If you hate speed bumps, you're in good company. Las Vegas Fire and Rescue says the traffic control measure is dangerous and slows response time to emergency situations to a deadly level.
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I was tipped to Mykonos Greek Cuisine by its owner, who called to tell me there was an authentic Greek restaurant in Sun City Summerlin — the only authentic one in town, she said, although I suspect some of the other Greek restaurants would wish to dispute that.
Fleming's to feature Freemark Abbey Estate at Aug. 14 wine dinner
One of the epic adventures of the Southwest is hiking the Grand Canyon from rim to rim. This is a tough hike physically, and you'll also need to get camping permits and arrange transportation, but the reward is one of the peak experiences of a lifetime.
Jackie Boor is set to read from and sign "Logan: The Honorable Life and Scandalous Death of a Western Lawman," a book about the life and controversial death of her great-grandfather, three-term Nye County Sheriff Tom Logan.
Solutions for View's crossword and sudoku puzzles, July 30, 2015, editions.
Firing the clay — the slow, careful process of baking in a kiln — is an important and well-established part of the ceramics process. Firing "at" the clay is a less traditional part of the process, to say the least.
In the late 1970s, Brian Thomas was a musician who had sold a few jingles in his hometown of Buffalo, N.Y. After a more than 30-year hiatus, he's trying to get back into the jingle business with songs for North Las Vegas, one of his favorite bars and First Friday, but so far, the project has remained a labor of love.
Mulch and organic compost available at Research Center
Like Hollywood, the Las Vegas entertainment industry places a strong emphasis on physical appearance.
School campuses or facilities are often dedicated to inspirational individuals, which makes the naming of Blaine W. Thompson Memorial Track so fitting.
Six Flags performer and hypnotist Susan Rosen does not consider herself a celebrity. The self-described Mistress of Mesmerism enjoys being on stage and entertaining, something she has done for 26 years.
Summer's almost over, and when you go back to school, there's one thing you're going to miss: your dog.
After 21 years as a New York policeman, Arthur Cesare still thinks about the job. The Las Vegas retiree shares memories that can't be erased in "Iron Men in Blue," a book he dedicates to "you, me and all the men that make up the thin blue line."
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. Aug. 7 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District in downtown Las Vegas, near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
Nicholas Hegedus, 13, a seventh-grader at Schofield Middle School, was diagnosed with Burkitt's lymphoma in 2012.
Fostering Futures to honor advocates of children in foster care
Solutions for View's crossword and sudoku puzzles, Aug. 6, 2015, editions.
UBS Bloodmobile drives are planned at multiple times and locations around the valley.
We Care program helping to recruit teachers for school district
Dougie J's Cafe is named for co-owner Suny Chabrow's son, Spc. Douglas J. Green, killed in action in Afghanistan, and the restaurant is a sort of tribute to members of the military.