When it comes to watching one’s waistline, the holidays can sabotage the best of intentions.
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If you’re unswayed by unapologetic graphic violence, Las Vegas-based writer Gina Pearl is ready to take you on an insane ride through the eyes of a trio of trained killers as they battle to escape the control of a demon.
It usually starts with a baby bird. The owners are excited to spend time with their young parrot, and they spoil it with attention.
At Walter Bracken STEAM Academy, they still teach the three Rs: radishes, rhubarb and rutabagas.
Sandra Lee Thompson was more than a reporter who fought for a byline. Her life centered around creating change and using her words as weapons to protect the children of Las Vegas.
For more than 10 years, pagans throughout the Las Vegas Valley have gathered once a year to educate the public about their beliefs and dispel stereotypes that surround their community.
With Thanksgiving three weeks away, families will have a chance to win a turkey while spreading good fortune to those who have sacrificed everything.
Literary happenings this week include signings by rock legend Gene Simmons, Gina Moreno Wilson, Steven Grogan, Rena Kopstenski and Nancy Nelson.
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With the cooler weather, more people are enjoying outdoor activities. One of the easiest in which to participate is hiking.
HONOR RIDE LAS VEGAS PLANNED NOV. 8
Don’t think that this book is only filled with gratuitous farts-are-funny pages. Yes, there’s that in here, but it also aims to inform. Kids who read this book will learn a thing or two about biology, and they’ll be delighted by the accompanying giggle-making illustrations.
Since Town Square Las Vegas opened almost seven years ago, it has hosted many charity runs and walks. That tradition continues Nov. 8 with the second annual One Run event, benefiting six charities.
Air Force Airman Shaun M. Miller graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. He is a 2013 graduate of Sunrise Mountain High School.
Early Las Vegas civil rights leader James A. “Jimmy” Gay III was honored by having the first star on the Garden of Dreams dedicated in his honor Sept. 25.
Seemingly harmless, cellphone use at fitness facilities raises privacy issues and adds to the debate on whether they should be permitted inside such places.
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
By now, the fast-casual concept that is Braddah’s Island Style will be pretty familiar to regular on-the-go diners: Upon entering the restaurant, you’re presented with menu options that feature your ingredient selections served in a bowl, as a burrito or as tacos. Once this decision has been made, you’re faced with several other choices, all competing for your taste buds.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Calling all comic book fans. The seventh annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival is planned from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.