The Prodigy Dance Crew is set to take the world by storm once again. It plans to compete in the World Hip Hop Dance Championship set for 7 p.m Aug. 10 at the Orleans Arena. The team emerged as the USA hip-hop dance champions in the junior division in 2011, were silver medalists in 2012 and USA finalists in 2013.
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Nevada is home to 23 state parks, the majority with only one unique feature. But Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park is in a class of its own, as it features not only a well-preserved historic mining town but also remains of the ancient ichthyosaur (pronounced ICK-thee-o-saur), our state fossil.
After grad school, Joel Christian Gill did a series of paintings that he says “freed” him from the racism that his father and grandfather endured. But something was missing. That’s when he turned to comics to tell stories of “obscure black history.”
“If my dirty shoes could fly, I would help all the mommy birds feed their baby birds. One by one, I would give them a worm. I could loop-the-loop like bumble bees or twirl just like a pinwheel. Wwwhhheeeee!” writes Henderson author Sarah Hoover in her new children’s book.
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.
Army PV2 Thomas Snow graduated from basic training and Airborne School at Fort Benning, Ga. He is stationed in Alaska. Snow is the son of Philip and Jeannette Snow of Las Vegas and is a 2013 graduate of Northwest Career and Technical Academy.
Long before the first shovel full of dirt was dug up, and long before the final name of the shopping destination was approved, Downtown Summerlin had a unique relationship with Red Rock Resort.
People have different ways of coping with the death of a loved one. But almost all agree: It’s a process.
Now that Tamar Ofier, 26, has gotten her feet wet with her store Savvy Lingerie, which opened last September, she admitted she has loftier plans than one shop in Boca Park.
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Staged accidents are one of the many auto-related fraudulent schemes becoming popular, especially in middle-class communities such as Summerlin, where most motorists carry sufficient amounts of auto insurance.
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The Fat Greek Mediterranean Bistro is a quiet cafe where blue and white paint clings to the walls, which are decorated in floral wall hangings and ceramic trinkets that provide the sentiment of home.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from July 17, 2014, View editions.
Before setting out to climb outdoors, whether it’s locally or nationally, Bill McLemore recommends people try climbing at an indoor facility first.
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SOGGY JOG PLANNED AT WET ‘N’ WILD
“Born a slave as Providence planned, Lucy Higgs Nichols was snatched from her mother and sent south, still an innocent child,” Kathryn Grant writes in “Honorable,” her first book for adults.
Literary highlights this week include a presentation by local author Lindsey Leavitt and a free author pavilion at the NAACP’s conference at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
You can stop groaning now, because what you’ll find in “Cool Science Tricks” isn’t like what you’d find in school. These science activities are actually fun to do.
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