Dr. John Rhodes is passionate about patient care; but he also realizes that practicing medicine involves business – which is one reason he obtained an M.B.A. to conduct business more efficiently.
Festivals, galleries and museums exhibit the work of artists in Las Vegas whether downtown, on the Strip, at a college campus or at a library with new works to celebrate spring.
Michael Graves is a police officer for the North Las Vegas Police Department, working patrol while finishing his final project to complete his master’s degree in justice management.
Michelle St. Angelo has achieved success in her field of public relations – and credits her degree in psychology as one of the factors in her achievements.
Conventions such as 2015 International CES require more than manual labor to be successful. There are a range of jobs available and with the right attitude – some can turn into permanent positions.
Experiencing the Las Vegas Strip with a tour is available during the day and night but man-made marvels, desert life, visitors from the other side, cultural facets and appreciating downtown Las Vegas with the guidance of an expert offers adventures in the jewel of the desert.
Here are some of the best upcoming performances that you’ll want to put on the calendar.
In 2015, Las Vegas offers Broadway production shows, the beauty of the desert, snow-covered mountains and a thriving downtown. Whether coming for a weekend or extended vacation, Southern Nevada features a variety of activities.
Holidays are a time to give, especially to those less fortunate. Here is the chance to help the Southern Nevada community and give back.
Las Vegas is more than a mecca for tourists. It is home to 2 million residents living in Southern Nevada, many of whom will spend the holidays in Las Vegas. Whether it is a day in snow or enjoying lighting displays, holidays are celebrated in a big way.