Hikers and cyclists can expect to find the likes of Matt Pearson on Mount Charleston’s trails this summer. He has trekked through the Grand Canyon, scaled Machu Picchu and grew up hiking parts of the Pacific Rim Trail, making him a good fit for Mount Charleston’s trail host program.
At 15, Connie Sheldon lied to her employer and claimed to be 16. Her father dropped her off in the parking lot every weekend for work. The year was 1960, and her employer was Lloyd Katz, owner of the Huntridge Theatre.
In order to accommodate more patients and expand services, the Rape Crisis Center moved to a new location April 27.
GIRL SCOUT SEEKS HORSE EQUIPMENT FOR SILVER AWARD PROJECT
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Fremont East Studios aims to be a one-stop shop for media production in an area the studio’s director of production, Freeman White III, said could use it.
Diane Eugster has hung up her paint brushes for now to turn her creative attention to crafting eco-friendly rag dolls through her new venture, Rag Dolls Rising.
Poperazzi plans to perform the music of Italy and songs made famous by Italian Americans at the Starbright Theatre. Expect everything from rock to opera and classic Frank Sinatra tunes to the Rolling Stones, mixing years of musical tradition in a contemporary format in the 80-minute show.
Thieves came under cover of darkness May 6 and stole two metal sculptures from the entry to Nevada Ballet Theatre’s Summerlin headquarters. It’s the latest setback the NBT has experienced as of late. It is also facing nearly $500,000 in repairs due to a leaky foundation.
Summerlin resident Erica Korbel was tired of seeing usable school supplies go to waste, so she started Students United in Recycling School Supplies to gather items for the Nevada Parternship for Homeless Youth.