It’s been speculated that payday loan stores have a specific business target: low-income, minority neighborhoods and other at-risk groups. The cycle of debt often created by payday loans for those who already struggle financially has been a concern, but until now no one has mapped out what that looks like in Clark County. Justin Gardner, founder and CEO of Innovative Research and Analysis LLC, decided to take a closer look.
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Local author Alan Geik, a London School of Economics and Political Science graduate who has worked as a radio host and music producer, takes readers through time to World War I-era Boston and New York in his novel “Glenfiddich Inn.”
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View’s editorial cartoon, September 2016
View’s puzzles for Sept. 22, 2016
Q: I have a young, fruiting mulberry and realized too late that it’s planted too close to a wall. When would you recommend is the best time to dig it up and transplant?
When Summerlin resident Adilyn Radwanski was 9 months old, she could have no idea she’d be the impetus for an event to support organizations who help children with cancer.
As much as 26 percent of the U.S. adult population falls victim to telemarketing scams each year, and 57 percent of those people are age 50 or older, according to a 2001 AARP study. Locally, the Metropolitan Police Department investigates roughly 400 to 500 cases each year that fall under “elder abuse,” a blanket term that does not specify the type of crime.
The UNLV Women’s Council advocates for all women on campus. And yet, Mary Riddel, co-chairwoman, said she doesn’t see much activism from students.
When she was younger, Juanita Curiel’s dream was to, one day, record a song in Los Angeles. Only Curiel’s fears where holding her back. As a background singer for Wayne Newton, she sought the help of a hypnotherapist in Las Vegas.