Western communities celebrate the joys of winter with festivals, athletic events and a very famous cowboy poetry showcase.
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Art, nature, food, history — it could take a month, a year or even a lifetime to drink in everything Scottsdale, Ariz., has to offer. But three or four days may be enough for a memorable sip.
Corinne Entratter Sidney has had a lifelong love of fashion — and a collection to boot. With help from experts at UNLV, 800 pieces, including some from her late husband, director George Sidney, are being divided into collections and offered to new homes, such museums.
The 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Banquet Jan. 17 at The Orleans posed the question: “Living The Dream: Where Do We Go From Here?”
Sign-ups have mostly run smoothly in the current open-enrollment session, but some of Nevada’s most vulnerable citizens still face issues getting covered.
With Christmas services in the rearview mirror and many New Year’s resolutions already broken, church attendance might seem a likely target for seasonal lethargy come January. But local churches keep up the pace to convince people to be year-round parishioners.
Paul Meacham was the first African-American to serve as president in the Nevada System of Higher Education, serving nine years at CSN. Because of his long list of achievements, he is expected to be recognized Friday with the Student Services Building on the West Charleston Campus being named for him.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with ethnic restaurants this week.
There’s a problem with the way AT&T sends out customer alerts via text message: They’re too easy to mimic.
One in five Americans has hidden a purchase of $500 or more from their significant other, according to a new study from CreditCards.com. And an estimated 7.2 million Americans have a bank account or credit card that their spouse doesn’t know about.
If you’re flying on a Boeing 777 Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to Los Angeles on any given day, there’s a one in 4,068,434 chance that your plane will crash. At least that’s what a new app called “Am I Going Down?” says.
While the ban was in effect, Las Vegas restaurants saw quite a few visitors from the Golden State who were hungering for the delicacy, which is the enlarged liver of ducks or geese. But restaurateurs don’t expect a huge drop in sales now that a federal judge lifted the ban.
Just because you’re a renter doesn’t mean you need to settle for bland, boring decor. You can make more of your space in an inexpensive yet trendy way.
Once again, I find myself seeing something three ways at once. And it’s not because I’m wishy-washy. It’s because I think each view is true.
Here are charitable events planned in Southern Nevada this week.
Because most early cultures left no written record, we have gleaned much of what we know of them from the ruins, relics and artifacts they left behind.
As George Harrison sang in 1970, “All things must pass …” and so it is with my involvement as the author of this column. After nine years and 234 consecutively published columns in this space, I am hanging up my Green Living keyboard.
Metallic finishes can add an instant pop of color, as well as elegance and glam, to any decor.
My home has long been a part of the Ottoman Empire. I was conquered years ago when I starting dreaming of all the ways I could use these small but mighty pieces of furniture in my home to add style and function. Here are the top three ways you can use an ottoman to enhance your interior spaces.
A secondary kitchen in the home can really cater to entertaining needs. Featuring warming ovens, additional countertops for food preparation and extra refrigeration, a catering kitchen keeps a meal’s mess out of the main kitchen, where most parties eventually end up taking place.
As the new year kicks into full swing, the design community is rife with talk about what’s “trending.” That’s design- speak for what looks are “hot” (both old and new) and which are expected to become a trend because, though more subtle than fashion trends, home trends do change from year to year.
Q: I noticed that woodpeckers attacked our palo verde tree. There are probably 60 holes around the truck and main limbs. The sap is running even though the holes are just under the surface, not deep. Any advice on how to prevent further damage and do you think this can eventually kill the tree?
With all those newly delivered, luscious seed catalogs staring us in the face, what are we going to do with them? For many, the answer is not much. They’re nice to look at, but we never get around to buying anything. Yet even if that’s all you do, there’s a wealth of information between the covers.
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