Q: I was very interested in a recent article about adding ammonium sulfate to one’s lawn to keep it green. Can I do this all summer long, every eight weeks?
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Readers of Las Vegas author Bonnie J. Snowden’s fantasy novel learn from the start that Ankh is born of two worlds, an abomination as far as Queen Mira is concerned. And it is only the queen who can reveal the truth behind Ankh’s mother’s gifts and a vindictive ruler’s curse.
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There’s a place in the northwest where cats with chronic illnesses can live out the rest of their lives in peace. The felines are treated to love and care inside a specialized sanctuary at the Poppy Foundation inside the Bonanza Cat Hospital, 6620 Sky Pointe Drive, home to 150 cats, most of which require medication and constant care.
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The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. April 1 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District in downtown Las Vegas, near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
Clark County Parks and Recreation is looking for volunteers to help out the staff at Sunset Park, one of the valley’s oldest and most heavily utilized parks. To find the right person to coordinate the volunteers, the county went straight to Wetlands Park, where a volunteer program has coordinated with nearly 300 people to help keep the park clean, safe and friendly.
They were the darlings of the skies in a job that had them jetting off to exotic locales, flirting with celebrities and catering to the rich who flew only first class. They were flight attendants — still known as “stewardesses” back then — and a handful recently met at Tommy Bahama in Town Square Las Vegas.
For those who intend to start a nonprofit, Diana Morgan, director of development at the Discovery Children’s Museum, offers this advice: Make sure no one else is doing what you’re trying to do.
U.S. military veterans often have job skills that frequently do not match the abilities needed to fit a civilian lifestyle. To help make a smooth transition back into society and the workforce, the city of North Las Vegas has teamed up with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Teamsters Local 14 to create the Veterans Intern Program.
Tractor-trailers are essentially a moving warehouse on wheels and are classified as Class 3 vehicles. They can weigh 80,000 pounds when fully loaded. When big trucks are on the road, drivers of other vehicles should be aware of the 18-wheeler’s capabilities and limitations.
If you happen to be near Sam Boyd Stadium on the evening of April 9, and you see giant glowing structures with hundreds of glowing humanoid figures cavorting around, fear not. Area 51 hasn’t started a work release program, it’s just Blacklight Slide, a family-friendly event involving inflatable slides illuminated with blacklight while staff members spray down the sliders with neon-colored water.
You don’t have to be British to be a fan of the Crown, but in Las Vegas, that means you’re more likely to be waving a pint rather than waving at royalty.
Arches National Park, just outside the town of Moab, Utah, lives up to its name. The park contains more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches, the densest concentration in the world. Besides arches, you will also get to see natural windows, balanced rocks, fins, pinnacles and hoodoos.
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“One young girl’s courageous spirit becomes one family’s firm foundation. This is the story of that journey,” begins Las Vegas author Gwendolyn I. Taylor’s “An Unbroken Bundle.”