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March 16, 2018

Experts say, you are more likely to get where you’re going if you know what you want to achieve. I’m taking a course that asks participants to set three concrete goals for their website/blogs. It’s called branding and everyone in business knows exactly what that means, even when it seems an impossible target to hit…. Read More ›

ONE ROOF PUBLISHING

HELP!

I do a lot of free online meetings, mostly about blogging and site building. Invariably the topic of SEO comes up (Search Engine Optimization). Let us pretend I know what that entails. Let us pretend I know what that even means. So, what does it take to make a website stand out from all the… Read More ›

BLIND CURVE

Apologies!

If you received a complimentary copy of Blind Curve or purchased a copy, it will be replaced! I just found out that somehow lines are missing from pages, leaving readers a bit puzzled and probably a whole lot dissatisfied. I reviewed the text I sent in and it is all there. I don’t know what… Read More ›

BLIND CURVE

Blind Curve Excerpt

We strode down the dank second floor hallway of Framington Apartments. Hard rock pulsed beyond the flimsy door of Unit 233, our destination. Yelled curses added to the racket. As first on scene, I stepped forward to knock. Ramirez pushed me aside and banged hard on the flimsy door. “Police! Open up!” The yelling stopped. The music didn’t…. Read More ›

What makes Las Vegas special?

I’ve been giving this a lot of thought, especially since I have accepted an assignment to write an article about that very thing. Face it, if you live here you are in one of two camps: There’s nothing special about Las Vegas! There’s everything special about Las Vegas! What I want to know, is what… Read More ›

Range Cafe Las Vegas, NM

The Range Café at the Plaza

Ordinary food done extraordinarily well From the website: The original Range Café was started in 1992 by Tom Fenton and Matt DiGregory in Bernalillo, N.M., in a funky, 56-seat former gas station. In 1995 the original building was destroyed by a devastating fire. In 1996 the Range Café opened in its current location and has… Read More ›

Tim Hagaman

Outlaws at Jan. 27 Saturday @ the Museum

Featuring actor and writer Tim Hagaman Tim Hagaman describes himself as an actor, writer and speaker, cultural economic development promoter, and film historian. He grew up in the mid-west and attributes a lifetime of experiences to his love for history and the great outdoors. “Raised a Midwesterner from Peoria and now 26 years living in… Read More ›

Henrietta Martinez Christmas

Four to be honored at annual banquet

LVCCHP celebrates 41 years of service  Award winning author Henrietta Martinez Christmas will be the guest speaker at the annual Las Vegas Citizens’ Committee for Historic Preservation banquet on Saturday, Jan. 27, at Charlie’s Event Center on Douglas Avenue. Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner begins at 6 p.m. Christmas is a respected historical researcher… Read More ›

CSR Survey

Doing the right thing matters

(NewsUSA) – Equal pay for equal work tops the list of concerns expressed by respondents for Aflac’s third annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) survey. Consumers and investment professionals were asked what companies can and cannot do while claiming to be socially responsible. The survey touched upon issues such as environmental pollution, recalling defective products, charitable… Read More ›

Futures fundamentals

Futures for All – Online resources

(NewsUSA) – Did you think about futures markets when you ate your breakfast this morning? How about when you filled up your car with gas? Or paid your mortgage? You might not even know what derivatives are, but the fact is that the economy wouldn’t work without them. When banks need to determine how many… Read More ›

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