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Jameson is helping dispel Vegas’ dismal health care reputation.

Best Innovator: Dr. Florence Jameson

May 27th, 2010

Jameson is helping dispel Vegas’ dismal health care reputation.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best People

    The Tea Party thinks he’s a sham—how bad can he really be?

  • 2010 Vegas' Best People

    He suffers from a perceived lack of personality, and unfortunately has quite a controversial politician for a father. But no one can doubt Reid’s work ethic.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best People

    From the earliest of Killers’ gigs to March’s Neon Reverb, The Donald has been an ever-present silhouette on the local scene for years.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best People

    Barry Manilow. Larry Ruvo. God. Colonic Elvis. Wayne F. Newton...?

  • 2010 Vegas' Best People

    Channel 8’s Peabody-winning Knapp isn’t afraid to offend or anger.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best People

    Siegel Group President Stephen Siegel sees room for improvement everywhere.

  • A&E

    The future of one of the Strip’s most successful and celebrated productions has spun into uncertainty.

  • A&E

    Early this week, Clint Holmes made the off-handed remark, “Everyone’s shows are closing while mine is opening.”

  • Sports

    Since opening in April on the Strip, T-Mobile Arena has had a relatively smooth entry into the event game in Las Vegas. The first major hiccup came Friday night, when a slew of issues combined to leave many people standing outside in 100-plus degree heat while the USA Basketball vs. Argentina exhibition game was taking place ...

  • Features

    It’s hard to comprehend now what Caesars palace meant to Las Vegas when it first opened in 1966. It had just 680 rooms (today: 4,610) but it was bigger in every sense than anything else in town—grander, more luxurious and more flamboyant.

  • A&E

    This week, Monday By the Numbers hits on Jennifer Lopez (wait, that came out wrong) and her added added dates at Planet Hollywood, David Copperfield and his untrammeled wealth and some puppet action at …

  • Nightlife

    It's nothing less than an icon of late-night Vegas eats.

  • A&E

    Deepak Chopra is playing the big room at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 28.

  • Intersection

    The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority recently invited artist Rich McCor to play in the city.

  • A&E

    If Tom DeLonge wanted to witness something paranormal, he only needed to attend his former band’s concert Saturday night at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel. With DeLonge departed to investigate UFOs, Blink-182 produced something that had become alien for the group in recent years with a sonically satisfying show. ...

  • Opinion

    The Republican conclave in Cleveland was itself a tale of two cities. There were the best of times: the Trump children speaking about their father and their lives. They also were the worst of times: the refusal of Ted Cruz to forgive …

  • Opinion

    We applaud Donald Trump for his promise, at the start of his acceptance speech as the Republican Party’s candidate for president, to set out “a straightforward assessment of the state of our nation. I will …

  • A&E

    "I have been making these movies most of my adult life. I’m really proud of them and was really thrilled to come back and play him again.”

  • Noise

    During a stripped-down, mostly acoustic segment, the trio delivered a lovely version of hit “Travelin’ Soldier.”

  • Nightlife

    And one club is opening this weekend. Get the details here.

  • Intersection

    We spoke with Fagel about the positive and widespread reception of his poem "A Brief Note for Dallas" and the surprising maturity of Las Vegas.

  • Nightlife

    This year is shaping up to be a big one for the Aussie rapper-model.

  • A&E

    This week, Monday By the Numbers tilts nostalgically to Flamingo Las Vegas headliner Olivia Newton-John and Cindy Williams.

  • Reviews

    It’s a pretty place for pretty people to nibble and sip—a perfect fit for the Cosmopolitan.

  • Taste

    The new beer-centric bar boasts a rotating list of 365 brews.

  • Intersection

    Apparently 4.3 percent of Silver State residents identify as LGBT.