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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

    TV celebrity chef Robert Irvine, host of the Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” who has tackled some of the toughest culinary challenges, is opening his first signature restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip in a partnership with the Tropicana.

  • Breaking News

    Downtown Las Vegas’ Fremont Street has come a long way in recent years. It still lags other big cities’ urban cores, but an ingredient that many people see as critical to Fremont’s revival is now taking shape ...

  • News

    When we refer to the scene in VegasVille as a participation sport, the overnight opening-night party at Jewel is what we’re talking about. The club has overtaken the former Haze nightclub, closed 18 months ago, and ...

  • News

    Taking the lead from his legendary father, Bill Boyd, the founder and executive chairman of Boyd Gaming, continues to enrich the community with his vision and generosity. On Saturday night, he was honored at the ...

  • A&E

    Bobby Baldwin has long been a master at turning a profit at 2 p.m. Now he’s focused on 2 a.m. ...

  • As We See It

    How much will it cost? How do I avoid paying for parking for now? The Weekly has the answers.

  • As We See It

    Once the acquisition is complete, what will Station Casinos do with the Palms? Naturally, we have a few ideas.

  • A&E

    Once more the lineup of shows was uniquely VegasVille. Early in the night, it was ventriloquist Paul Zerdin with his “Mouthing Off” show at Planet Hollywood Showroom. Later, it was a scramble to the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel to catch veteran German rock band …

  • A&E

    Lionel Richie’s initial run at Axis at Planet Hollywood sold well enough to spark speculation that he’ll extend beyond the announced dates this fall. ...

  • A&E

    Say this for Robert Irvine: When he hangs out at the Trop, he really hangs out at the Trop. The star chef who hosts Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” made the ultimate delivery order Monday ...

  • A&E

    The lineup of the 2016 Electric Daisy Carnival has been announced, and the field of artists rivals the great expanse of the host venue, Las Vegas Motor Speedway. More than 250 acts ...

  • A&E

    The Kats Report Bureau at this writing is Beach Cafe at Tropicana Las Vegas on Monday night. The news out of this building tonight is the announcement of a new restaurant fronted by ...

  • A&E

    Tony Bennett recalls what it was like for singers in the early days of Las Vegas. Which is to say, there was not a lot of work for singers in the early days of Las Vegas. ...

  • As We See It

    Nothing short of a spectacle was expected. The 40-minute left-turn wait on Durango Drive was understandable.

  • Noise

    Singer Klaus Meine doesn’t just hit the high notes, he knocks ’em over the fence into the bleacher seats.

  • Reviews

    Niu-Gu is far from formal, but the food achieves a level of Chinese-restaurant sophistication usually found only within Strip casinos.

  • A&E

    The man who sings “Fire Woman” can be a flame-thrower onstage. But in conversation, Ian Astbury feels more like a candle, warm and calm. “I’m not the type who seeks the limelight, and I’m not all about accolades,” the frontman for The Cult said ...

  • Nightlife

    Knowing how crucial Aria’s club component would be, Hakkasan Group set out to blow minds, just as they did in creating Omnia at Caesars Palace.

  • Features

    Larry Ruvo's examined life, from busboy to great benefactor of Las Vegas.

  • Taste

    Celebrity chef Rick Moonen experiences the South Point restaurant's classic perfection.