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So you’ve had it with all this stadium and arena talk in and around Las Vegas. Who’s in? Who’s out? We know that soccer is in after the Las Vegas City Council approved a new stadium, provided that major-league soccer awards a franchise to Las Vegas.
If you’re looking for an authentic Vietnamese dining experience but can’t afford a plane ticket, a trip to Pho MaiLan is in your future.
Although the interior of chef Brian Massie’s Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar offers a rustic appeal, the items found on the menu are a bit more sophisticated.
Sparse dining options in the far northwest have given some of the larger pizza chains a stronghold on the Providence neighborhood, but Mr. Jim’s is a neighborhood pizza joint with pies that taste anything but mass produced.
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More than jewelry and fashions shined Nov. 20 at Tivoli Village boutique Vasari, as the store hosted a reception for artists from Opportunity Village. Paintings, gift cards, tree ornaments, bookmarks and wearable art in the form of silk scarves, all created by clients of Opportunity Village, are for sale.
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission’s recovery program is designed to help break the cycle of addiction and help homeless people find homes, jobs and more complete lives.
In a time where video rental kiosks and online movie streaming are popular, Henderson native Trevor Layne and his wife Katie still keep it old school by running a brick-and-mortar video store.
In an effort to bring local vendors to North Las Vegas, one couple have partnered with the city to provide a free farmers market. Their hope is to educate the public on nutrition while supporting small businesses and showcasing the city.
Sam Sedgwick is a porter at Boulder Station and was one of the first people to go through the collaborative Pathway to Work Program, which helps train Opportunity Village clients for jobs in the community
December brings warmth and cheer to many as they gather and spend time with family and friends. For some seniors, however, those close to their hearts have died, leaving them to reminisce about old times and celebrate the holidays alone.
Ten years ago, Connie Hallett left her job working for McDonald’s Corp. to spend more time with her two boys. After working there for more than 20 years, she replaced her benefits, six-week vacations and employee car to create lasting moments in the lives of children.
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Henderson calendar highlights this week include a Parents Night Out at the Pool and a performance by Tony Orlando.
View’s editorial cartoon, Dec. 25, 2014. By F. Andrew Taylor.
WINTER CAMP PLANNED AT REC CENTER
After undergoing a $23.5 million remodel, Landsman Gardens, 750 N. Major Ave., is set to complete construction by Jan. 21. A grand reopening ceremony is planned for 11 a.m. Jan. 8.
At least five days a week, Henderson resident Walter Kwasniewski preaches in parks across the Las Vegas Valley. As the founder of NextStep Ministries, he is dedicated to helping the homeless.
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