As an avid walker, Jilly Yimek constantly combs websites and the newspaper calendars for events where she can strut her stuff for a stronger body and healthier heart. She didn’t realize she was also getting a stronger sense of community and self along with leaner muscles.
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Microsoft Corp on Wednesday announced a free update to its Windows operating system that lets users take photos and edit content in three dimensions.
Women play an important role in household financial decisions, research shows, but the financial services industry has been slow to cater to them.
Mormon leaders are telling gay and lesbian members in a new website launched Tuesday that attraction to people of the same-sex isn’t a sin or a measure of their faithfulness, but reminding them that acting on those feelings by having sex violates fundamental doctrinal beliefs that will not change.
What do you do when you’ve spent much of your adult life carrying a gun, keeping secrets and learning the survival skills designed to keep you alive in hostile territory from Kabul to Bogota? You spill all those secrets on a stage in Las Vegas.
Bruce Borgos, a 50-year Nevada resident, began researching his first novel more than 15 years ago. He was intrigued by newsstories about Nevada ranchers like Cliff Gardner who were fighting federal control. When an armed standoff erupted betweencattlemen and the BLM in 2014, Borgos reworked his work-in-progress to reflect current events. The result was “Holding Fire.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
The Family, Fur & Fun Festival brought families and their four-legged friends together Oct. 15 at Exploration Park, 9600 S. Buffalo Drive, in Mountain’s Edge.
You’re having a bad hair day. You feel fat in those jeans. And you’ll never complain again, once you’ve read “Ugly” by Robert Hoge.
Shop a little, scare a little at Town Square