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  The Henderson Equality Center opened its doors to the LGBTQ+ community and allies June 8. The 3,000-square-foot facility is home to the Equality Project (an umbrella organization for Equality Nevada and Athlete Equality) and home to GLSEN of Southern Nevada. The new center will supplement existing services offered at The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada (The Center) located near...
Special to the Las Vegas Spectrum Today I tried to get an eye exam at a local EyeGlass World location in Las Vegas and was denied entry because I had taken care of a patient with COVID. I could have lied and said No, and been easily allowed in. Nothing had changed except my answer to a question. I was still wearing...
  Transgender activist Marty Brown was a diabetic with complications. His wife, Tracey, said he had been sick since the beginning of March with what he thought was a bad cold. On March 14, they went to the emergency department at Mountain View Hospital to get it checked out. Because of his frequent hospitalizations due to his diabetes, Tracey said, “We...
Deepen Kothari is “Your Friend” running for Clark County Commissioner in District D (North Central Las Vegas). What makes his campaign slogan real is that he travels in so many different circles in Las Vegas that you probably do already know him whether you realize it or not. Former Clark County middle school teacher, small businessman, LGBTQ activist, transgender rights advocate...
Immersive theater and social distancing don’t mix. The Vegas Theatre Company closed the curtain on “Men in Boats,” in early March followed rapidly by the Majestic Repertory Theatre’s closure of “The Garden Party.” One by one the lights of the Las Vegas theater community went dark due to the coronavirus pandemic. The last to close was the Las Vegas Little Theatre (LVLT)....
When Las Vegas community theaters went dark due to the coronavirus shutdown, it was particularly lamentable for opera lovers. Vegas City Opera (VCO) was poised to make their Smith Center debut in March with a delightfully reimagined production of La fille du régiment (“The Daughter of the Regiment”) by Donizetti. What makes VCO such an important new voice in American opera...
By Hugh Jackson | Nevada Current | May 7, 2020 In the first three months of last year, Newmont Corp. reported a net income of $87 million. In the first three months of this year: $822 million. Newmont mines more gold than any corporation in the world, and Nevada accounts for about a fourth of it. But in Nevada, Newmont is the...
IS??? June Busting OUT ALL over??? How do You want to Bust OUT?  We're STILL HERE and helping those who have to travel to do it safely and affordably. PLAN this June is NOT just politics as in Progressive Leadership of Nevada (Plan to Vote in Primary) but a KEY WORD of what we at A Answer on Travel...
The numbers say it all!!!  Whether it is or was a friend, a partner, a co-worker, the man who walks his dog in the evening, the lady who drops her groceries sometimes, the small man, the big, the quiet, the loud, the minions or the headliners, we have all been affected by the COVID-19!  The social and work environments...
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