PRO BONO SERVICES TO BE OFFERED STATEWIDE
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Kellie Duran has been cooking up something cool in her kitchen. The Summerlin resident is the inventor of Kiss My Honey lip balm, the latest organic product to come out of the “necessity is the mother of invention” mantra.
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Summerlin is adding to its inventory of homes as the Las Vegas economy gets back on its feet.
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If you think public utilities are just cold, heartless, regulated monopolies that are forever bent on seeking rate increases, keep reading for another side of the story. Yes, indeed, there is some give-back.
Who says the Strip has all the good restaurants? Bonefish Grill combines a varied menu with a casual but polished atmosphere.
Walking into The Cracked Egg, you see a white board listing the day’s specials. You’ll also notice the eatery’s “Best of Las Vegas” dining awards on display, along with its most recent award, from Zagat in 2010.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Shannon Osborne began conversing with her son, Elijah, when he was still crawling. That was 15 years ago. Now, she teaches other parents how to communicate with their child through sign language in Wee Can Sign classes on the campus of Summerlin Hospital.
To hear Summerlin resident Christy Phelps describe it, Pure Barre is not for the faint of heart.
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Literary events this week include Star Wars Reads Day with the Jedi Scouts and a presentation by Michelle C. Reilly.
Las Vegas author Jagdish Patel shares stories of keeping his romance secret in a time when arranged marriages were the rule and “boys and girls didn’t date, so most college graduates had never touched a woman.”
RED ROCK CANYON CAMPGROUND SET TO OPEN BY END OF OCTOBER
From 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on the fourth Monday of every month, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers a free, interactive Art in the Afternoon program for anyone living with memory loss.
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Jay Samuel Bernstein , a graduate of Green Valley High School, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force. An F16 pilot (and also a qualifed B-1B bomber pilot), Bernstein has served tours of duty in Iraq twice and Afganistan and Korea. Bernstein is the son of Dr. Lee and Charlotte Bernstein of Las Vegas.
Sun City Summerlin resident Bob Kavula had an angel on his shoulder for 33 years when he was a commercial airline pilot for TWA. In 1996, he had the option to work an open captain position on ill-fated TWA Flight 800.
Applying to become a fireman in the valley became a little simpler this year, but the window for applying is closing soon.