Sporting a sparkling crown, Henderson resident Matilda “Mattie” Kunz is treated as royalty as she celebrates her 100th birthday Aug. 4 at Prestige Assisted Living, 1050 E. Lake Mead Parkway.
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As a final goodbye to the home he shared with his now-deceased wife, Ben Nunery touchingly recreated some of the couple’s wedding day photos with his daughter, Olivia.
For parents who want to squeeze in one last family outing before Christmas, the first Jingle Bell Block celebration downtown and Springs Preserve are two options.
Listen up, kids. You’ve only got a few days left to see Santa.
Carly Kerby, a mom of four girls, doesn’t have the greatest track record as the Tooth Fairy, but it was another family tradition that nearly did her in: The Elf on the Shelf.
Sitting at a work table in her Henderson home, Janet Brewer glues strips of green paper onto a blank, white card.
The weather wasn’t too frightful for the city of Henderson’s WinterFest Dec. 12-14 in the city’s Water Street District. The theme of this year’s festival was “An Old-Fashioned Christmas Delight.”
Sometimes, the angels are called home.
In fine Suessian tradition the origins of the Whos’ Who-roast beast remain a mystery, and sometimes such things are for the best. For all of us who aren’t of the Who persuasion, however, the Christmas beast tends to be defined by tradition.
Thousands of Nevadans who have been out of work, some longer than a year, have reason to feel unsettled going into the holidays as federal funding for long-term jobless benefits are scheduled to expire a few days after Christmas.
Most kids don’t like getting glasses. Noah’s mom figured out how to make it fun.
After years of serving people who are battling homelessness or food insecurity, the Friends in the Desert Foundation has gotten a glimpse of the population it serves. A study conducted by UNLV students looked at the organization, which offers a hot meal to those in need, and was able to identify its demographics.
It has a long way to go before it reaches the secular awareness of the holiday it precedes. But Advent, the four-week period of pre-Christmas spiritual preparation observed by many Christians, is starting to make its own secular mark, too.
With the possible exceptions of turkey dinners and the Detroit Lions playing on TV, there’s nothing that says “all-American Thanksgiving” more definitively than a child’s hand turkey hanging on the refrigerator.
A father sends his little boy down a hill and into imminent failure on his balance bike. There’s got to be a leason learned here.
It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event that might just rank up there with the return of Halley’s Comet, Super Bowl III or the Apollo 11 moonwalk.
The arrival of the Christmas holiday season never fails to bring with it all sorts of visible changes to Southern Nevada. Don’t miss these spectacles in your holiday travels.
Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee was surrounded by Captain America, Nick Fury, Iron Man and Thor. But only Lee could bring life to the party.
On Tuesday, Amie Pellegrini posted on Facebook that she would have to close her unique downtown Las Vegas bicycle shop, Town Bike. But Pellegrini sold 10 bicycles in less than 24 hours and will stay in business.
In a shift in attitude, most young people now say it’s wrong to use racist or sexist slurs online, even if you’re just kidding. But when they see them, they don’t take much personal offense.
Today’s kids can’t keep up with their parents. An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don’t run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.
With the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the city of San Francisco, 5-year-old Miles Scott, aka Batkid, will rescue a woman from cable car tracks and capture the evil Riddler as he robs a downtown bank.
An Ohio cancer patient has died less than three weeks after attending his daughter’s wedding on a gurney to fulfill his promise to walk her down the aisle.