Welcome, everyone, to the first installment of my blog. I think you’ll enjoy following our team this year. I can tell you that you are going to see a fearless football team that loves to play and is enjoying itself and wants to win games. We love our fan support.
Too much of a good thing can be wonderful — as Mae West, a renowned playwright (among other things), once remarked. By those standards, Mae would have embraced Las Vegas’ 2014-15 theater season with gleeful gusto. From Tony-winning musicals to edgy theatrical experiences to world premieres, this season’s offerings reflect the Las Vegas theater community’s increasing maturity.
If you don’t recognize the name Georgia Neu, it’s only because you may not have been living here before 2001. Or, maybe you were but didn’t stay abreast of events.
It has already hit gun and ammunition dealers. It has shut down pawnshops and short-term lenders. It has caused banks to discharge potentially thousands from their customer rolls who’ve done nothing illegal or improper. The next casualty will be America’s casino and gaming industry.
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Remember when the viability of the Affordable Care Act was said to be dependent in large part on states creating their own health insurance exchanges? The Nevada Legislature and Gov. Brian Sandoval did just that back in 2011. Good times.
The son of Lee Mazzilli — who had two key hits for the New York Mets in the 1986 World Series — L.J. Mazzilli delivered the decisive hit for the 51s in their 5-4 win over the Reno Aces in their Pacific Coast League playoff opener on Wednesday night before 4,083 at Cashman Field.
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Bailey Bergquist racked up 23 kills and 21 digs Wednesday to help Sierra Vista’s girls volleyball team outlast visiting Centennial, 25-12, 23-25, 25-16, 23-25, 16-14.
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