Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
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Teriyaki Boy is a healthy grill because everything is grilled, including appetizers.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Always write to the most common denominator. General interest, appeal to the masses. That’s what I was told when I started this writing gig.
Question: After the grapes set their fruit in the next couple of weeks, can the vine be trimmed, or does it need to grow to provide shade and nutrition to the grapes?
At the end of Classic Cars Lane, near Cashman Center, a small complex and a warehouse appear unremarkable from the outside. But inside, there are nearly 300 classic cars, including 150 convertibles.
In “50 Shades of Grades: My Journey Through Wacademia,” Las Vegas author Andrew R. Nixon traces his life path beginning as a mediocre student and navigating through academia to obtain “the ultimate degree in education,” the Ph.D. Nixon was a reluctant student, hardly what he or his teachers considered university material. Yet, his father was determined to push him into college. When a classmate said she was going to Brigham Young University, Nixon devised a scheme to thwart his father’s wishes. For more information on the book, email email@example.com .
Literary highlights this week include book events for “If My Dirty Shoes Could Fly,” “Everyday Las Vegas” and “Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match.”
Taken to Camp O’Donnell in the Philippines, nurses saved as many American lives as they could with the scant resources they had — despite that the nurses themselves suffered terribly from disease and starvation in the POW camps.
First Friday organizers invite Las Vegas filmmakers to participate in a First Friday film competition. Cinematographers can submit a three-to-five minute film with the theme “Secrets of First Friday,” all shot during the March festival.