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Becoming a Boss Lady – Jannet Kay

Possessing the title of Boss Lady, Jannet Kay is a constant reminder that hard work and dedication are fundamentals of success.  Born and raised in a diverse military family, Jannet says, “The morals and culture in our household shaped me to be well-rounded and structured with a goal-oriented mentality.”  Joining the military at just 17 years old, Jannet has been through combat climbing her way up the chain of command through various leadership positions.  Following her deployments, Jannet received a […]Read More

Henderson Event Center

New Home for Henderson Silver Knights Reimagination of Henderson Pavilion to Create New Home for Henderson Silver Knights, Henderson Symphony Orchestra and Other Community Events. Previous Next The Henderson Pavilion, located on S. Green Valley Parkway south of the 215 Beltway, is being reimagined as the Henderson Event Center – an enclosed year-round venue that will be home to […]Read More

Muslusky Law

At Muslusky Law, it is all about protecting and fighting for those who are injured. Owner, Adam Muslusky, has been practicing law for over 20 years. And, as much as his vast knowledge of the industry is significant, his fantastic personability is really what speaks to clients. Aiming for and attaining the best outcome for […]Read More

Open For Business

During the Governor’s shut down there are still many local businesses in operation, and we want to get the word out! To check out our list of Las Vegas Business that are still OPEN please click here! Or to add your business to the list please contact us here!Read More

With A Vegan Twist!

Photo by Jackie Sobon “I’m not Vegan!” was my exact thought when I was first given the assignment to cover Vegenation in Las Vegas. I was, however, excited to learn more and get to know what this diet is all about. Also, to see if you “have” to be Vegan to eat it! We all […]Read More

Shea Arender – Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra

As a writer at MYVEGAS Magazine, the most wonderful thing to work on is an issue which recognizes the excellence of a wide variety of people from a wide variety of industries. This is perhaps no more evident than in our recognition of Shea Arender, CEO and owner of the Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra and […]Read More

CBD is Nothing New

What if I told you that cannabis is nothing new and that it used to be an everyday part of our food chain without realizing it? There are many misconceptions amongst the general public when it comes to cannabis and what we now call CBD- the oil extracted from the non-psychoactive, agricultural hemp plant. Hemp […]Read More

Opportunity Village Enhances Lives of Adults With Intellectual Disabilities

(Photo courtesy of Opportunity Village) Troy R. came to Opportunity Village not knowing what to expect. He was nervous and unable to express himself, stemming from intellectual disabilities. Over time, Troy was assimilated into the organization’s Fine Arts program, Employment Resource Center and Pathway to Work and has since evolved. Going to Opportunity Village was […]Read More

The Sparklings Restaurant

That’s What She Said: The Sparklings Restaurant By Michele Polci, CPCE, CMP & Lisa Lynn Backus, CPCE, CMP With a name like The Sparklings Restaurant we were not sure what to expect. The Sparklings set out to accomplish a mission, create a neighborhood place that is classy but not fancy. South of Rainbow, just past the […]Read More

Echo and Rig

Echo and Rig Echo and Rig had been on our list of restaurants to try. Friends and colleagues often spoke fondly about the restaurant. Some raved about the happy hour, others that it was an outstanding steakhouse, and some talked up the on-premises butcher. It turned out all of the above was true and more! […]Read More

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