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Puzzles for View, Nov. 19, 2015, editions.
Turtlenecks come as a big surprise this fall. Not because it's a new style, but because they're the big trend nobody anticipated.
Cornish Pasty Co. is moving to a bigger and better location in the Downtown Arts District.
The well-dressed 15-month-old boy played with a bright yellow balloon without realizing his life — and even his name —were about to change forever.
In an effort to expand its global reach, YouTube announced a set of new tools Thursday to help translate the titles and descriptions of its vast trove of videos into multiple languages.
The Downtown Crown Pub — a sister property to the venerable Crown & Anchor British Pub on East Tropicana Avenue and the newer Little Crown & Anchor on Spring Mountain Road — is expected to open in December in the former Bar + Bistro
History doesn't last long in Southern Nevada. It's imploded and rebuilt. A rare exception to that rule will be celebrated Saturday in downtown Henderson when the Gold Mine Tavern marks its 50th anniversary.
Allegiant Air is using its ability to react quickly to competitive moves to build new routes on the East Coast in a strategy that eventually will allow it to expand its Las Vegas market.
Cheers Bar, which for decades has been at 1220 E. Harmon Ave., will close its doors that evening with the retirement of owner John McCarthy.
As issues from marriage to health care and bathroom rights for transgender people have been brought to the national spotlight in recent months, members of the Las Vegas community hope to celebrate the valley’s annual TransPride week in record numbers.
Forget your two front teeth. How about wanting something more substantial, something more appearance-altering than a few measly teeth, for Christmas? A nose job. An eyelid redo. A jab of Botox in the right place. It's not an outlandish notion.
Thanksgiving, like most everything else, is different in Las Vegas. Restaurants in other places tend to close on major holidays, but that's not the case here.
Years ago, I asked my extended family to put an end to our annual holiday gift exchange — but not because I’m a Grinch. In fact, I love getting presents. But I didn't like how we were having to spend time and money buying gifts for each other that we really didn't need or, in some cases, want.
With his elbows pressed against his stomach and his forearms stretched out in front of him, Jason Hanson's wrists are wrapped once, twice, three times with duct tape.
According to legend, drinking or dipping into the Fountain of Youth will get rid of wrinkles, thinning hair, and turkey neck. This mystical water has led men on missions and voyages dating back to the 5th century BC. But so far, it has eluded us.
Oxford Dictionaries' 2015 word of the year is difficult to pronounce. Because it has no letters. It is a cartoon yellow face, shedding two giant tears.
The question I've been asked most frequently about Firerock Steakhouse is if they serve dishes cooked on rocks, and the answer is no.
What makes people so loyal to Apple or Android products?
By now, you've probably seen this video — the one posted on YouTube last week by James Wright titled, "My Review On Patti LaBelle sweet potato pie review. Well, here's how to get that pie.
Tragic events such as the terror attacks in Paris on Friday and the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2013 provoke fear, anger and myriad other emotions in people around the world.
For the fifth consecutive year, Southern Hills Medical Center in Las Vegas has made the list of top performing hospitals compiled by the independent agency that accredits the most U.S. health care organizations.
Doing small things in times of tragedy can help us to process our feelings, creating ripples that even may extend beyond ourselves.