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From the Chef: Loco Championship Shrimp

Written by Mark Marques In honor of the Las Vegas Locomotives winning the 2010 United Football League Championship, and being two-time champions, I have made an entire Loco Championship meal.  This meal contains several recipes.  This recipe is for Loco Championship Shrimp. Ingredients: Dry Rub for Shrimp 1-1/2 Tbsp. Paprika 1 Tbsp. Chili Powder 1 […]

From the Chef: Loco Championship Dinner

Written by Mark Marques In honor of the Las Vegas Locos winning the 2010 United Football League Championship, and being two-time champions, I have made an entire Loco Championship meal.  This meal contains several recipes.  Make each of these recipes, and you will have a dinner that may make you feel like a champion too. […]

The Empowerment Column (5): “What causes unhappiness?”

Column by Rev. Thabiti  “When you learn to love what you get, then you will always get what you love.” Whenever someone is unhappy, it’s always for the same fundamental reason.  It is because Life isn’t going their way.  Life is not happening the way they think or feel it should.  

Foodies Review Hawaii Edition: Crepe House

Written by Bud Grant As part of our coverage of the UNLV football game in Honolulu Hawaii, we at The Las Vegas Informer have reviewed different aspects of the Hawaii travel experience.  This article is our Hawaii Foodies review on Crepe House. Crepe House, located across the street from Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, provides […]

Travel Review: Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

Aston Waikiki (Center) By Bud Grant As part of our coverage of the UNLV football game in Honolulu Hawaii, we at The Las Vegas Informer have reviewed different aspects of the Hawaii travel experience.  This article focuses on our hotel of choice: the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel. The Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel is located across […]

The Empowerment Column (4) “Procrastination is the thief of opportunity.”

Written by: Rev. Thabiti “Procrastination is the Thief of Opportunity.” Good things do come to those who wait, but they can only receive things that are left behind by the ones who got off their butts. At the end of the day, You will either say, I wish I had or I’m glad I did. […]

The Empowerment Column (3): Being Grateful

Column by Rev. Thabiti In honor and celebration of this Thanksgiving holiday weekend let us remember that there is nothing more important or spiritual than being grateful.  Cosmic Law states; ”the more we complain, the more we shall be given to complain about and that the more we become grateful, the more we shall be […]

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The Carnival Splendor: One Passenger’s Experience on a Ship without Power

Written by Joe Buda Photos provided by Sharon Ruesch On Sunday, November 7, 2010, it began: a cruise to the Mexican Riviera on the Carnival Splendor, a Concordia-class Carnival cruise ship that started service in 2008.  The Splendor is designed to hold 3,006 passengers and 1,150 crew members. On November 8, the news was reporting […]

The Empowerment Column (2)

Column by Rev. Thabiti “If at first you don’t succeed, you’ll get a lot of advice from others who didn’t either.”  Blaming and excuses is the recipe that losers use to fail.  To those who apply enough persistence and determination, success can never be denied. Your life is the result of the choices you make […]

From the Chef: Easy Refrigerator Rolls

Written by Mark Marques This Thanksgiving Day, instead of making store bought dinner rolls, try making homemade rolls instead.  There is no substitution for fresh made rolls.  This recipe is easy to make, as the name implies, and tastes great when complete.     Ingredients: 2 packages of active dry yeast 2 cups warm water (105 […]

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