Step into Downtown Summerlin’s Wonderland Bakery, and you leave the real world behind. The floor sparkles with embedded fairy dust. A miniature train travels a looping track above. On the shelves are shining crowns for little princesses and wands for bestowing wishes.
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As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air. It’s always been in the air for Sun City Summerlin couple Andy and Lee Lawson, ever since the day they met as high school seniors in Arizona. Although their families’ religious differences initially kept them apart, and they both ended up marrying other people, love still found a way to bring them together.
Despite producing the interactive dinner show “Marriage can be Murder,” performers and Henderson residents Jayne and Eric Post promise that they really do love each other.
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Brianna Kesee , a freshman at Palo Verde High School, was accepted into the Stanford Law School Summer Program. The program is offered to high school students who aspire to become lawyers and who have demonstrated academic excellence. Kesee is the daughter of Robert and Charlene Kesee of Las Vegas.
When Dr. Tony Chin moved to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago, he said there were about four acute rehabilitation facilities in the valley.
Like her “Love Target” protagonist, Nevada author Heidi Loeb Hegerich was an underage Las Vegas showgirl in the ’50s and swinging ’60s.
Literary happenings coming up include Lee Mallory’s Gateway to Love, the the third annual Love for Literacy Festival and the launch of “Atomic Dreams at the Red Tiki Lounge.”
For any adult who’s too young to remember Loving v. Virginia (or any child who wasn’t born then), “The Case for Loving” is a very informative, eye-opening book.
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Readers, my hat is off to you guys. Congratulations on a job well done. It seems that a lot of you are passionate about golf. Also evident is that many of you are equally passionate about the Coyote Springs Golf Course. Responses to a recent column about how Coyote Springs might increase its profile and attract more golfers ran the gamut. And, if you recall, the best would win a round of golf with yours truly (a truly unique experience, to be sure).
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Being entrusted with other companies’ Internet cloud data isn’t a task Summerlin-area Cobalt Data Centers takes lightly. Its high-tech security efforts include retina scanners and Kevlar-reinforced exterior walls. Being in the desert — far from natural diasasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes and not having a nuclear plant nearby — also makes Las Vegas a desirable location for cloud data storage.
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For a school that stresses academics, The Meadows School has an art program that is making an impact of its own. Six of its students were art award recipients in the recent Scholastic Art & Writing Awards., with their work set to be displayed this month at the Springs Preserve.
Toys 4 Smiles was founded to extend the kindness of strangers to children in need by crafting simple wooden toy vehicles for schoolchildren in low-income areas. In December, it completed its 200,000th toy, but the group is in need as well. It’s hoping to find a benefactor who can ease the strain of its operating on the financial edge by donating workshop space.
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Sometimes you just want pizza now, but you don’t want to settle for a slice that’s been living under a heat lamp. Pieology Pizzeria solves this dilemma by offering patrons the chance to select toppings for a custom freshly baked, personal-sized pie much like you would at your favorite sandwich shop.