In Las Vegas, Bob Christians Day launched with Trapeze Las Vegas student and instructor demonstrations at Trapeze Las Vegas’ outdoor location. On trapeze rigging 2¼ stories high, instructors and longtime students showed people how to swing and even catch.
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Rancho Bel Air, a historic neighborhood off Rancho Drive near U.S. Highway 95, is a slice of uniqueness, especially with Mac King, star of “The Mac King Comedy Magic Show,” moving in.
Q: I have had a grapevine for the last six years. The first year when I planted it, I didn’t get grapes but years two, three and four, I had lots. Last year my vine grew leaves and it was time for the baby grapes to show up, but they never did. We’re in the middle of May and I’m wondering what is wrong with my grapevine.
Juniors and seniors from four area high schools attended a Student Leadership Symposium April 22 at Nevada State College, 1125 Nevada State Drive. It’s a fair bet that none of them expected to hear what motivational speaker Roy Juarez Jr. had to say.
The National Weather Service declared April 2016 to be Las Vegas’ third-wettest April on record and the wettest April the city has seen since 1965. That may be great for gardens and drought watchers, but for Takuya Ohki, general manager at Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas, 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, soggy skies have been a challenge. On May 7, Ohki took a few minutes away from storm watch to talk about what it takes to run a water park.
On average, Las Vegas welcomes 2,200 refugees per year. To help ease the burden of resettlement, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with the help of Catholic Charities, will host a refugee drive on May 21.
In 1993, Henderson resident Linda Flatt looked for a support group to help her deal with her son’s suicide — she didn’t find one. “I went to a general grief group and I felt completely out of place,” she said. “I was in there with people that had lost their (spouses) after 60 years of marriage, and my kid had ended his life on purpose.”
Crimebusters! took place at the Veterans Tribute Career Techincal Academy, 2531 Vegas Drive, on May 2 and showed kids and their parents how to not only extract DNA from a strawberry but how facial reconstruction is used to help identify victims from skeletal remains, how to dust for fingerprints, how to use a microscope and several other ways science helps investigators solve crimes.
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A vaccine to treat a pandemic virus backfires resulting in infertility and birth defects in Las Vegas author Victoria Kaer’s dystopian novel “Regulated.”
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Behind the Red Shield tours at The Salvation Army’s Social Services Campus let those who work to aid the homeless show the behind-the-scenes efforts of the operation. The next tour is set for May 19.
This year, Maverick Hiu has performed in roles originated by ‘80s heartthrobs Kevin Bacon and Christian Slater. Beginning May 19, he’ll be appearing in a role originated by himself in the new musical “Bright Side” at Art Square theater, 1025 First St.
An off-the-cuff remark made by Inventables CEO Zach Kaplan cost his company more than $10,000, and he couldn’t be happier about it.
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