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X Rocks Celebrates One Year Anniversary

X Rocks Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Written and Photographed By Nikki Artale Las Vegas Informer “X Rocks” topless revue has celebrated their one year anniversary at the Rio Hotel Suites in Las Vegas and it is the best Topless rock and roll show. Husband and wife team Angela and Matt Stabile produced this outstanding show which is both fantasy and sensual […]

JOHN WICK Movie Review

JOHN WICK Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer The brilliant frontrunner of the genre. Hail the return of Reeves back on top in this exciting “kill-them-all” aria. The soundtrack is fantastic. Keanu, stay with this franchise and away from romantic movies. I’ve seen this scenario in over a hundred movies but screenwriters never explain it: […]

The Empowerment Column 2014: Our Ultimate Challenge

The Empowerment Column 2014: Our Ultimate Challenge

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer A fundamental challenge originates out of just about any desire or the creation of an objective or from simply having a goal.  Whatever the goal, there will always be its natural opposition or natural resistance that will bring the necessary challenges that must be successfully overcome to achieve it.  […]

Las Vegas Legends Victorious Over Mexico National Team

Las Vegas Legends Victorious Over Mexico National Team

By Tony Gaglione Photo gallery by Tom Jones IV The two time defending division champion Las Vegas Legends enjoyed a 5-3 victory in their first preseason game of the 2014-2015 season against the Mexico National Team this past Sunday. The crowd at Orleans Arena was loud and enthusiastic for all four quarters even though the […]

Spirit Day – Is Being Gay A Choice?

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Spirit Day – Is Being Gay A Choice?

by William Eamon Workman Today is Spirit Day, where supporters wear purple to stand against bullying of LGBT students in school.  We wear purple because it is the color for spirit on the rainbow flag.  I’m already wearing purple and have altered my profile picture on Facebook to a purple hue (you can learn how […]

Las Vegas Foodie Fest is Back!!! Dos Chinos and White Castle are here

Las Vegas Foodie Fest is Back!!! Dos Chinos and White Castle are here

Written and Photography by Jake Conlee The Las Vegas Foodie Fest is back, and it’s bigger, longer and hopefully better than ever. Given the opportunity to walk the grounds before the official opening, I jumped at the chance, snapping some shots along the way. The Las Vegas Foodie Fest is a celebration of mobile food […]

Fright Dome 2014

Fright Dome 2014

Fright Dome opened with a black carpet to debut 250,000 scary feet of 6 NEW Haunted Houses, 4 NEW scare zones, 25 rides & Attractions and Live Shows Nightly with an Afterlife Day of the Dead event Nov. 1. Visit www.frightdome.com days and times

Five Guys Burgers and Fries Shakes It Up with Hand-Spun Milkshakes at New Downtown Summerlin Location

Five Guys Burgers and Fries Shakes It Up with Hand-Spun Milkshakes at New Downtown Summerlin Location

Downtown Summerlin location becomes first Five Guys Burgers and Fries location in the West to offer milkshakes; 10 free mix-ins and hundreds of combinations available Five Guys Burgers and Fries announced the new Downtown Summerlin location in Las Vegas is the first Five Guys franchise in the western United States to offer milkshakes. Previously available in select East […]

The Empowerment Column 2014: Program Override

The Empowerment Column 2014: Program Override

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer Within each and every one of us there is the purpose of Life.  The goal of Life is fulfillment because everything that lives, simply wants to be satisfied but the purpose of Life is for the expansion of happiness.  The nature of Life is to want more and more.  […]

DON’T DRINK THE KOOL-AID

DON’T DRINK THE KOOL-AID

Join Table 8 Productions and re-live Jonestown By Victoria Alexander  Las Vegas Informer We all know about Jim Jones and his People’s Temple, a neo-Utopian commune in Guyana, that led to the largest mass death of American citizens until the 9/11 attacks. Through a series of events involving widespread allegations of abuse, Congressman Leo Ryan went […]

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