Las Vegas author J. C. Mells mixes insanity and urban fantasy in her novel “Pierced.”
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Nevada is home to 23 state parks, the majority with only one unique feature. But Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park is in a class of its own, as it features not only a well-preserved historic mining town but also remains of the ancient ichthyosaur (pronounced ICK-thee-o-saur), our state fossil.
After grad school, Joel Christian Gill did a series of paintings that he says “freed” him from the racism that his father and grandfather endured. But something was missing. That’s when he turned to comics to tell stories of “obscure black history.”
“If my dirty shoes could fly, I would help all the mommy birds feed their baby birds. One by one, I would give them a worm. I could loop-the-loop like bumble bees or twirl just like a pinwheel. Wwwhhheeeee!” writes Henderson author Sarah Hoover in her new children’s book.
Henderson native Mike Beede opened the Law Offices of Mike Beede in March at 2300 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 420.
Free concerts and films are on the calendar for this week in Henderson.
Army PV2 Thomas Snow graduated from basic training and Airborne School at Fort Benning, Ga. He is stationed in Alaska. Snow is the son of Philip and Jeannette Snow of Las Vegas and is a 2013 graduate of Northwest Career and Technical Academy.
People have different ways of coping with the death of a loved one. But almost all agree: It’s a process.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
From the organic ingredients to the recycled chairs, LYFE Kitchen stresses the importance of not only its customers’ well-being but also the environment’s.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
The Henderson Libraries Board approved expanding library branch hours starting Sept. 8. Changes include the return of Monday hours to the Paseo Verde Library, and expanding hours at the Green Valley and Gibson branches.
Air Force veteran James Champlin’s artwork ranges from ocean scenery to a portrait of musician Pink, and he’s experimented with watercolor, oil paint, acrylic paint and photoshop.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from July 17, 2014, View editions.
Before setting out to climb outdoors, whether it’s locally or nationally, Bill McLemore recommends people try climbing at an indoor facility first.
Henderson resident Jennifer Mann may be a beauty queen, but don’t let her looks fool you. The 16-year-old enjoys the outdoors and getting her hands dirty as much as any teenager.
SOGGY JOG PLANNED AT WET ‘N’ WILD
“Born a slave as Providence planned, Lucy Higgs Nichols was snatched from her mother and sent south, still an innocent child,” Kathryn Grant writes in “Honorable,” her first book for adults.
Literary highlights this week include a presentation by local author Lindsey Leavitt and a free author pavilion at the NAACP’s conference at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Henderson news this week includes notices about computer classes and a blood drive.
The 2014 U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming Championships are among top events this week in Henderson.