Many Las Vegans think of downtown and First Friday when talking about the local art scene. But now, a new venue for artists has opened on the west side of town.
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The pancake menu at BabyStacks Cafe sounds an awful lot like dessert: Red Velvet, Smores, Banana Cream Pie, Orange Creamsicle. But don’t let your tastebuds be fooled —this is indeed breakfast.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from July 10, 2014, View editions.
Cedar Breaks National Monument in southern Utah is a small park most cherished by us desert dwellers for its cool summer temperatures and spectacular views into its deep, hoodoo-filled amphitheater. During July and August, you’ll find the little park brimming with additional activities, any one of which, by itself, might be worth the journey there.
Valentino Diazz III, born and raised in Las Vegas, recently released his debut sci-fi novel “Plutarchy.”
A Romance Novel Convention joins author signings and events in literary highlights this week.
You don’t have a lot of high school left. You’ve got some decisions to make, but you feel stuck. So read “Undecided: Navigating Life and Learning after High School” by Genevieve Morgan, and see if it doesn’t help.
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
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The Master Gardeners of Southern Nevada held their annual Volunteer Appreciation and Awards Luncheon May 31 at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Lifelong Learning Center. Master Gardener Lonnie Baker was presented with the Silver Trowel award in recognition of contributing the most number of hours in 2013. Master Gardener Paulo Petit received the Silver Phone award for 436 hours on the Home Gardening Help Line. Honored for 20 years of service were Master Gardeners Mary Lawton and Richard Leifried . Receiving their 10-year pins were Richard Cutbirth, Bob Peloquin, Linda Spahn and Amy Zeldenrust . Numerous other awards were presented, and the Master Gardeners welcomed the graduates from the spring 2014 training class.
The Foundation to Assist Young Musicians’ Violins for Kids program began years ago when an elementary school principal was looking for ways to keep his students out of a local gang. The group hosted its summer program in June.
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CAB COMPANY DONATES $5,000 TO FUND FOR MILITARY MEMBERS
Whether you’re interested in planes or trains, knitting or travel, you’ll find a group of like-minded people on the west side of the Las Vegas Valley.
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Shizen offers upscale dining in a casual atmosphere. The small entry opens to the fresh fish display area, where chefs in traditional outfits serve up nigiri and sashimi sushi as you watch.
When servers bring an order to your table at Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse, you’ll notice it shares something in common with the atmosphere: good presentation.
From bars to gaming, Las Vegas is described as an adult playground. But two miles off the Strip, Dig This offers a different kind of playground.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from July 3, 2014, View editions.
First Friday Las Vegas LLC, the organization that puts together the monthly First Friday arts festival, is taking a month off in July, but that doesn’t mean the artists and galleries will.
Among this week’s event highlights: Bob Miller plans a signing, and Monica Hatley-Carr plans a children’s program.