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Editor’s Note

The depth and scope of the cultural landscape, creativity, and community in Las Vegas continue to amaze me. Talent permeates the terrain, and not just mainstream or on the Strip but locally, with upcoming artists in all genres. Throughout Southern Nevada, there is something for everyone every night of the week. Communication, entertainment, and connection […]

Story Debbie Hall and emwebadmin

December, 2019

The depth and scope of the cultural landscape, creativity, and community in Las Vegas continue to amaze me. Talent permeates the terrain, and not just mainstream or on the Strip but locally, with upcoming artists in all genres. Throughout Southern Nevada, there is something for everyone every night of the week. Communication, entertainment, and connection are prevalent, even without the holiday angle.

Speaking of holidays, Las Vegas does take this time of the month very seriously in celebrations. It began with Halloween, continued through November, and now explodes this month. Inventive, original, and imaginative describe the decorations, parties, gifts, themes, and dinners. Generosity is abundant in giving, volunteering, and sharing with others. Interfaith groups host a multicultural event on December 23, inviting all, including earth-based religions, atheists, and all others, to celebrate diversity.

Conventions add to the excitement with MJBizCon coming to Vegas in December. The parties, awards, networking, and camaraderie bring the city to a new high. Our western roots come to life with the National Finals Rodeo and Cowboy Christmas heightening our country flavor.

While there is no snow in the valley, drive north for about 45 minutes and play in the winter wonderland of Mount Charleston and Lee Canyon. If ice is your thing, you can find skating rinks all over the city. Of course, you can also cheer on the Vegas Golden Knights.

Thank you for sharing the happiness that is a part of Sensi magazine. Happy holidays to those who celebrate. I wish all the best life has to offer to everyone now and in the coming year.

Debbie Hall

debbie.hall@sensimag.com

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