Introducing Articles In This Issue
"The Magazine" is growing. We have added more arcticles and advertisements - eight more pages in this issue - a total of 40 - plus the glossy cover. We hope you will enjoy the additional copy as well as the continuing favorites.
Of course please take note of our advertisers. They are the backbone of The Magazine. Stop by their businesses and help us say thank you.
Also, our Real Estate section should not be missed. Still under the name of the Boulder City Home Guide, our real estate section includes all of the offices in Boulder City plus many individual agents.
Find the home of your dreams and make a down payment.
Boulder City Chamber of Commerce
I was here when it started, so I should know what it's all about, shouldn't I? I am talking about the Chamber of Commerce Spring Jamboree we are featuring this month.
The Spring Jamboree has passed the quarter century mark. The fun and activities it provides is best explained in pictures - thanks to our Art Director there is a plethora of photos to invite you to come join the party.
I've kept the words to a minimum, but find what you need on the Spring Jam schedule.
SkyDive Las Vegas
No chickens here - Just Eagles
Do you believe it? The guy jumped out of the damn plane!
I went to the airport to do an interview for Spotlight on Business and took our Art Director, Brad Appleby, along to take the pictures. What does he do? He accepts the offer to take a jump.
"Me? Not likely. I was in a flight crew in the Navy, but I always figured I'd go down with the plane.
Read Spotlight on Business, and read Brad's story about his jump next month. Try it you may like it.
Try the Tunnel Walk
No, it's not a dance. It's an enjoyable exercise - its called walking.
Walking through the old railroad tunnel may not be new, but if you haven't walked it recently, you will find something more than the Railroad Tunnel Trail
Atomic Testing Museum
A chat with Bill Johnson and a tour with Maggie Smith brings to light much of what will be happening during the next several months at the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation's Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas.
This Editor's personal experiences on the roof tops of Las Vegas watching the mushroom clouds in the sky in the 1950's, plus test site experiences in the 60's, made Smith's tour about what's to come at the new museum very exciting.