Hospitality, charm, history, architecture, out door recreation – it’s all here, in Las Vegas – the Meadow City.
What the perfectly imperfect table did for me is help me remember that I’m not the sum of current circumstances; I am someone who knows that defeat is the end game only if I let it be.
In the first election following ratification of the 19th Amendment on Nov. 2, 1920, more than eight million women across the United States voted for the first time.
Poet Kathleen Lujan has carried her passion for the written word with her from childhood. It was where she focused her education and career trajectory. Lujan has a Bachelor’s Degree in English and History, a Master’s Degree in American Studies (Southwest History and Literature)… Continue Reading “The Sublime Experience of Poetry”
Dick’s has been around since 1940, managed and owned by the Dick Elias family. In 1974, the business was taken over by the Moore family and has, over 45 years since then, grown into a local favorite. Owner Charlotte Moore, said Dick’s has evolved… Continue Reading “Dick’s patio open for business”
Las Vegas Literary Salon invites you to an interview with native Las Vegan, Vera Jo Bustos, author of A Mindful Journey. The book is the compelling story of Vera Jo’s personal growth through athletics and emergence as a motivational speaker. Listen to her demo… Continue Reading “Save the Date: 7/26/20 – Vera Jo Bustos Interview”