More than jewelry and fashions shined Nov. 20 at Tivoli Village boutique Vasari, as the store hosted a reception for artists from Opportunity Village. Paintings, gift cards, tree ornaments, bookmarks and wearable art in the form of silk scarves, all created by clients of Opportunity Village, are for sale.
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Literary happenings this week include the a Holiday Authorfest.
For some reason doubtless buried in our prehistoric past, most humans find volcanos interesting, as long as they’re not spewing molten rock and poison gas. If you’d like to visit one that has behaved itself for about 10,000 years but still shows the interesting geologic features acquired in its flaming youth, Amboy Crater makes a fine day trip this time of year. The temperature will be 5 to 10 degrees warmer than the same day in Las Vegas, and the route I suggest will take you through the Mojave National Preserve, an agreeable place in early winter.
NATALIE GULBIS GOLF CLASSIC PLANNED AT BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
When Sharon Seltzer, co-founder of Heaven Can Wait Animal Society, adopted her shepherd mix Sophie, she was a puppy and a happy bundle of energy. Fast-forward about 10 years, and Sophie began showing her age, ending up partially paralyzed. Seltzer went on the Internet but found it frustrating trying to locate information that would make life more comfortable for her furry companion. As a result, she created the website Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog.
Pfc Zane P. Iona-Schopp , 19, graduated from Marine Corps recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and the School of Infantry (Infantry Training Battalion) at Marine Corps Base Camp at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He is the son of Jami Schopp of Las Vegas and a graduate of Centennial High School.
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After Christine O’Neill was jailed multiple times for drug possession, a judge recommended her to the city of Henderson’s Assistance in Breaking the Cycle Court program.
IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
FIRE OFFICIALS REMIND HOLIDAY COOKS TO BE CAREFUL
Brooke Neubauer is out to prove that just one person can make a difference. She has organized The Just One Project, which impacted 52 children and 24 parents recently.
Before the economic recession forced it to go dormant in 2013, HomeAid Southern Nevada operated in the Las Vegas area for eight years, building nearly 100,000 square feet of living space for charities such as St. Jude’s Ranch for Children and Lutheran Social Services of Nevada. Now it’s back on its feet and enjoying a special alliance with the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association. Its current project is the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth’s William Fry Drop-in Center near UNLV.
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
Pie Me Over makes one thing and makes it very well: the chicken pot pie.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Southern Nevada residents and organizations are seeking toy and food donations for valley residents in need. A sampling of events is included below. Additional events can be posted on View’s Facebook page at facebook.com/viewnewspapers.
Standing on the corner of Heather and College drives, Henderson police officer Russell Adams instructs a group of Foothill High School special needs students on crosswalk safety before sending them to cross with his partner, officer Lindsay Vukanovich.
Jeff Clapp’s mother said he had two speeds: “off” and “blast off.” Clapp is in blast-off mode these days. On Oct. 17, he and his wife of 12 years, Beth Malloy, opened Refuge Climbing & Fitness, 6283 S. Valley View Blvd., Suite C.
I found myself in the midst of a conundrum recently. . For those of you who love golf and business decisions, please put on your thinking caps, turn off any distractions and pay attention. Your help is needed; I ask you to participate.
SMARTPHONE APP HELPS RESIDENTS VIEW WALKING TRAILS
“Part memoir, part travelogue, half serious, mostly true” reads the description on the cover of Stefany Holmes’ “Gone With the Whim: Leaving the Bible Belt for Sin City.”
In the new book “Firebird” by Misty Copeland, illustrated by Christopher Myers, a young girl learns to replace the word “can’t” with one that strengthens as she learn the story of a child who wanted to dance among the stars.