A vacation doesn’t feel like much of a getaway if your kids are still whining, crying and clinging to you 24/7. Thankfully, it’s possible to get a babysitter when you’re on vacation. Here’s how to make it work
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Six-year-old Matthew Parker needed a new kidney. His elementary school teacher, Lindsey Painter, gave him one.
Sewer work along Rampart Boulevard north of Summerlin Parkway is winding down, but motorists who think they can breathe a sigh of relief are mistaken. The city of Las Vegas Public Works Department is closing one phase of the Rampart Sewer Installation Project and immediately starting another.
For these students, the science experiments, dance lessons, drum circles, martial arts demonstrations or field trips to national parks wouldn’t be possible without the After-School All-Stars.
While both celiac disease and hypothyroidism are not curable, they are manageable with the proper diet.
From flight attendants, baggage handlers and pilots to food and beverage workers, all employees connected to McCarran International Airport can pay to have access to the center.
Think of your hands and all you do with them. Now, think of experiencing pain in your hand every day. That’s what it’s like to have carpal tunnel.
Machete-wielding assailants hacked to death an American critic of religious extremism in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka, in the latest of a series of attacks on writers who support freethinking values in the Muslim-majority nation.
Usually dumping metal into the ocean is a bad thing, but for once throwing disused items into the sea is working out for the greater good.
Experienced wildflower watchers know that you find some flowers in some places every year. You have to follow the water.
Chefs for Kids presented awards and served up a fun benefit Feb. 21 to support its nutrition program for children in “high needs” schools in the Clark County School District.
In the swirling mystery of human sexuality, there is a line between profound, ecstatic intimacy and disturbing pathology. I’m not in the business of deciding where that line is for you. But there is a line. And observing and investigating that line is an important exercise.
After several upsetting culture clashes with local commercial funeral homes, a long-time local doctor is leading an effort to develop the valley’s first Muslim cemetery near a mosque and Islamic school a few miles south of McCarran International Airport.
Pope Francis launched a fresh attack on economic injustice on Saturday, condemning the “throw-away culture” of globalization and calling for new ways of thinking about poverty, welfare, employment and society.
Millennials, armed with the latest data on decor and a passion for personalization of their ideas, are swarming into the home marketplace. It’s turned designers from contractors into collaborators as the latest generation rolls up its sleeves to play a larger part in defining its world, from chair fabrics to carbon footprints.
In my efforts to simplify and clean up in this new year, I put my old garden table and chairs in the trash. They’re over 15 years old and are literally falling apart.
Our homes are sacred places where we restore and reinvigorate ourselves. I’ve found that for a home to fill you to the brim, it needs to be a place where you feel fully yourself. They key to creating a haven is to thoughtfully decorate so your spaces reflect your unique personality, passions and lifestyle.
Just like people and pets, trees get sick.
Q: I planted a 5-gallon Arizona rosewood a year ago against a wall for visual screening. How and when should I prune it?
Tired of waiting for that honey-do list to get done? Consider hiring a handyman instead to tie up all those loose ends around your house. Just make sure to follow these five tips:
Pungent aromas link plants from the world’s driest regions. This is not the feminine floral essence, but a powerful scent often musky and acrid, carried in the rich oils that are shared by arid zone species.
Nursery rhymes may not make sense to the 21st-century child. What’s the tuffet that Little Miss Muffet sat on when the first copies of the rhyme appeared in England in 1553? A chair, a stool, a plant, a stone or maybe a small animal?