• Back on his feet, he’s now giving back by feeding those in need
    Every Monday night, Siloh Moses prepares dinner for a few hundred people he calls his “future friends.” They are homeless, jobless or otherwise in need. They gather on the alphabet streets in the city’s core to enjoy a hot meal, pick up clothing, receive job support Read More....
  • Has UNLV basketball found its next hometown hero in Stephen Zimmerman?
    Stephen Zimmerman could be Las Vegas’ next hometown sports hero. He already has taken the first step. ...read more
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    How to navigate the weekend of the big fight
    The biggest draw is the May 2 fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao at MGM Grand Garden Arena. But that’s not the only event expected to attract above-average crowds. May 2 also is the Kentucky Derby, which brings scores of people to Las Vegas to bet and sip mint juleps. Cinco de Mayo will be celebrated that weekend, and the National Hardware Show is expected to bring 30,000 people to town. Read More....
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    Mayweather and Pacquiao for the fight of the century
    The “fight of the century,” which felt like it took a century to make, finally is days away.
    Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao will settle their rivalry May 2 at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
    Here’s your chance to get reacquainted with the men who will face off in the richest match in boxing history. Read more ....

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