First Friday, the monthly arts and culture event at the 18b Arts District, may get all the press and glory, but for many art fans, Preview Thursday is the time to go.
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Clearly, east valley resident Chuck Klenus isn't afraid of ghosts. In fact, he's giddy when he talks about the many times he's seen a full-body apparition.
Matt "Rambles" Whitehead said audiences should expect the unexpected at his new show "Scream Until Midnight," a late-night spookshow revival set to haunt the Sci Fi Center, 5077 Arville St., from 9:30 p.m. to midnight Nov. 7.
What does former mayor and current (and constant) gin enthusiast Oscar B. Goodman speak about at his Oscar Dinner Series at his namesake restaurant at the Plaza? Anything he wants to.
Doing charity work is party time as far as the nonprofit Fabulous Shoe Night is concerned.
Watching police procedurals on television might give you the impression that every time the authorities find a body, it is identified in days, if not minutes. Rebel Morris, founder and executive director of Can You Identify Me?, said that is not the case.
Being stressed may seem like a problem as fleeting as the bad day that may have caused it, but it is believed to add up.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
The Nevada Department of Transportation plans to host an open house-style public information meeting on Phases 3A, 2B, and 5 of the U.S. Highway 95 northwest corridor improvement project from 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 4 in the multipurpose room at the Centennial Hills Active Adult Center.
There's a little jingle in your pocket, and you can't wait to spend it. So what will you buy? Will you purchase candy or a toy?
Obtaining a work visa and a job in Italy seemed almost impossible to Las Vegas resident Karen Haid until a small private school in Calabria hired her on.
The Writer's Block plans to welcome National Novel Writing Month participants for NaNoWriMo Write-Ins from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sundays in November.
Puzzles for View, Oct. 29, 2015, editions.
The city of Henderson Commemorative Beautification Commission is accepting entries for its 2015 Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest through Nov. 30.
Breast cancer research supporters
A drive to collect enough books for the elementary school students at Clark County's 78 Safekey sites was successful thanks to the efforts of the Henderson and Summerlin Barnes & Noble stores, UPS stores of Las Vegas, Toys for Tots and Las Vegas-area residents.
Nevada Legal Services plans to offer the free sessions at 10 a.m. Oct. 23 and Nov. 13 at 530 S. Sixth St.
Animal hoarding is a way to cope
Ahhh, the elusive alpaca! Prolific producer of fine fleece for luxurious clothing, patient poser for photos in geography books, whose very name regularly rescues crossword puzzle devotees, the animal itself rarely seen in North America.
Vegans and vegetarians rejoice: Since opening its doors earlier this year at 616 E. Carson Ave., VegeNation has been offering vegans and the like more than just plain salads and french fries.