I covered the Vegas shooting extensively as I was both a Vegas local and I felt that the story has way more to it than the mainstream is letting on. The fact that every statement the police and Sheriff Lombardo put out has been proven false and the story keeps getting shadier, it's important to … Continue reading Interesting Video on the Vegas Shooter Story that Continues to Unfold
As a Las Vegan living out of state, it’s always upset me that I never had any hometown sports teams to represent. For years, I’ve always wanted a football, baseball or hockey team, and in the past year my city finally got one of those. The Las Vegas Golden Knights are the city’s first official … Continue reading The Las Vegas Golden Knights Are Proving to be a Solid Team
This blog is an interesting case, as the more time passes from the horrible shooting in Las Vegas, it seems that the situation becomes less clear. Unlike tragedies like the Boston Bombing and the Pulse Night Club shooting, the more we learn of the shooter the stranger the motives seem. For an old man with … Continue reading Is There More to the Vegas Shooting?
As a third generation native from Las Vegas, Nevada, it’s hard to describe how devastating it was to see this morning’s events unfold. I had to rely solely on mainstream outlets and local Twitter accounts to inform me of the tragedy that was taking place in my city, and the more I watched and read, … Continue reading What to Take Away From the Shooting in Vegas
This past week, I took a family vacation to my hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. I always find it difficult explaining to people that I’m from there, as everybody associates the city with debauchery, vice fulfillment, California transplants, and horrible reality television shows. After spending some time gushing about all of my favorite things about … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons Why Las Vegas is My Favorite City