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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.

  • Nightlife

    Change continues at the 20-year-old off-Strip casino resort.

  • Las Vegas

    As one of the world’s top destinations for weddings, Las Vegas sent an open-arms invitation to millions of same-sex couples now able to elope without fear of legal discrimination: Get married here. That message buzzed through the city today after ...

  • Features

    How the celebrity chef and first-time restaurateur makes it look easy when it's anything but.

  • Music

    As Electric Daisy Carnival's final sets ended in June, so did its five-year contract with the Las Vegas Motor Speedway (no word on whether an extension or new deal has been inked).

  • Electric Daisy Carnival

    "We kicked it and it was dope ... I don’t give away my TRAP QUEEN kandi to just anybody."

  • Food

    The restaurateur/chef and Chopped judge debuts long-in-the-making afternoon fare.

  • Features

    A look at the Valley's car-club culture: "Ask a member of the scene, no matter the faction, and all car people will tell you these gatherings are about community.

  • Film

    XXL has about as much dramatic complexity as Thunder From Down Under, turning Magic Mike into a franchise that shamelessly caters to fans who crave only a parade of beefcake.

  • A&E

    Haven't stocked up on your own firecrackers for a spectacular in your suburban streets? No problem!

  • As We See It

    CEO Zach Ware: “I’m very proud of what we built and how we wound it down.”

  • Food

    Carne asada, pork al pastor and chicken tinga ... is your mouth watering yet?

  • As We See It

    Is Hey Reb! a Confederate soldier or not? Here's a quick history on the link. ...

  • Culture

    Miguel Gomez went from dining with celebs to struggling to find a place to sleep. Can GoFundMe turn his luck around?

  • Nightlife

    Suddenly, Vegas is right on the money, musically speaking.

  • Weekly Q&A

    Talking plants with University of Nevada Cooperative Extension's social horticulture specialist

  • Music

    The Grammy winner just dropped new album Wildheart and will perform at Drai's before launching his tour.

  • A&E

    The group is now offering a soundcheck/meet-and-greet experience before shows at the Venetian.

  • A&E

    Creators liken the Apocalypse attraction to Call of Duty in a “gauntlet of chaos.”

  • Food

    From Leticia's Mexican Cocina to Cookie's BBQ Rib Shack, five lesser-known purveyors of the portable comestibles.

  • Nightlife

    Also: the World's Biggest Ping Pong Pool Party at the Linq.