President Donald Trump has single-handedly made fake news a daily topic and important issue in journalism. But it is a serious charge against journalists and organizations, and affects their reputation, credibility, and reliability. Dale Forbis of Learfield Communications kicks off discussion about this on Simon Says.
This is the second episode on Simon Says featuring Las Vegas travel tips for newbies, this time focusing downtown on Fremont Street.
Jay Kersting is a veteran of guest services and marketing for Las Vegas casinos and resorts, and has the answers you need for travel. Jay Kersting returns as our expert and I will also add my experience as a frequent Las Vegas Fremont Street just over the years, starting in 1978. The Fremont St. Experience in Downtown Las Vegas continues to evolve as a go-to destination as an alternative for millions for something to do beside go to the famous Las Vegas Strip.
At the exact time one year ago from the time and date this episode is published, 10:15 a.m. PDT on September 8, 2018, I had one foot through death’s door, and today, I tell my story leading up to what happened that day which will remind me and haunt me forever.
I am telling this story as a narration of my life, events, and things on my mind leading up to that fateful day.
On Labor Day 2019, Simon Says focuses on the effort in Missouri where politicians from both major parties are working together to grow business and labor, instead of partisan bickering we hear too often.
Journalists are becoming bigger than the stories they are assigned to report, but not in a good way. Their image is judged by viewers by how they act doing their jobs. Too many journalists want to become the story and not report the story.
Essential oils have proven healing power and is an important wellness plan for many people. Jay Kersting and his wife Kathy are Wellness Consultants for DoTerra Essential Oils, and Jay will share his first-hand story how using essential oils not only had healing power for him, it was powerful enough to make him want to be an essential oils wellness advocate
Jay Kersting, who was part of the announcement a few weeks ago debuting Simon Says, will be a regular contributor with tips for travelers choosing Las Vegas as a vacation destination. Simon Says starts this series for the novices – those who have never been to Las Vegas, or maybe just one short trip and didn’t get to do everything Vegas has to offer.
August 9, 2018 is the four-year anniversary of the unrest and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, after 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in a struggle with then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Paul Brown grew up in Ferguson. He saw the rioting first-hand. Paul is a news writer and reporter, having worked in television, radio and newspaper journalism for 38 years and will share what life is like today in this now well-known but still controversial community.
August 9, 2018 is the four-year anniversary of the unrest and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, after 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in a struggle with then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Darren Wilson.
A tiny percentage knew anything about Ferguson, Missouri until that day. The whole world soon knew about this small St. Louis suburban city. Nick Kasoff is a Ferguson resident and businessman. He witnessed the rioting first-hand. Nick already was involved with Ferguson issues but was an activist when a new City Charter was written.
Simon Says will air two episodes on August 9, 2018, the four year anniversary of the Michael Brown shooting by police, resulting in riots seen around the world