Devilish creatures from the gates of hell, killer clowns and evil scarecrows — these might just be what Summerlin resident Bryan Yeager’s nightmares are made of, but instead of opening his eyes to awake from the horrors of his mind, Yeager collects the images for his art.
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Las Vegas author Susan Johnson takes readers through her sheltered California childhood and then inside a mind out of balance in “Some Dreams Are Worth Keeping: A Memoir of My Bipolar Journey.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Solutions to View’s puzzles, Oct. 20, 2016.
Art aficionados know that October is likely to inspire galleries full of spooky and weird paintings, but several venues in the Las Vegas Valley are hosting shows full of art that seems spooky on the surface but is actually a celebration of life through the embrace of death.
Drugs. Alcohol. Prostitution. When life gets too tough, some women seek help at the Walter Hoving Home.
Gina knew her neighbors could hear the abuse from their homes. Yet they did nothing.
Long after leaving a domestic violence situation, a person can still experience trauma, which often manifests in mental health issues.
When an emergency happens, payday loans can quickly produce cash for people without another option. While it can be argued that the payday loan business model is filling a much-needed niche, with interest rates topping 400 percent, it can also be argued they are an expensive way to borrow money. Financial advisers typically caution consumers to use such loans as a last resort and look first at alternative ways of getting cash fast.
Beaming school officials joked that, although there was no playground slide like at Google’s headquarters, the new technology incubator at the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Educational Campus had just about everything else. The campus at 9700 Hillpointe Road saw the grand opening of the 5,000-square-foot, $4 million addition on Sept. 28.