Women of Global Change LV
Women of Global Change LV celebrated its second annual Champagne Brunch Fashion Show Fundraiser “Fashion for Compassion” at Emerald at Queensridge, hosted by Latoya Holman, director of community outreach LVMPD Foundation and Will Taylor (Will ThreeSixty Taylor).

People To Watch in 2020: Teri Haennelt | Teri Lynn H Photography
At Teri Lynn H Photography, they capture the moments that take your breath away. In January 2016, Teri opened the doors in her in-home studio, and over the past three years, has photographed over 100 sessions, including four weddings and two sets of twins.

Jaguar Land Rover Las Vegas
As winter slowly falls upon us in Las Vegas, one of the most revered seasonal traditions is taking a drive to the nearby, local mountains for a relaxing day of playing in the snow, challenging the slopes or enjoying lunch at the Mt. Charleston Lodge.

The No. 1 Way Brands Fail
“How are you doing?” a simple question to ask, yet complex to answer for many women when talking with friends and even in their doctor’s office.

Scott and Dallyce are a dynamic husband and wife team who are dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and influencers elevate their influence, impact and income through mastering more effective communication skills.

Local Leaders
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With a desire to make a difference in people’s lives and a commitment to create a life full of opportunities for her four young daughters, and, at the time recently divorced, Virginia set her goals in motion with nothing more than just a few dollars in her pocket.

Winter Reading List
This winter, curl up with a good read and start the new year off with clarity and focus.

Gigi Roundtree is a mother, wife, author and community activist. Founder of Common Tree, a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit assisting local students and families in need through their empowering mentorship programs.

2019 Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame Induction
The Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame inducted 35 new members for 2019. The Hall of Fame was first created with the goal to bring added respect, honor and appreciation to the employees of radio and television stations who have worked in the broadcast industry for a minimum of 20 years.