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Las Ventanas at Summerlin has opened the Ronald Reagan Memory Support Suites, a separate area specifically for those who are facing Alzheimer’s and other dementia diseases and can no longer care for themselves.
When you want to engage students in history, give them a little mystery. That’s what Summerlin resident Kay Moore does every time she writes a book for young people. An educator before retiring in 2013, she knows how to bring that spark to a young person’s eye with tidbits from history. Her first two books were published by Scholastic as part of its “If You Lived” series. Besides being used in schools, her books are sold in gift shops at historical sites. Each has sold over 700,000 copies, and both are in second printings.
Want to see nature despite the triple-digit temperatures? Hiking in summer is not for most, and some experts will say it’s not recommended.
In the torrid midsummer of Southern Nevada, the closest place for local folk to enjoy a cool outdoor escape is in the Mount Charleston area of the Spring Mountains National Recreation area. Since you’re likely to head there anyway, you might as well choose a trail that will show you some of the area’s most pleasant scenery while putting some miles on your boots
With a food mantra that stresses simple, fresh, flavorful and colorful foods that appeal to all senses, Mint Indian Bistro’s menu is sure to attract customers from all walks of life — whether spiritual, religious or atheist.
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View’s adoptable pets, July 21, 2016.
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Las Vegas author Deborah L. Costella’s “One 4-Ounce Serving: A Collection of Food Stories and Recipes” follows the culinary adventures of Rose and Gilda in a book that is part autobiographical novel with a generous dash of cookbook.
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Q: We have an 8-year-old honeysuckle plant that will not produce blossoms. They get one or two blossoms each year but do not produce massive amounts. We tried various fertilizers to no avail. What can we do to stimulate blossoms?
Olive Crest was born out of the need to assist struggling families and at-risk children. It is dedicated to serving nearly 3,000 children and families each day throughout California, Nevada and the Pacific Northwest.
The Metropolitan Police Department is aiming to significantly increase the number of uniformed officers in its force this year, department officials said.
When mental health symptoms become too severe to handle, medication is normally an option. By teaming up with doctors and pharmacists, people may find the right treatments, but is there anything they should be aware of before turning to medication?
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month and various organizations are highlighting the disparities diverse populations face when it comes to mental illness.
From the feeling of a dripping wet swimsuit to the smell of sunscreen and campfires, nothing brings back vivid memories like summer. As residents recall their nostalgic memories of past summer days in the Las Vegas Valley, one thing becomes clear — summers come and go, but summer memories last forever.
Sam Mazza looks forward to one thing every year: summer camp. Mazza, 15, has been going to the same camp, Camp Mend-A-Heart, since she was 9 because it’s the only camp that she and her family can trust to keep her safe.
The Southern Nevada Health District’s Board of Health voted June 23 not to green light any new traumas centers in the Las Vegas Valley. Three hospitals — Centennial Hills, MountainView and Southern Hills — had put in applications to receive Level III trauma center designation.
An event at a local church hopes to reintroduce people to old-time religion with an old-fashioned ice cream social, but it’s probably not the old-time religion that comes to mind when most people hear that phrase. The Pagan Pride Las Vegas Project Ice Cream Social is scheduled for July 16.