Las Vegas Valley residents no longer have to visit Chinatown for an authentic Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese or Thai meal. Now any Asian food craving can be satisfied with a quick trip to WuHu Noodle at the Silverton.
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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.
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.
Tucked inside the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and surrounded by ponderosa pines, cool mountain air and wild horses sits Camp Foxtail. The camp at 5871 Lee Canyon Road provides Girl Scouts ages 8 to 17 with a traditional overnight camp experience filled with hiking, crafts and games.
Leo Lukidi has gadgets and gizmos aplenty at KitcheNova, 4054 Schiff Drive.
The Winchester Cultural Center, 3130 McLeod Drive, is getting a new community garden, but Patrick Gaffey, cultural program supervisor for Clark County, said it wasn't his idea.
A new approach to Alzheimer‘s disease is taking place at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. Since the first of the year, it‘s been recruiting participants for a new clinical trial, the Anti-Amyloid Treatment in Asymptomatic Alzheimer‘s study, or A4. The study investigates whether treating older individuals with an investigational drug, dubbed solanezumab, can delay memory decline in those who may be at risk to develop Alzheimer‘s disease.
Bloodmobile drives planned across valley
NDOT plans upgrades on US 95 in north valley
During the week, Jim Weeks usually drives a 1978 station wagon, but on the weekend, things are different.
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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.
Las Vegas author Mary Crocco visited the Pine Ridge Reservation and drove through the Badlands of South Dakota doing research for her novel “In Kala’s Hands: A Lakota Sioux Proclamation.”
Las Vegas literary happenings this week include the launch of free workshops by Clark County’s poet laureate.
Joi Goynes , a 2011 Faith Lutheran High School graduate and North Las Vegas resident, graduated May 9 from Vanguard University of Southern California in Costa Mesa, Calif., with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. During her four years at Vanguard, Goynes participated in women’s track and field. She maintained a 3.6 GPA during her senior year, was crowned the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics champion in the 200 meters and captured the school record and earned a qualifying time for NAIA Outdoor Nationals.
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The newly formed First Friday Foundation recently took over the monthly arts event, with board members holding their inaugural meeting July 1.
Even years after his death, Brady Caipa continues to impact the community. The 17-year-old died from acute alcohol intoxication and asphyxia after attending a teen party in October 2011.
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