In this issue… Discover why The Vegas Voice is the voice for your health, wealth & good times. It’s our best edition yet!
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Two Stooges Capture the TV Screen
Publisher Dan and project manager Bill Caserta appear before the camera to explain why all seniors should read The Vegas Voice.
To watch all our other fantastic segments and interviews, visit our new sister website: vegasvoicetv.net.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
After nearly 3 years of providing TV/YouTube segments while wandering the Las Vegas Valley like Moses searching for the “promised land” The Vegas Voice finally has its permanent TV Studio.
Located in Anthem, we now have our own state-of-the-art video studio and offices.
Attending our ribbon cutting ceremony – Bill Caserta (Bill’s Blurb’s) Rana Goodman (Rana’s Rants) Publisher Dan Roberts (Scams & Senior Safety) and Evan Davis (Celebrity Corner) Photo credit – Michael Roberts.
And the Award Goes to...
There is nothing more gratifying than to be honored by your fellow senior publishers. With that humble statement, we are very proud to announce that The Vegas Voice received a total of 10 national awards from the North American Mature Publishers Association (NAMPA) last month.
Everything from General Excellence to Senior Issues to Editorials to Graphics, the judges held (and it remains our unconditional commitment) that “every issue demonstrates that The Vegas Voice is paying attention to the needs and interests of its readers.”
Publisher Dan and Entertainment Editor Evan Davis on stage before our SOLD-OUT New York New Year’s Eve dinner and show at Sun City MacDonald Ranch. What a great way to end 2021 and start a new year. Thank you Genevieve Dew and Mark Giovi for “beyond fantastic” performances.
And the best part? Just the beginning of our entertainment schedule for 2022.
The Show Does Go On!
We had to cancel our December 4th concert “Believe In The Magic Of The Holidays.” On the day before the show, the pianist (who was fully vaccinated no less) tested positive for Covid.
Under the motto, “The Show Must Go On” we were very fortunate to have Mark OToole step up and “save the day.” His one-man show “Classic Crooner Christmas” was fantastic, and the standing ovations were richly deserved.
As one audience remarked: “I will think about Mark OToole doing this for a long time. I know stories about people in show business doing wonderful things for each other, but this is beyond the pale as they say.
Please forward our compliments to Mark - our group of 6 was just floored that Mark took on this task. What a guy!
Thank You For Your Service
Cast and crew backstage before our Vegas Voice “Tribute to Our Vietnam Veterans” starring Dennis Blair and featuring Andrew Freeman and Michelle Rohl.
How good of a concert? An audience couple wrote this the next morning:
It was a wonderful tribute to our Vietnam Vets, and you have no idea how much it meant to my husband who was shunned for many years after his return. God bless you for sharing that with all of us!
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