“This job is like nothing else,” Javier Quezada said of working at the Lion Habitat Ranch in Henderson. “Where else can you get paid to lay around and play with a lion?”
Subscribe to View RSS feed
Every two years, 12 individuals have the opportunity to be officers of an elite air demonstration squadron known for performing aerobatic formations. This honor comes as part of the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, most commonly known as the Thunderbirds.
Some people look forward to going to work each day. They’re not crazy — they’ve just found the occupation that is, for them, a “dream job.” View spoke with a baker, a hot air balloon pilot and a Bureau of Land Management ranger about what makes their jobs so special.
When he comes out on stage at Harrah’s, it would be easy to think that Pete Vallee is about to play his role as Big Elvis for laughs.
Many people joke after Logan Halverson discloses her profession. She works as a mermaid at The Aquarium inside the Silverton.
Four-year-old Bailey Stevens was born a fighter. After being diagnosed with a life-threatening bacteria at 4 days old, Bailey continued to beat the odds while being cared for at Spring Valley Hospital.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from Aug. 28, 2014, View editions.
A Las Vegas resident was honored with a $1,000 scholarship by the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program out of more than 37,000 nominees nationwide for her philanthropy efforts to promote the adoption of racing greyhounds.
Youths will have a chance to demonstrate kickflips, the whiplash, bunny hops and more to a group of professionals at the first city-sponsored action sports event at Craig Ranch Regional Park.
Find things to do across the Summerlin area.
Find neighborhood news near home.
Henderson calendar highlights include a new exhibit at the Clark County Museum, a Lego Night, free concerts and film screenings.
Literary events this week include the opening of the “BAM! It’s a Picture Book: The Art Behind Graphic Novels” exhibit and a signing for “Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days.”
Your parents are lucky to have you around.
Written as a letter to incoming educators, local author Travis Bowker shares his story and strategies for teaching success in “What Teaching Has Taught Me.”
In the interest of journalistic integrity, I’ll be frank: I am a person of dubious character. A deviant, so to speak. Of course, you say, he’s a golfer. I’ll also admit to enjoying a glass (or two) of wine on occasion. I’ll also admit I love to play video poker without budgetary concerns. I also drink milk straight from the container out of the refrigerator. Who’s perfect?
ONE-DAY BASKETBALL CAMP PLANNED FOR YOUTHS
Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Chrystal S. Field graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. Field is the daughter of Susan A. Field and sister of Bruce R. Field II of Las Vegas. Field is a 2009 LPN graduate of the College of Southern Nevada.
Living in a region that is susceptible to disasters such as fires and floods can be unsettling. However, the American Red Cross Southern Nevada chapter plans to educate residents about preparedness and assisting emergency response personnel.
Find events in your neighborhood.
The Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility is set to become a splash zone when Dog Daze of Summer allows pups in the pool Sept. 6.
The students of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNLV are interested in education, attentive in class, engaged and not afraid to speak their minds. They are also further along in years than the average student.
- Page 1