When you have kids, traveling is difficult. While it might be faster to fly somewhere, flights are expensive, and they mean more time confined in one place. While driving may be a good solution financially, it’s also overwhelming to think about spending that much time in a car with kids. Here are some ideas to make traveling with your kids something to look forward to.
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Whether you’re in the mood for a new explosion to the taste buds or a familiar flavor, Mint Indian Bistro has you covered.
In 2012, Metro Pizza expanded it’s Las Vegas Valley pizza kingdom to the northwest, where it has staked a claim in the neighborhood near the 215 Beltway and Sky Pointe Drive.
Sonio’s Cafe is a blink-and-you-miss-it type of place. Tucked inside a nondescript strip mall at Charleston and Valley View boulevards, this neighborhood gem makes up in charm and flavor what it lacks in ambience.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Graco has been fined up to $10 million for failing to alert the public in a timely manner about defects in more than 4 million car seats, federal regulators said Friday.
Las Vegas is a popular spring break destination for couples, families and groups of friends. In fact, Sin City is predicted to be one of the top vacation spots for spring this year, reports the Los Angeles Times. Due to the warm weather, variety of activities and endless entertainment options, it’s easy to see why.
Tesla Motors Inc will soon offer upgrades including hands-free steering on its Model S sedan, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Thursday, but the news did not help the electric carmaker’s volatile shares which fell more than 2 percent.
People gathered at Zappos’ corporate headquarters in downtown Las Vegas to build cardboard boats in advance of the third annual Pirate Fest.
A little girl with a big heart is sharing an even bigger message with the world — she believes a simple act of kindness can go a long, long way.
The problem with being a modern parent is that everyone seems to have an opinion on how to do it. Within five minutes online, you may feel as though you’ve doomed your kids to disease, death or endless years of therapy.
There’s lots of charity news in Las Vegas Friday. Let’s start with the 2nd Annual A Games. It’s a fundraiser billed as an “X Games”-style event for children on the autism spectrum.
Not only does breastfeeding have clear short-term benefits, such as protection from infectious diseases and a reduction in mortality, it’s also been shown to be associated with an increase in intelligence.
State and federal health officials have launched an investigation after a worker at Zion National Park tested positive for tuberculosis.
Summerlin-area resident Jerome Pinckney knew what it was like to grow up without a father. A volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada for 11 years, the 70-year-old was matched with West Career and Technical Academy student Zane Boykin when Zane was 7. Zane is now 18, and his friendship with Jerome is still going strong.
When Miles Farlow and Michael Gutierrez stopped on a busy highway to assist a North Las Vegas motorcycle officer struck by a hit-and-run motorist, they didn’t think twice about their actions.
Sporting a crown of flowers, Henderson resident Lily Koch Fletcher was treated like royalty as she celebrated her 100th birthday March 7 at Sunset Station, 1301 W. Sunset Road.
From dancing to singing, Las Vegas resident John Rothman’s creative wheel is always turning.
The room was full of red sweaters, coats and outfits as Women Enlightened presented We Wear Red! Feb. 27 at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, 657 N. Town Center Drive. This day, it focused on how heart attacks in women differ from their male counterparts.
It began as a community event to celebrate the start of spring, but after realizing the urgent need for foster families in the community, Ward 6 Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Ross partnered with Clark County in a foster and adoption information event.
Members of the Henderson Bridge Club mingle before an afternoon game by telling jokes and sharing stories.
A Chevalier Investiture was held March 1 to honor Richard P. Hunker of Dhahran Lodge and Buzz D. Ingram and Arthur W. Cozad III , both Henderson DeMolay Chapter advisers. The honor is a citation for outstanding and marked service to the Order of DeMolay and a unanimous vote of the International Supreme Council of The Order of DeMolay is required.
Take one part “Where’s Waldo,” mix in liberal doses of “Dr. Who” and “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” sprinkle in comic book-style illustrations and you’ve got “The Tall Tales of Talbot Toluca: Quest for the Ore Crystals.”