Q: When do you cut back summer tomato plants to get a second crop in the early fall? I need to know this and any special treatment needed, such as fertilizing, to promote new growth.
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Cars obviously come to mind when you mention Detroit — but pizza? Generally, not so much. However, there’s a pizzeria in Las Vegas that’s paying homage to the Motor City pie, so much so that even the names on its menu reflect a Detroit heritage.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
Glen Canyon, Ariz., contains one of the few stretches of river whose beauty rivals that of the Grand Canyon farther down the Colorado River. Through smooth-water raft trips, you will treated to a close-up view of Glen Canyon Dam, stunning scenery, plenty of wildlife, and pre-historic and historic sites.
Find events in the northern area and across the Las Vegas Valley.
News and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
Crime and safety news and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
Read about Las Vegas Valley residents’ awards and achievements.
View’s adoptable pets, June 23, 2016.
Local author Stephen Murray revisits his fictional Las Vegas wedding chapel in “Return to the Chapel of Eternal Love,” a novel packed with more marriage stories.
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
View’s puzzle solutions, June 23, 2016.
When actress Kady Heard learned that the inaugural group show at The Bubblegum Gallery would be mermaid-themed, she dove into the opportunity to participate. Artists from all over the Las Vegas Valley contributed paintings, sketches, watercolors, decor, jewelry and more, and Heard slipped into a mermaid tail and donated her time during the show’s June First Friday opening. The show is the first of many themed group exhibits planned in the coming months.
2008 was a big year for east valley resident Arturo Miramontes. It was the year he started working at the Cannery Warehouse in North Las Vegas and the year that he and his wife, Carolyn, decided to stop their futile efforts to have their own child and decided to start fostering children.
Las Vegas natives and longtime locals: View is seeking your fondest summertime memories from growing up in the desert.
Our spring this year was cool and wet. Even our early summer was that way. This kind of weather was good for producing a lot of tomatoes but not necessarily for high-quality fruit from fruit trees.
The March 31 shooting death of Metropolitan Police Department patrol dog Nicky made many in the Las Vegas Valley ask why the dog was not wearing a bulletproof vest.
Stay-at-home fathers are redefining stereotypes, fatherhood and family, and they’re here to stay. Take northwest resident Michael Reed, for example. He’s been working the payless 24/7 job for almost eight years.
More than 100 low-income students will be able to participate in special summer learning programs thanks to a grant secured by the Friends of the North Las Vegas Library District.
Parisian Django Reinhardt’s left side of his body was severely burned, partially paralyzing two of his fingers, and yet he discovered the music of Louis Armstrong and other New Orleans jazz and swing artists, combined it with the traditional Romani music of his people and invented a new form of jazz.
Someone with a mental disorder may be the last person to realize they need help. According to the World Health Organization, mental illnesses account for more disability in developed countries than any other group of illnesses.
As of May 25, Rebekah Solorzano, 18, completed her senior year at Chaparral High School. That same day, Solorzano was named grand prize winner of the Every Kid in a Park art contest sponsored by the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and Forever Resorts, the National Park Service concessionaire donating the prizes. Solorzano will have her artwork featured on a collectible sticker in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area gift store.
Where there were once rainbows, there are now murals depicting activities at the school. Leavitt Middle School, 4701 Quadrel St., recently held a contest, asking students what artwork they’d like to see on the walls. The murals are now nearing completion.