Valentine's Day is Sunday, so View continues its tradition of bringing readers stories of their friends and neighbors who found the right person for them.
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Tableside meat carving is a long-held tradition for some people, but there's more behind its origin than one might imagine.
Pancho's Mexican Restaurant is known for its 50-year presence in swanky Manhattan Beach, Calif. It brought its cuisine — and Southern California prices — to Downtown Summerlin in fall 2015.
Catering company Cut and Taste chefs Jeremy Jordan, Adam Pusateri and Alex Barnett are set to host the four-course pork tasting Valentine's Day event at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at Forte European Tapas Bar + Bistro.
Looking for somewhere to celebrate the Year of the Monkey? You don't have to book a trip to Asia — Las Vegas is full of plenty of offerings, from Chinatown to The Linq.
As That Adopted Girl, Juliana Whitney has been trying to dispel the stigma of adoption by letting kids know that they are special and loved and helping them to be empowered.
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. Feb. 5 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District in downtown Las Vegas.
The next installment in the In Its Entirety Concert Series is set to feature Miller & Doobies with Steve Miller Band's Greatest Hits and the best of The Doobie Brothers at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5 in Rocks Lounge at Red Rock Resort.
Twice now, southwest Las Vegas has served as a launching point for the return of the Vegas PBS program "Outdoor Nevada."
Benjamin Fleming, 10, and Chema Estreller, 8, rushed to strategically move pawns, rooks, knights, castles and queens, always with an eye to defending the king, as they faced off across a checkered board at the Las Vegas Chess Center.
Some people take a lifetime to discover their true purpose. Summerlin-area resident Julianne Macaspac is only 26, but she's already found her life's passion: helping disadvantaged schoolchildren.
It's never too early to aim for the skies and let your expectations soar. All it takes is hard work and tenacity.
Zion National Park is the default destination for many Southern Nevadans who require frequent doses of wilderness, but in winter, snow and ice sometimes make its best-known trails too dangerous to hike.
Boulder Highway looks simultaneously like what it once was — the biggest, fastest route out of town heading southeast — and what it is now: a commercial road linking homes and commercial spaces.
Alejandra Matheu-Rios of Henderson, a student at the College of Southern Nevada High School, was the only Nevada student selected by the Grammy Foundation to participate in the Grammy Camp — Jazz Session program during Grammy Week 2016.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
Desert Shores resident Douglas Schoeffler is out to make bicycle riders out of even those not in cycling shape. The answer: the electric bicycle.
Two wrongs don't make a right. You've grown up hearing that, and it barely makes sense. Two wrongs actually just make things worse, and there's nothing correct about that.
Local author s. h. montgomery grew up in Texas and lived in Chicago for 30 years before moving to Las Vegas in 2003.
Author Logan Hebner and photographer Michael Plyler plan to talk about their book "Southern Paiute: A Portrait" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Jan. 28 at The Writer's Block, 1020 Fremont St.
A job fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 28 inside the Ravello Lounge at The M Resort, 12300 Las Vegas Blvd. South.
The city of Las Vegas and members of the Las Vegas Medical District's key anchors recently announced the launch of a new medical community website.