2021 has arrived and I am delighted to usher in the new year by writing my first letter to the Las Vegas LGBTQ+ community as the editor of Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine. We have closed the door on one of the most chall
In 2020, the PRIDE OUTside Hikes have been the only in-person events hosted by Las Vegas PRIDE. These events are able to be conducted with proper health and safety precautions and are outdoor events.
The founder and CEO of Sum of Us Festival – the first wellness festival for the womxn, trans, and gender non-conforming communities, spoke with Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine about their transition to virtual events during the pandemic.
You have to get up pretty early in the morning to get a jump on Keyska Diva. Already a six-time titleholder, Keyska visited Las Vegas for the first time in 2006. Three months later, she pulled up stakes in Texas and made the Las Vegas valley her home.
The Mx. Native UNLV Pageant was introduced in 2018 by the Native American Student Association (NASA) to provide a platform for Indigenous leaders to enact meaningful change and advocate for issues important to them.
PRIDE Magazine caught up with infectious disease and immunization expert Dr. Christina Madison to gain a deeper understanding of Nevada’s vaccination program and process.
America’s outstanding credit card debt topped $930 billion in 2019, according to the statistics from the Federal Reserve. On a practical level, the average indebted household owes more than $8,000, the highest amount since the start of the Great Recession.
The cultural, historical, and community impact of LGBTQ+ bars (gay bars) cannot be overstated. As the COVID-19 global pandemic has left us isolated, thick in the thighs, and more anxious than ever, we are issuing a call to action: Save Our Bars.
The first and largest multi-fandom event for LGBTQ+ women and allies, ClexaCon, brings together thousands of diverse LGBTQ+ fans and content creators from around the globe in Las Vegas to celebrate positive representation in media.
As Latoya Holman dares to have a vision and dreams for Nevadans and for our country in 2021, she is filled with energy, focus, and hope. Her vision for all of us? To embrace respect, learn with openness, focus on common ground, have empathy for others, and collaborate like our future depends on it.