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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 immediate message from the show’s producers is that it will resurface in Las Vegas and the move is because the show is seeking a more hospitable venue. The show is a partnership of Cirque du Soleil’s theatrical division and ...

  • Breaking News

    Standing outside Euphoria Wellness in the southwest valley, Joe LaMarca beamed as he recounted all the work it took to hang a banner above his medical marijuana dispensary ...

  • A&E

    We are so fully aware of Celine Dion’s family and life story because she has grown so naturally into our own Las Vegas community. She is willing to share her life’s triumphs and struggles, during performances onstage and away ...

  • A&E

    The weather wasn’t the only thing that was hot and sizzling Wednesday night at Border Grill, as “Top Chef Masters” cheftestants Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken, along with Rick Moonen and Hugh Acheson, hosted a reunion dinner.

  • Downtown

    Steaks by the pool and a llama in the game room—welcome to the new Las Vegas Hostel.

  • A&E

    There are 1,500 people at Super Summer Theatre on this August night, but referring to this gathering as a “crowd” is not right. It’s a mingling, really, of friends and families who have spread out on blankets and lawn chairs at Spring Mountain Ranch. Before the performance of "Tarzan," we are reminded that ...

  • UNLV

    President Obama’s trip to Las Vegas to speak at Harry Reid’s Clean Energy Summit may have been a chance for Obama to connect with supporters. But his trip also stirred ...

  • Business

    The Riviera has closed, but it will not be forgotten. Parts of it will remain on display elsewhere, and for now the building is still being put to use ...

  • Weekly Q&A

    The longtime managing partner of XS and Tryst has moved on to the Alon hotel and casino, planned to open in 2018.

  • Nightlife

    "I was always around some of the best DJs in the world ... and I was always inspired by them."

  • A&E

    The most recent champion of “America’s Got Talent,” the 27-year-old Mat Franco celebrated his grand opening Friday night at the Linq Hotel. The room was packed with ...

  • Taste

    Get ready for an end-of-summer beer bash August 28-30 at Mandalay Bay Beach.

  • As We See It

    “It’s not about the person’s pre-existing skill set as much as their motivation.”

  • Education

    As a woman who’s been involved in government and corporate America for decades, I’ve been speaking and writing about the role of women ...

  • Features

    Concerts, films, albums, books! Your guide to the cultural onslaught from Labor Day through Thanksgiving.

  • The Incidental Tourist

    If you’ve spent any time inside the D or the Golden Gate, it’s easy to see why this deal should be great for Fremont Street.

  • Features

    Fetty Wap, David Gilmour, Joanna Newsom and more—plus who’ll be the next artist to sneak an album onto the Web?

  • Dining News

    New owners Jeffrey Fine and Sam Marvin are planning new concept for the Downtown space.

  • Features

    From a new Patti Smith memoir to the completion of a Sinatra bio, these books will keep you busy.

  • A&E

    Improvising is a showgirl necessity. Shows don’t always go according to plan and when that happens, it’s a showgirl’s job to make sure the show goes on.