For more than 11 years, Scott Whitney has hosted “Living in Las Vegas,” which he describes as “the longest running podcast about Las Vegas that actually originates in Las Vegas.”
Beverly Saperstein loves volunteering. She’s done it most of her life and even today enjoys meeting people at organizations where she donates her time.
Maybe it’s the Southern hospitality provided by her Austin, Texas, upbringing or more than two decades of working in theconcierge business on the Las Vegas Strip, but one thing is for sure — Tyra Bell-Holland knows how to take care of people.
As horticulture manager for JW Marriott Resort on North Rampart Boulevard, Mark Murphy is responsible for the landscaping on the 54-acre site.
“Flip or Flop” is the latest HGTV show to get the spinoff treatment, and this time a Vegas couple, Bristol and Aubrey Marunde, are the stars.
Even if you haven’t seen her in a couple of years, chances are Griselda Torres will remember what you like to drink. A knack for such details helps explain why Torres was a natural for the hospitality industry, and how she now makes sure both Billy Idol and his fans feel at home in the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.
It’s difficult to imagine a time when Elaine Wynn was not an influential woman. But Las Vegas was a vastly different world when she and then-husband Steve Wynn arrived in the late 1960s.
Robert Hoo moved to Las Vegas to become lead organizer of Nevadans for the Common Good, a nonprofit, nonpartisan grass-roots collection of faith communities and nonprofit organizations.
When Estelle Murphy turns over leadership of Safe Nest this week after 38 years, she can point to many areas of progress in helping victims of domestic violence in Southern Nevada.
General manager Craig Knight talks about the voice of urban Las Vegas and its leap from historic west Las Vegas to the reaches of cyberspace.