Experts In The News

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
December 29, 2022

After a post-Thanksgiving spike this month, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and across the state continue to decline, new state data shows.
December 28, 2022

Preeminent Nevada attorney Samuel “Sam” Lionel passed away on Friday at the age of 103. He was remembered this week as the dean of the Nevada bar.

Las Vegas Review Journal
December 28, 2022

After a post-Thanksgiving spike this month, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and statewide continue to decline, new state data shows.

Travel Weekly
December 27, 2022

It's no surprise that Las Vegas tops the list of specific locations leisure travelers are most excited to visit in 2023, according to a survey released this month by Morning Consult, a decision intelligence company.

The Points Guy
December 27, 2022

This summer, as I sat on the tarmac at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and prepared to take off on JetBlue’s inaugural flight from New England to London, the pilot came over the intercom with news of a brief delay; but it was good news.

Sports Broadcast Journal
December 26, 2022

In August 2022, Jon Weisman, who has written beautiful essays on Vin Scully for his DodgerThoughts blog and book 100 Things Dodgers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die, wrote, “I didn’t know when it was coming, but I knew it was coming.” He mentioned how Scully played no role, not even a voiceover video, when the club retired the number of Gil Hodges upon his election to the Baseball Hall of Fame—an election that Scully long had championed. When Weisman cried, as so many of us did, he said, “Good Lord, Vin has been there my whole waking life.”

Financial Times
December 26, 2022

The investment bank B Riley is so determined to persuade the troubled bitcoin miner Core Scientific to avoid filing for bankruptcy that it has offered as much as $72mn in fresh financing to keep the company from seeking a court-supervised Chapter 11 restructuring.

December 23, 2022

As an annual tradition of WAC, the selected books examine various topics ranging from the reuse substantial amounts of existing materials, an uncovered beauty of pools, the changing nature of workplaces to a dazzling world of modern video games and a selection of paradigmatic projects exploring synthetic-vernacular architecture in Africa.