There’s more than one way to make a whiskey sour. Here are five to celebrate National Whiskey Sour Day on Monday.
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They typically wear plain clothing with nothing as fancy as a button or a zipper, travel by horse-drawn buggy and shun modern conveniences like electricity, but the negative portrayal of Amish people in television shows like “Breaking Amish” and “Amish Mafia” is inaccurate in some eyes.
For more than 20 years, the largest Catholic church in Las Vegas has gone largely unnoticed by the valley’s nearly 650,000 Catholics.
Eureka has a lot of history behind it but is also a hub for its county’s residents.
Trust isn’t something we learn. Trust is something we risk. Or don’t risk.
The 19th annual Nevada Broadcasters Association’s gala was held at the Four Seasons Hotel and 35 people were inducted into its Hall of Fame.
This week, we help a consumer who’s essentially starting the buying process from scratch after her workplace disappeared.
Here are some different points to consider that can help you determine if you still need life insurance in retirement.
Las Vegas residents who were present during the Beatles’ trip to town in 1964 all have memories of what they saw. Here are a few accounts:
When The Beatles came to Las Vegas on Aug. 20, 1964, to play the Las Vegas Convention Center, it was an epic event, both for those lucky enough to be there and those who just happened to be close enough to experience a bit of history.
Start with a margarita and end with a sopapilla. But if you’re not sure where to go, here are a dozen suggestions to satisfy your south-of-the-border tastes.
You probably know some of the signs that can signal the onset of diabetes, such as a pot belly or losing feeling in lower extremities. But there are other signs to watch out for: lethargy, thirst and dry, itchy skin.
Working with wood comes naturally to New York interior designer Dan Faires. He grew up in an old farmhouse and has been developing his carpentry skills for much of his life.
When choosing a focal point for a room, designers and homeowners alike often plan for a single feature — windows, TVs, artwork, or fireplaces — to take center stage. However, the explosion of flat-screen TVs for every room in the home has created a debate: Can you really have more than one focal point?
It’s hard to talk about design trends without mentioning open floor plans, which have officially replaced granite countertops as a national obsession. But what do they mean for renters? These days, many apartment buildings have responded to open-plan demand by slyly combining the kitchen, living room and dining room into one small space.
Q: I’ve begun my almond harvest and have found black substance on the inside of some of them. It is almost like soot. Do you know what it is and is it toxic? Should I wash it off or throw them out?
The other day I dropped off a housewarming gift at a friend’s new house. After an almost yearlong renovation, she and her family were finally moving in.
Dear Heloise: I recently moved to a house with cultured marble counters. How do I take care of them? I don’t want to do anything damaging without knowing. Thanks for your help! — Mark in Wisconsin
“I fell off my pink cloud with a thud.” — Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011), actress
Wave after wave of scent has filled the air since my garden awakened in spring. Most prominent have been the aromas from daffodil blossoms, plum, flowering currant and now dame’s rocket, pinks and roses.
Sassy but soft, coral, the big-girl version of pink, is turning heads and winning hearts in the decorating world. Since the first time I saw a dining room done completely in coral, this sugar-and-spice tone has tugged at my heart.
Q: We recently moved into a new house and need to install a washer and dryer. We have a gas dryer and there is a pipe with a cap on it coming out of the wall. Where do I start?