Advancements in medicine can make it seem as though early detection of breast cancer is no longer so vital. But it is, and to help remind women to get an annual diagnostic exam, a Mammos & Mimosas event is planned for Oct. 11 at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center.
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Tim Lam , executive director of The International School of Hospitality, and Donnell Bayot , the school’s director of academic affairs, have been elected to the board of the National Association for Catering and Events. Lam was named president-elect, and Bayot was named second vice president.
In a cool room protected from the 90-degree weather of Las Vegas stands North Las Vegas Flotilla Cmdr. Barry Keller, encouraging people to join the Metro Las Vegas Flotilla of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
PROGRAM TO EDUCATE SENIORS ABOUT BUS ROUTES
Sun City Summerlin is adding more brown to its landscaping. The retirement community is taking a proactive stance on water use in light of the drought.
Where your olive oil comes from doesn’t matter as much as when it was picked (green off the tree) and how it was processed (two to four hours after harvest). So says Mercedes Burkavage, who co-owns Big Horn Olive Oil Company, a retail olive oil and balsamic tasting room that recently opened its first Las Vegas location at 2110 N. Rampart Blvd.
Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School, 2015 S. Hualapi Way, opened its new Crusader Competition Center Aug. 20 with a schoolwide chapel and assembly.
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
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Imagine living in these surroundings: No Summerlin Parkway, no Anasazi Drive, no Suncoast, no JW Marriott, no Summerlin Library, no Summerlin post office and no Summerlin Hospital. Indeed, it will all be recalled by some and rededicated by others starting Oct. 1, when Sun City begins the celebration of its 25th anniversary.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
Jamms Restaurant is tucked into an aging strip mall at Rainbow and Charleston boulevards, but what it lacks in curb appeal, it more than makes up for with its homestyle cooking and friendly service.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Some people look forward to going to work each day. They’re not crazy — they’ve just found the occupation that is, for them, a “dream job.” View spoke with a baker, a hot air balloon pilot and a Bureau of Land Management ranger about what makes their jobs so special.
Four-year-old Bailey Stevens was born a fighter. After being diagnosed with a life-threatening bacteria at 4 days old, Bailey continued to beat the odds while being cared for at Spring Valley Hospital.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from Aug. 28, 2014, View editions.
Youths will have a chance to demonstrate kickflips, the whiplash, bunny hops and more to a group of professionals at the first city-sponsored action sports event at Craig Ranch Regional Park.
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Literary events this week include the opening of the “BAM! It’s a Picture Book: The Art Behind Graphic Novels” exhibit and a signing for “Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days.”
Your parents are lucky to have you around.
Written as a letter to incoming educators, local author Travis Bowker shares his story and strategies for teaching success in “What Teaching Has Taught Me.”
In the interest of journalistic integrity, I’ll be frank: I am a person of dubious character. A deviant, so to speak. Of course, you say, he’s a golfer. I’ll also admit to enjoying a glass (or two) of wine on occasion. I’ll also admit I love to play video poker without budgetary concerns. I also drink milk straight from the container out of the refrigerator. Who’s perfect?