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Debbie Hall is the editor-in-chief of the Informer Media Group as well as Las Vegas Woman magazine, editor for Las Vegas Man magazine, Veterans Reporter, Sunseeker (Allegiant Airlines), CBS Las Vegas and Examiner. A resident for more than 40 years, Debbie loves experiencing Las Vegas and loves writing about it. She also teaches at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and is very active in the community.
Michelle Rohl to rock out The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 26

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Michelle Rohl to rock out The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 26

Las Vegas powerhouse vocalist Michelle Rohl will be bringing her long-awaited solo show, “Michelle Rohl Rox!” to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 26. Michelle is a singer, songwriter and celebrity tribute artist began her journey to right out of high school as an original member of one of Las Vegas’ earliest […]

ExerTies: Silicone ties transform exercise wear and evolves for other uses

ExerTies: Silicone ties transform exercise wear and evolves for other uses

By Debbie Hall Along with great lobster, Maine is the home of the creation and production of ExerTies. These soft, colorful silicone scrunchies were developed for one idea and has evolved for a variety of uses. It started when the creator’s sister, a soccer referee, spoke about tying up sleeves during play. Some leagues (kids to […]

The Salvation Army and Students from UNLV School Of Medicine Partner For “Water For Hope”

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The Salvation Army and Students from UNLV School Of Medicine Partner For “Water For Hope”

The Salvation Army and students from the Charter Class at the UNLV School of Medicine are partnering together for a two-day water drive, Water for Hope, to assist with the current shortage of water available to the homeless in the Corridor of Hope (homeless corridor). Groups and individuals interested in donating, may drop off cases of […]

Wet’n’Wild And United Blood Services to Host Blood Drive on Aug. 19

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Wet’n’Wild And United Blood Services to Host Blood Drive on Aug. 19

Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas, Boy Scouts of America and United Blood Services have partnered to host a community blood drive at the water park on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Local Eagle Scout, Morgan Streets from unit 476, took lead on coordinating the drive after hearing about the shortage of blood this […]

Join Dixie Dooley during the Great American Eclipse moving a mountain on Aug. 21

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Join Dixie Dooley during the Great American Eclipse moving a mountain on Aug. 21

By Debbie Hall Dixie Dooley will attempt to move a mountain. This is not an illusion or trick. On Monday, Aug. 21, the sun will begin to dim over Mt. Charleston at 9:09 a.m. and for almost three hours will remain in almost complete darkness before the sun returns at 11:52 a.m. The mountain will […]

United States Sweeps Singles Gold Medals at 2017 World Bowling Senior Championships

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United States Sweeps Singles Gold Medals at 2017 World Bowling Senior Championships

United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Lynda Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, had a memorable debut on the senior scene, claiming the women’s singles gold medal Wednesday at the 2017 World Bowling Senior Championships. Barnes shared the top spot on the medal stand with Ron Mohr of North Las Vegas, Nevada, who completed the […]

Hump Day is National Rum Day on Aug. 16

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Hump Day is National Rum Day on Aug. 16

National Rum Day is Wednesday, Aug. 16 and what better way to celebrate other than indulging in some rum cocktails or rum-flavored treats? Cabo Wabo Cantina Time flies when you’re having RUM! Cabo Wabo Cantina is celebrating with live music, strip-side views and most importantly…a variety of rum cocktails! The Mexican cantina offers a wide range of rum […]

Ellen Spiegel continues to serve Nevada with two committee appointments and becoming a Henry Toll Fellow

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Ellen Spiegel continues to serve Nevada with two committee appointments and becoming a Henry Toll Fellow

By Debbie Hall Nevada Assemblywoman Ellen Spiegel (D-Henderson) has been appointed by the Council of State Governments West to two of its standing committees: Canada Relations and Health and Human Services. Both committees are instrumental in forming policy and advancing the common good both in individual states and between countries. “One of the big benefits […]

Come celebrate The Big Easy Carnival during The Black & White Party on Aug. 19

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Come celebrate The Big Easy Carnival during The Black & White Party on Aug. 19

By Debbie Hall The Black & White Party, benefiting Aid for AIDS of Nevada, is one of the hottest parties of the year when it returns to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Aug. 19. Antioco Carrillo, executive director of AFAN, explained, “this is our premier event. Along with bringing awareness to what AFAN […]

Motley Brews to pair the best in tacos with cold brews in Hopped Taco Throwdown Aug. 12

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Motley Brews to pair the best in tacos with cold brews in Hopped Taco Throwdown Aug. 12

As the first Taco Festival in Las Vegas, Hopped Taco Throwdown will host a heated competition between top Las Vegas chefs to be crowned creators of the best tacos. Categories include: Hopped Taco for best-beer-infused taco, Taco Loco for most creative taco and Taco Dulce for best dessert taco. The inaugural all-new experiential festival will also […]

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