Las Vegas-based Linda Lou is a Guinness-drinking humor writer, spirited blogger, and occasional stand-up comic. Her memoir, Bastard Husband: A Love Story, chronicles her experience starting over in Sin City after a mid-life divorce, threaded with reflections on the relationship that led her there. In addition, she has had numerous personal essays published in anthologies including Chicken Soup for the Soul: Divorce and Recovery. Linda speaks frequently about writing, the creative process and topics related to the empowerment of women over 40.
James Zeluff, MD I, too, am a patient of Dr. Zeluff’s and I’ve referred several of my friends who were just as happy with him as I am. His practice is limited to GYN (he doesn’t accept OB patients), which
Kimberli Lopez, Tonic Salon A few of the younger women I work with look fabulously chic, thanks to Kimberli Lopez. No pun intended, but her cutting edge approach to color and style results in a look that’s hipper than thou.
Erica Rosenthal at the JC Penney Salon I believe it was the actress Molly Shannon who once said, “I was born with three hairs on my head and I’ve spent my entire life trying to make them look like five.”
I landed in Las Vegas following a midlife divorce. I hadn’t researched the area much beforehand and settled in the Green Valley section of town only because I found a really cool apartment there. At the time, I had no
There’s a line of thinking that says women become invisible as they reach middle age, as if the world stops seeing them as part of humanity. There's also a popular notion that Las Vegas is a playground for the young