That Went by a Little Quick

Now you have the story all thought out and in a row. Does this mean your story is finished? Heck no! You still have to write the screenplay, you have to come up with dialogue and places, action and worlds.

Fred’s International Bakery

I have to rave again about the greatest new bakery in town; FRED’S INTERNATIONAL WHOLESALE BAKERY.

A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, Jr.

The story as a whole is consistently compelling; it is witty, thoughtful, and in the end quite moving.

KRISTA GROTTE SAXON “Victorious Rage…Magical Tragedy” ©

Krista is a living testimony that rage can be good if we make the effort for ourselves and those we love to truly live fully and victoriously. That even in tragedy, magic can happen.

Inside DJ Audioprism’s Library: 4th Of July

Music has always been a great reflector of the human experience throughout the ages.

Mobbed Up — Part 7: “Hole in the Wall”

Part 7 of “Mobbed Up” follows Frank Cullotta from Chicago to Las Vegas, where he serves as a trusted lieutenant of Tony Spilotro.

What Is Your Focus?

What have you been focusing on lately, and how can you begin to start focusing on things that are much more positive? Here are some tips that I believe will help you get started.

So You Have an Idea…Now What?

The spark of genius struck you at 4 AM and you can't get back to sleep, the idea train has left the station and isn't slowing down and you have no idea where it is going.

History of the Las Vegas Mob Part 6

This is the history of Harry Reid, who was head of the gaming commission and who eventually became Senate Majority leader. Reid is retired in Las Vegas.

Coming in July–DeeJay LeeBird–Earl Hayes

Earl's radio shows are dedicated to our Nations, (USA), Troops, Honored Veterans, and all the warriors in the Covid-19 War. He is dedicated to his art and extremely knowledgeable. 

What Is Your Focus?

What have you been focusing on lately, and how can you begin to start focusing on things that are much more positive? Here are some tips that I believe will help you get started.

That Went by a Little Quick

Now you have the story all thought out and in a row. Does this mean your story is finished? Heck no! You still have to write the screenplay, you have to come up with dialogue and places, action and worlds.

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Perspectives on Sentencing

District Judge Joe Hardy Jr., of the Eighth Judicial District Court, Department 15, discusses his campaign to retain his seat and offers insight into sentencing.

Striking The Delicate Balance Between Hospitality And Security

This unimaginable tragedy and its aftermath led to national speculation on whether hotels are being diligent enough in providing security. Where is the balance between hospitality and increased security?

Live Coverage of Discipline Hearing Brought Against a Juvenile Hearing Master

The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline allowed Alexander Falconi of "Our Nevada Judges" to provide rare, comprehensive coverage of a disciplinary hearing brought against a Juvenile Hearing Master.

Should Spectators Who Do Not Have Any Tie to a Case Be Allowed to Sit in the Courtroom During the Trial?

Yes, and Judge Judy explains the reasons as to why better than anyone else ever could.

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Alex is married and a father of one son. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in...

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The story as a whole is consistently compelling; it is witty, thoughtful, and in the end quite moving.

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Memorial Day–Never Forget

Memorial Day is a day to remember and honor all of the military personnel who have died in the service of our great country. Now keep in mind, we certainly want to celebrate Memorial Day but let’s remember those who gave everything to protect our country.

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The first 15 were given to me from an unknown author, I then reached out to friends to each send me one. Please enjoy.

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May the world find Joy in a time of dejection. May 2020 be known as the year of survival, But not only that - Let it start a revival.