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App Attack!: Reviewing Smartphone Apps for the Busy Professional

Written by Bud Grant This week we debut a new review column called App Attack.  We’ll try to find some cool, useful apps for the DROID or iPhone.  This week, we’ll look at apps useful for busy professionals.  Cam Card: (reviewed on DROID X) Cam Card is a great tool for someone who does a […]

Danny Vegas: Raising the Bar for Business Networking

Written by Kristan Obeng Private VIP host Danny Vegas told first-time listeners about social media aiding the growth of his company and how it led to the debut of his Internet radio show in Las Vegas. Vegas, he is known by the character he developed for marketing his company, is adding radio talk show host […]

An Argument Supporting the Coming Price Surge in Gold and Silver

Written by TJ Beatty Prices of precious metals are set for liftoff. There is a recipe brewing in the global economy that will take gold and silver to levels not seen before. That recipe is called inflation.  What is inflation, exactly? Many think it is a rise in the prices of goods. When food gets […]

Technology Review & Tips: DROID X

Written by Bud Grant In last week’s technology review, we looked at a comparison between DROID X and iPhone 4.  This week we start to break down the DROID X further. As part of the review, we will also discuss helpful hints and some key suggested apps in order to maximize your DROID X experience. […]

Sniffany and Company: Offering Affordable Luxury for Pets

Written by Kristan Obeng Sniffany and Company’s strategy is to stay a step above the competition, according to its owner, as it stands nearly alone in a Las Vegas shopping center where many businesses have shut down. A Budget moving truck parking in the Village Square shopping center near where the pet salon and boutique […]

Technology Review: DROID X vs iPhone 4

Written by Bud Grant This week we introduce a new feature in The Las Vegas Informer: Technology Review.  Our first review will be a comparison of two smartphones I have been using for over a month: the DROID X and the iPhone 4.  We will compare these on several criteria listed in this article. Ease-of-use: […]

Gaia Flowers: Creating a Downtown Community

Written by Kristan Obeng Gaia Flowers owner Peter Frigeri is using his shop to create a closely tied community in downtown Las Vegas’ center of creativity, the 18b Arts District. He opened Gaia in June 2009 because he admired and lived near the Arts District for 20 years.  He said, “I want customers to have a […]

Yoga Sanctuary Offers a Safe, Nurturing Retreat

Written by Kristan Obeng Yoga Sanctuary’s healing and soothing influence, at its east and west side Las Vegas locations, have benefited people worldwide, according to its owner Sherry Goldstein. She explained, “It’s a sanctuary for them- a retreat,” adding this is why thousands of attendees come to her two studios from across the globe. ”The […]

Green Initiatives Blossom at Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

Expert Horticulture Staff Implements Thriving Recycling Program Bellagio is world-renowned for the spectacular floral exhibitions found within its sunlit Conservatory& Botanical Gardens. Each display memorably showcases tens of thousands offlowers, plants and organic materials in artful vignettes. When an exhibitends, however, the journey just begins for each planting – all find a newbeginning through a […]

Nevada Commission on Economic Development Announces Search for International Representatives

CARSON CITY, Nev. – August 3, 2010 — Nevada Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, who chairs the Nevada Commission on Economic Development, announced today that the commission is seeking proposals for professional services contractors to represent Nevada in Hong Kong and Beijing, China as a part of the commission’s award-winning International Trade Representative Program. “The Nevada International […]

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