson Hospice for a Hospice and Palliative Medicine Program. The program is a collaboration between the hospice and Touro University Nevada. This is a first-of-its-kind fellowship in Nevada and one of only 11 in the nation, according to a recent statement … [Read more...] about First Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program Coming to Nevada