The Las Vegas Valley is known for its desert climate, but Henderson residents have shown there are still ways to be creative when it comes to gardening. Get outdoor tips from the Acacia Demonstration Gardens, Master Gardener Jeneane Young and dinosaur decorating enthusiast Steve Springer.
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When a teenager finds herself pregnant with no place to go, Living Grace Home opens its arms to offer support and resources.
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“Pope on the Dole,” a satirical novel by local authors David E. Miller and Michelle Miller, imagines a world where a bankrupt Catholic Church auctions off everything of worth including the Vatican, which is transformed into The Vatican Hotel & Casino, an adult playground complete with a Sistine Chapel lounge for private dances.
Sometimes, even the best intentions get out of hand, as you’ll see in the new novel “Charly’s Epic Fiascos: Beware of Boys” by Kelli London.
The four-day 48th annual Sons and Daughters of Erin St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival is scheduled to return March 13-16 at the Henderson Events Plaza with entertainment, a parade, a carnival, food and craft vendors and Irish-themed shenanigans.
Literary highlights this week include a Writing for Love mixer and a presentation by local young adult author Tera Lynn Childs.
Find fun things to do in and near the Henderson area from a Lions & Wine Oh My! fundraiser at the Lion Habitat Ranch to Comedian Henry Cho’s show at the South Point.
Las Vegas traffic can drive even the most patient person crazy. If it’s not a series of red lights, it’s construction on the freeway or motorists disregarding driving etiquette.
Input is being taken from the public on how best to address Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area’s infrastructure needs. A Feb. 6 meeting alerted residents about upcoming projects, such as possibly repaving the Scenic Loop Drive.