Like most people I’m still reeling from the horrible massacre of innocent people in Las Vegas.
Once Upon A Time…Remembering historical events and considering their significance for families todayThree weeks ago I was in Las Vegas for a work meeting. I stayed at the Aria, a sister property of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, one of 25 properties in the MGM family of resorts. My room on the 27th floor overlooked Las…
Embed from Getty Images—When thinking about Las Vegas, many people think about the neon lights, around the clock gaming, clubs, partying, and pretty much a whole host of adult fun and excitement. However, there is another side to Las Vegas that many people fail to think about unless they actually live there. The residential side…
A plea to stop crowing new winners!
Hatred can be overcome with our love, knowledge, and voice
Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Conor McGregor may have been the top-billed bout of 2016 so far, but there’s one boxing match that aficionados of the “sweet science” believe will be remembered as the fight of the year.
One way of preventing your relationship with your spouse from taking a bad turn is spending some quality time with the person you love and care for.
Turn that Vegas trip into a somewhat more sedate outing with your girlfriend or wife, and even the family.
Embed from Getty Images—If you are an owner of a business and it is necessary for you to travel time after time, you may struggle a bit financially. After all, traveling can quickly become more costly than you may have expected. Plane tickets, hotels rooms, food, and many other necessities all cost money. Now, if…
Celebrate good times.
Human relationships go beyond caste, creed, race and geographical boundaries
The next time your job takes you to Las Vegas, or your loved ones want you to go with them, consider exploring the quiet side of the strip.
Surviving a solo Christmas in the City of Sin during one of the worst years of my life: May my past misery bring the lonely reader camaraderie, and maybe even joy.
We put up our walls and tune our televisions to “Reality TV” to escape the reality of our depravity.
Tor Constantino and his wife will soon celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary—he shares how they’ve made it last.
The last full viewing of the AIDS Quilt is among the many events within the second half of 1996–your childhood.