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Curran Partners With Innovative App Detour For Launch Of Immersive Audio Tour

Curran Partners With Innovative App Detour For Launch Of Immersive Audio Tour

Guided By Carole Shorenstein Hays With Guests James Earl Jones, Carol Channing, Tommy Tune Kristin Chenoweth, Patti Lu Pone And More The Curran has partnered with the innovative mobile app Detour to create an immersive audio tour that will be made available to the public this month for an unveiling of the theater’s renovation and […]

IKEA Home Tour / SAN FRANCISCO SUBMISSIONS TO OPEN IN 2017

IKEA Home Tour / SAN FRANCISCO SUBMISSIONS TO OPEN IN 2017

IKEA announced the third leg of its successful “IKEA Home Tour.” A team of IKEA design experts, the “IKEA Home Tour Squad,” will again hit the road to help Americans tackle real, everyday furnishing and design challenges while inspiring others to do so for themselves. On this leg of the tour, the Squad will visit […]

BEING VEGAN – We Bought A Zoo…And Then We Closed It

BEING VEGAN – We Bought A Zoo…And Then We Closed It

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “Visiting a zoo is not educational and entertaining, but like touring prison for the innocent.”  – Kim Stallwood I remember seeing the Matt Damon movie a few years ago about the true story of a widower and his two children looking for a house to move to, finding it, […]

The Empowerment Column 2014: Is it Murphy’s Law?

The Empowerment Column 2014: Is it Murphy’s Law?

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer Murphy’s Law says “If it can go wrong it will.”  The reason why this happens is because everything has natural opposition or natural resistance.  For example, we inhale and exhale or the breeze blowing against our faces when riding a bicycle downhill or the obstacles and challenges we must […]

The Empowerment Column 2014: Independence and Freedom

The Empowerment Column 2014: Independence and Freedom

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer If we carefully consider it there may not be any such thing as total independence or complete freedom.  For example, we are at the mercy of or dependent on the pilot whenever we fly or the taxi or bus driver.  We depend on the oncoming driver to stay on […]

BEING VEGAN – No Surprise – Someone is Now Eating Vegan In Portland

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer No, there is no surprise when I say that someone is Eating Vegan in Portland.  Not only is it one of the most vegan-friendly cities in America, but also in the world.  Portland has a professional basketball team by the name of The Trailblazers and it aptly describes how […]

The Empowerment Column 2014: Always Play to Win!

The Empowerment Column 2014: Always Play to Win!

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer Let’s turn off all fear, anger, worry and guilt and enter inside a moment of pause.  Let’s not race through anything right now because for this moment we must put everything on hold.  Whatever we think our problems or worries are will have to wait at the door until […]

BEING VEGAN – May The Outrage Turn To Something More

BEING VEGAN – May The Outrage Turn To Something More

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “The basic thing is to hopefully stop people from killing anything and to create a non-violent diet for themselves, because a non-violent world has roots in a non-violent diet.”  Casey Kasem I have read this past week of great outrage about an annual festival to celebrate the summer solstice […]

BEING VEGAN – It’s Time to Go All In

BEING VEGAN – It’s Time to Go All In

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “When you go ‘all in’ with hand in poker, you are betting everything that you’ve got the best cards.  With Veganism you know you have a sure winner–I’M ALL IN–good health can’t be beat!”  – Cyndy Violette, Professional Poker Player, Vegan I needed to confirm with my friend Cyndy, […]

The Empowerment Column 2014: Personal Storms

The Empowerment Column 2014: Personal Storms

By Rev. Thabiti Las Vegas Informer Back in the day before modern pleasures, conveniences and luxuries our ancestors would retreat into caves at the onset of a storm and become still and patiently wait until the storm passes. They did not complain about it.  They did not argue with it.  They did not try to […]

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