For retailers like Ronald Corso, owner of 11th Street Records, shopping locally isn't just about building his business — it's about building community.
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Animal hoarding is a way to cope
Ahhh, the elusive alpaca! Prolific producer of fine fleece for luxurious clothing, patient poser for photos in geography books, whose very name regularly rescues crossword puzzle devotees, the animal itself rarely seen in North America.
Wine dinner planned: On Oct. 29, Hank's Fine Steaks and Martinis at Green Valley Ranch Resort, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, is set to host a wine dinner featuring Foley Family Wines, a vineyard in the Santa Rita Hill's appellation. Patrons can try a five-course dinner prepared by executive chef Luigi Iannuario paired with wines from the winery. The event is priced at $125 (excluding tax and gratuity) per person. RSVP by calling 702-617-6800 or email Jennifer Mangahas at firstname.lastname@example.org . Visit greenvalleyranch.sclv.com.
The 100-member Spring Mountain Free Trappers are set to bring history to life Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 during the group's annual Mountain Men Rendezvous event at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
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High school is typically a time to prepare and discover life's potentials, but for others, it's also the only place that brings comfort and security.
Gail Romero made subtle gestures with her hand as she sang the old pop standard "Blues in the Night" into the mic in front of other members of Speeding Theatre — Over 55.
When Jeanette Tellefsen of northwest Las Vegas turned 40 in 2012, her doctor ordered a mammogram. The test proved a lifesaver. She was diagnosed with breast cancer.
When Nancy Nelson was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease in 2013, she reacted by getting her affairs in order and then writing a book.
Fifteen years ago, I moved to Las Vegas for a job transfer. Two weeks in, my new boss said, "Let's go play golf. I have a favorite course." That was my introduction to Desert Pines Golf Club.
The three beds in each room are meant to look warm and inviting with colorful walls and positive messages.
The Doolittle Senior Center Community Gardens, 1200 Blankenship Ave., recently received the award of excellence as the 2015 Southern Nevada Landscape award winner.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
Spending a few minutes inside a chamber cooled to 150 degrees below zero via liquid nitrogen made Robert Takayama's day.
Science is an interesting thing. It can tell you why the sky is blue and your cat isn't; why you kinda resemble your great-grandpa, if you squint; and when's the best time to go moon watching.
Karen Cerio shares her appreciation and love for family, friends and "our Lord Jesus" in "Life's Dusty Roads," a book of reflective, personal poetry.
The Public Education Foundation recently honored Bank of Nevada CEO John Guedry as its annual education hero.
Do you have a Thanksgiving or holiday dinner that's a little more unique than the usual? Have you created your own sense of family with a tradition of your own in the valley?
Puzzles for View, Oct. 22, 2015, editions.
The public is invited to watch more than 400 youth soccer teams from 13 U.S. states, Canada, Haiti, Mexico and Chile compete in the 16th annual Las Vegas Mayor's Cup International Soccer Tournament Oct. 23-25.
Southwest Medical is offering a free breast care open house, set from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Eastern Health Center, 4475 S. Eastern Ave.