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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

    With almost 30,000 attendees from 35 countries and a record 800 industry stars set to participate, the annual AVN Adult Entertainment Expo arrives this week. AVN CEO Tony Rios spoke to the Sun about ...

  • Las Vegas

    The Oakland Raiders have filed paperwork with the NFL to relocate to Las Vegas, the league confirmed this morning. "Today, the Oakland Raiders submitted an application to relocate their franchise to Las Vegas, as is provided for under the NFL policy and procedures for proposed franchise relocations," the NFL said. "The application will be reviewed in the coming weeks by ...

  • CES

    You might think virtual reality is overhyped, poised to fade out and never penetrate the mainstream, but it’s gaining traction in commercial markets. Casino operators are discussing how to integrate headsets as a VR scene emerges in Las Vegas. And with three brick-and-mortar virtual reality arcades scheduled to launch this year, the technology might ...

  • Features

    The local bands and artists will get you going in the new year.

  • Dining News

    Plus, the Palm—not the Palms—starts Sunday Suppers, Crafthaus launches new flavors and the Westgate team is going to NYC.

  • Features

    From alt-rock to metalcore, surf-punk to solo-acoustic.

  • Betting

    Is it shrewder to bet on teams that performed all season long or those that got hot close to the finish line?

  • Noise

    The word has always been that his shows are either fiery hot or ice cold. We got the former.

  • Nightlife

    “We’re seeing the need for brands outside our own that want someone to help provide extraordinary experiences for their consumers."

  • Nightlife

    LAYOP's owners inspire and motivate with their comfy basics.

  • Nightlife

    His dégustation menu is a tour de force.

  • Intersection

    NAVYA’s ARMA vehicle continues testing on its first public roadway, Fremont Street.

  • Music

    The Las Vegas native took up tennis at 3 and the piano at 5, and now she's merging her interests in music and youth sports.

  • A&E

    Nothing against "Viva Las Vegas" or Brandon Flowers, but we kinda love these Vegas deep cuts.

  • Nightlife

    The Vegas-to-San-Diego nightlife express continues.

  • Nightlife

    One of the most memorable meals of 2016 was chef Mark LoRusso's Giro d’Italia tasting menu.

  • Screen

    The filmmaker takes a pulpy, semi-supernatural approach to dissociative identity disorder.

  • Noise

    Five memorable contributions from the Dead's one and only bass player.