Talking While Black
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:00 a.m. A’esha Goins and Derek Washington cover the local issues in Las Vegas’ Black community, as well as the importance of family and education.
“Talking While Black’s” hosts focus on Black people and the necessity of keeping Black dollars in the Black community. Topics cover race relations between Blacks, Hispanics and Whites, as well as jobs and Black business.
Every Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 a.m., Gordon Martines hosts “Open Mic,” a popular RadioTribune show. The Anti-Corruption Coalition of Nevada is the base for and theme of “Open Mic.”
Gordon Martines was a career police officer with 39 years of on-the-job experience. Past cases involving Kevin Daley, Trayvon Cole and a billion dollars worth of missing taxpayer money are discussed in depth and at length on the show.
Martines spent 12 years as a Los Angeles police officer before moving here and resuming his police career in Las Vegas, retiring from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department after 27 years of service.
The amount of corruption and cover-ups by executive officers witnessed by Martines inside the department led to his decision to contest the good ol’ boy’s club and run for Clark County Sheriff three times against what he knew were almost insurmountable odds.
“Open Mic” carries the voice the LVMPD does not want you to hear, yet it is always there, every Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 a.m. on www.radiotribune.com. Tune in!
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Face The Tribune
Face the Tribune is heard every Monday through Friday at 12 noon, hosted by Rolando Larraz.
For the last five years “Face The Tribune” has been the premier show for interviews with politicians, civil service workers, government officials and activists, and a voice for those everyday citizens who needed to air their legal grievances. The Las Vegas Tribune newspaper has been a part of the Las Vegas community for over 18 years and is the only independent newspaper in Clark County.
“Face The Tribune” was established as a voice for the people of Las Vegas and is the only news platform where judges, city councilmen, local businessmen and women, as well as Mr. or Ms. Local Citizen, can voice their opinions and share the issues that pertain to Las Vegas.
The show’s host, Rolando Larraz, has been a journalist in Clark County for over 50 years. He has been a fixture in the community and a highly respected publisher who has covered local news and events in Las Vegas since the mid-’60s.
For stories and information not available anywhere else in Las Vegas, tune into “Face The Tribune” Monday through Friday at 12:00 noon.