Acai to the T, which recently expanded to a new location in Centennial Hills, transports customers to an ocean of flavor with its assortment of acai and pitaya bowls, juices and smoothies.
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There are various places in the Las Vegas Valley that make people wonder if they are still in the international resort destination famed for its 24/7 energy. The northwest area in particular offers a chance to go apple picking at an orchard, buy local honey from a farm, visit a bird sanctuary and fish at a nearby lake.
While moving to a new city is exciting, it can also be hard to make friends — unless, that is, they are a part of the Westside Newcomers Club.
This year, the Las Vegas Civil War Round Table is marking the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States. Nevada’s input into the Civil War was mostly monetary, with its mining industry fueling the North. The conflict led to it attaining statehood (hence the nickname Battle Born), but the local group of enthusiasts claim a more fervent connection: Many had ancestors in the war.
At the Bioblitz at Clark County Wetlands Park, citizen scientists can observe organisms, count creatures and catalog critters. The two-day event, planned for April 29 and 30, is part of the fifth annual Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival,
What would it look like if Frank Sinatra was at the top of his game today and performing in Las Vegas? Frankie Moreno thinks it would look a lot like his new show “Frankie Moreno — Under the Influence,” which begins April 20 at Planet Hollywood Resort.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
Find events in the northern area and across the Las Vegas Valley.
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Las Vegas native Laura Carroll and her former Las Vegas Review-Journal colleague Adam Kealoha Causey packed a bucket list full of fun into “100 Things to do in Las Vegas Before You Die.”
Las Vegas Valley residents’ awards and achievements
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. Contact each individual agency for more information.
Crime and safety news and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
Health news and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
View rounds up education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley, including school news and scholarship information.
News and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
The rain this past weekend may have brought some problems along with it, the same as it did last year after a rain like this. Problems might develop during the coming week or, with some plants, even extend into May or later.
Nonprofit Opportunity 180 hopes to bring more educational opportunities to the Las Vegas Valley, particularly for low-income students. The brainchild of Allison Serafin — whose background includes being the former Nevada State Board of Education vice president and executive director of Teach For America Las Vegas Valley — the group wants to see high-quality charter schools enter the valley to educate those students who are underserved due to their economic status.
More than 80 referral partners ranging from the Clark County School District to HopeLink of Southern Nevada send women in need of a professional wardrobe to Dress for Success.
Before the recession, northwest Las Vegas was on the brink of creating a 320-acre equestrian park that was set to bring “worldwide attention” to the area. Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem and Ward 6 City Councilman Steve Ross told residents during a March 27 meeting that the project — now more than 10 years in the making and without any recent signs of life — has not been forgotten.
Summer camp for most youths is about games and sports in the great outdoors and making new friends. Camp Vegas took that model and simply added designated times to check one’s blood sugar.
For its production of the famously dark musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” Shadow Ridge High School plans to focus more on character than violence.
High-technology home protection tools are evolving. Instead of door alarms, many gadgets offer discreet security features with the ability to control them from an application on a smartphone, giving users instant knowledge about what is happening inside and outside their home at all times, and with good reason, too.