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UNLV to Face Off Against NIU in Week 1

UNLV to Face Off Against NIU in Week 1

By Tony Gaglione Las Vegas Informer The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Rebels will travel to the Midwest for a rematch of a barn burner last season against the Northern Illinois Huskies. Last year’s contest started out looking like a blowout for Northern Illinois until the second half when UNLV came roaring back but ultimately […]

THE SECOND MOTHER Movie Review

THE SECOND MOTHER Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer It speaks to anyone considering hiring a live-in nanny. Regina Casé is terrific. Yoselyn Ortega, a 50-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen, stabbed to death two children, 6 and 2, in their family’s luxury Upper West Side apartment in 2012. Ortega, who had spent over two years as the […]

Matt Wilhelm Discusses Fitness, Nutrition and Personal Training

Matt Wilhelm Discusses Fitness, Nutrition and Personal Training

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer Photos provided courtesy of Matt Wilhelm Six years ago, Matt Wilhelm started an adventure when he moved from Minnesota to Las Vegas to pursue a Master’s degree in Kinesiology. After moving to Las Vegas, things began to change. He started personal training as a part time job and quickly […]

Exploding Kittens is a light-hearted and addictive game

Exploding Kittens is a light-hearted and addictive game

By Joe Buda Exploding Kittens is a fast paced card game created by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), Elan Lee and Shane Small. It is the card game that broke Kickstarter records, as it is the No. 1 most funded game and had the most backers in Kickstarter history. Supporters who donated on Kickstarter received the first rights […]

The Empowerment Column 2015: Constant Options

The Empowerment Column 2015: Constant Options

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer Our individual life is and then changes into the result of the choices we make.  Right now is the accumulative result of every previous choice we made in the past.  The abundant nature behind the Giver and Provider of all things is why we have constant options prior to […]

Ghost Adventures Kicks Off Season 11 with Trip to Edinburgh Manor

Ghost Adventures Kicks Off Season 11 with Trip to Edinburgh Manor

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer When I think of creepy locations, at the top of my list are older, abandoned asylums. The theory is that the mentally insane who once resided there resonated a lot of negative energy. This energy becomes trapped in the building and cannot escape, even upon death. In Scotch Grove, […]

Mat Franco Brings a Personal Style of Magic to Las Vegas

Mat Franco Brings a Personal Style of Magic to Las Vegas

By Joe Buda Las Vegas Informer Mat Franco, the only magician to ever win America’s Got Talent, opened his new show, Mat Franco – Magic Reinvented Nightly, at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. In a city that has seen numerous magic shows throughout the years, Franco’s brand of magic is both fresh and personal. Franco […]

Las Vegas Film Festival Features Inspirational Films and Documentaries

Las Vegas Film Festival Features Inspirational Films and Documentaries

Written and photos by Nikki Artale Las Vegas Informer The Las Vegas Film Festival’s goal is to provide an outlet for independent storytellers and writers to give us an opportunity to see films that might not be seen anywhere else and a chance to meet the filmmakers. It is also an exciting time to meet […]

The Empowerment Column 2015: The Greater Glory

The Empowerment Column 2015: The Greater Glory

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer There is a perfect order that is governing everything, a perfect order that operates everything within the entire cosmos on all levels from micro to macro.  This order is so perfect that the sunrise each day is never late and every planet is exactly where it’s supposed to be […]

THE END OF THE TOUR Movie Review

THE END OF THE TOUR Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer Torturous. Fitzgerald, Hemmingway, Salinger and…David Foster Wallace? Come on, you never heard of him or his book. This movie is just an ad for another book, Primary Colors. A movie about the author of a book that the screenwriter, Donald Marguiles, and the director, James Ponsoldt, loves […]

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