As soon as you enter Curry Leaf Flavors of India, breathe in the scents — this as a place for those who love Indian cooking.
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Kellie Haddock will never forget the night she almost lost her son Eli. It was Oct. 31, 2004.
It might be time for fashion-conscious women to trade their pumps for a pair of wedges or 1-inch kitten heels.
It took husband and wife chefs Jesus and Leslie Cibrian a while to find what they felt was just the right place for their new restaurant, La Rue Marche Cafe, 2710 E. Desert Inn Road, but they are pleased with the space they found, a former Chinese buffet that had been shuttered for five years.
It happens to me every time I go on vacation. I go wine tasting, and I want to buy a winery; I go to a coast resort, and I want to buy a bed and breakfast at the shore; I go play golf, and I want to buy a golf course.
Restaurant tips come to me in all sorts of ways. In the case of the Southwest Diner in Boulder City, it was through an item in my Taste of the Town column, which runs Wednesdays.
PDQ, Vegas PBS to host Family Fundraising Nights
You are a big kid. No, you're not a baby anymore. You can tie your shoes, comb your own hair, and nobody needs to feed you.
Las Vegas author Beverly A. Crandall, a journalism graduate from Michigan State University, worked as an editor at the Detroit Free Press and as a Washington correspondent for the Detroit News.
Cox Communications plans back-to-school fairs
National Night Out eventset in North Las Vegas
The Clark County Medical Society recognized two recipients for its 2015 Student Rising Star Award that honors outstanding medical students studying in Nevada.
Dreamers stories compiled in new book
Temple Sinai of Las Vegas has announced that Heather Klein is the new cantorial soloist. Klein, a native of Las Vegas, is a classically trained singer who performs opera, Yiddish classical song, theater, folk music and other styles. For the past decade, she has performed across the U.S., Canada and Europe as a soloist and as part of various musical groups and opera companies.
If the ice cream alone doesn't put a smile on your face, chances are just walking into Eis Cream Cafe will do the trick.
When someone becomes unable to take care of general household activities, due to an illness or challenges related to aging, there aren't many options. Friends and family can help sometimes, but in Las Vegas, many people find themselves without that support structure. EOS Home Care is trying to fill the gap between home health care and household chores.
For outdoor lovers in Southern Nevada, summer temperatures can bring out severe cases of cabin fever. It is difficult locating a hiking or biking destination with moderate temperatures that isn't crowded and isn't too far away.
Nevada Connections Academy plans information sessions in Henderson
March was National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, but every month sees people struggling with the addiction.
Solutions for View's crossword and sudoku puzzles, July 23, 2015, editions.
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Let’s get this out in the open: “Rusty Summer” is OK. A six out of 10, just slightly better than middling. In its favor, I liked the characters in this book; they’re all decent people, the kind you’d want in your corner. I was truly drawn to their good hearts. What I didn’t like was the overabundance of slang here.