JOZ OF LIFE: Sports franchises celebrate Pride month, LGBTQIA+ teams head to Softball World Series events

It’s safe to say the secret is out (pun intended) on professional sports embracing the LGBTQIA+ community. In fact, all but two Major League baseball franchises nationwide (cough… we’re looking at you, Texas) have introduced some form of celebration for the LGBTQIA+ community. While some progressive strongholds in other cities have enjoyed nearly a decade […]

Family-friendly outings for summer break: museums, sports and recreational opportunities in the Las Vegas Valley

Summer break is in full swing for valley schools, and while Las Vegas may be best known as the ultimate adult playground, our fair city is also home to some of the best family-friendly activities in the nation. Embrace your sense of adventure at our local recreational areas and preserves. Discover something new at one […]

Dr. Jerry Cade, pioneer in Las Vegas HIV/Aids medicine, discusses the early days

Jerry Cade, MD, is an AIDS/HIV health care pioneer. University Medical Center’s HIV program formally began Aug 29, 1985. UMC’s AIDS Outpatient Clinic opened in November 1986. UMC’s dedicated HIV inpatient unit opened on July 5, 1987. These entities, along with UMC’s commitment to people living with HIV/AIDS formed the core of a comprehensive, health […]

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