In a French survey of travelers to countries where diarrheal illnesses are common, the people who used hand sanitizer while abroad were half as likely to have their trips spoiled by a bout with Montezuma’s revenge.
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Southern Nevadans can celebrate the acoustic alchemy of musician and acoustic instrument Saturday when the Vegas Unplugged Music Festival kicks off at the Historic Fifth Street School.
We were craving a lobster roll at the Tides Oyster Bar at Green Valley Ranch Resort, but the restaurant now is Tides Seafood & Sushi Bar, and the lobster roll is history. But the place holds promise — as soon as the kitchen staff gets a better grasp of the new menu.
There’s more than one way to make a whiskey sour. Here are five to celebrate National Whiskey Sour Day on Monday.
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai — there’s plenty of variety on Asian menus around the valley.
Happy hour at Emeril’s, a special dinner featuring French wines at Spiedini at the JW Marriott, a fundraiser and more highlight the week’s restaurant news.
A woman started an act of kindness chain that lasted for hours at a Starbucks drive-thru in Florida.
While the new SLS will have a lot to offer, its centerpiece is its restaurants, many of which reflect the Los Angeles roots of parent company SBE.
Sporting a sparkling crown, Henderson resident Matilda “Mattie” Kunz is treated as royalty as she celebrates her 100th birthday Aug. 4 at Prestige Assisted Living, 1050 E. Lake Mead Parkway.
Tucked inside Dr. Gomesindo Hendricks’ family-owned optometry office lies one of Henderson’s best-kept secrets. Glasses once owned by celebrities such as Bing Crosby, Walter Cronkite, Col. Harland Sanders and President Ronald Reagan make up the Famous People’s Eyeglasses Museum.
Children of all ages were seen walking aroundin scrubs, surgical caps and masks while carefully examining the health of their stuffed animals this month at Centennial Hills Hospital.
When the thought of cycling comes to mind, it often conjures images of muscular athletes in high-end spandex gear. However, a new mobile application is looking to change that.
Centennial Hills resident Oniana Boulware isn’t your typical 8 year old. 8-year-old. Although she keeps her sense of fashion, she also enjoys raising awareness about women’s right to education and the horrors of war.
Another fall semester, another day of incoming freshman.
The Obama administration is promising to change the way travelers can ask to be removed from its no-fly list of suspected terrorists banned from air travel.
Las Vegas offers a variety of themed and charity races throughout the year for runners of different skill sets.
Well over 100 restaurants — 140, at last count — will participate in Las Vegas Restaurant Week from Friday through Aug. 28, with special menus, discounted prices and a major boost to the budget of Three Square food bank.
Henderson residents continue to feel the aftermath of recent budget cuts to the city’s parks and recreation services.
Bill Friedman tapped 47 years researching organized crime, government and police corruption to write “All Against the Law: The Criminal Activities of the Depression Era Bank Robbers, Mafia, FBI, Politicians, & Cops.”
Grand Canyon National Park is visited by nearly 5 million people a year, and not surprisingly, many complain that it’s crowded. But you don’t have to endure that because the vast majority of those millions gaze upon the canyon from its South Rim. Those who choose the North Rim get much more elbow room.
Literary events coming this week include Ann McGinnis’ presentation to the Las Vegas Writers Group to speak on developing a fan base and poet Bridget Lowe’s visit to UNLV.
Want a book with a chunk of controversy between its pages? Of course you do, which is why you want “A Most Imperfect Union.”