Hospitality, charm, history, architecture, out door recreation – it’s all here, in Las Vegas – the Meadow City.
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”
Massage therapist Andy Trujillo is a native Las Vegan, although he didn’t grow up here. He was born in one of the small buildings on the Plaza, but never thought he would return after his family moved to Albuquerque. His story is in his… Continue Reading “Andy Trujillo: Calm in the COVID-19 Storm”
When COVID-19 hit in New Mexico, restaurateurs had the choice of closing or doing curbside service. Chef Sean Sinclair at Bar Castañeda kept that all-important customer connection by offering curbside delivery and tasty treats, including his award-winning Smash Burger. Currently, Bar Castañeda is offering… Continue Reading “The customer connection at Bar Castaneda”
So, what would you like to share about Las Vegas – NM that is? I’ve decided to be more intentional about posting information about my home town, a little community with amazing potential. In the middle of a pandemic, people stepped up to help… Continue Reading “My Town – Las Vegas, NM”