Feral Tale Theatricals: The comedy "The Explorers Club" by playwright Nell Benjamin
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On June 2, the Las Vegas Emblem Club No. 114, a community service organization, awarded its first scholarship to two Clark County high school seniors: Hannah Borguilla from Southwest Career and Technology Academy and Cassidy Nicole Campbell from Cowan Sunset High School. Borguilla is the daughter of Anthony and Virginia Bruce of Las Vegas, and Campbell is the daughter of Debra Campbell of Las Vegas.
View Neighborhood Newspapers editorial cartoon, June 25, 2015, by F. Andrew Taylor.
The quiet shopping center along Lake Jacqueline in Desert Shores has three new eateries: Isabela’s Seafood, Tapas & Grill; Republic Kitchen & Bar; and the upcoming Soho Pizza. All three share the same address: 2620 Regatta Drive, Suite 118. Together, they take up about 20,000 square feet, with more than 5,000 of it as dining area.
Brook Wilson and countless other neighbors are tired of seeing broken glass on the sides of their streets in the Grand Entries neighborhood at Tenaya Way and West Tropical Parkway in the northwest valley.
Comedy legend Marty Allen packs his 93 years of life and limelight experience into the illustrated biography “Hello Dere!”
Las Vegas literary happenings this week include the launch of a new monthly focus on local author books at The Writer’s Block.
Even kids who are brimming with self-confidence will understand how Fergus Pig feels when presented with someone who seems to outshine him.
After five years, they’re back. The Keating name will again take the stage July 8 at the Starbright Theatre. This time 24-year-old singer Joshua Keating is headlining the show, backed up by his father and brother in a nine-piece band.
Summertime is here, and that means Fourth of July is just around the corner.
Givens Elementary School coordinated with volunteers from the Tournament of Kings at Excalibur to host a celebration for its graduating fifth-graders June 3.
Getting to Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, takes a little more time and trouble than some weekend jaunts, but the rewards are also a little bigger. You’ll not only see three of the nation’s most impressive natural bridges, but on the way there, you will see some more of the Southwest’s most spectacular scenery.
The newest innovation to hit ophthalmology is something that photographers have known for a long time: Decreasing the aperture (opening) of the lens creates a deeper depth of field. So it’s fitting that the new method for helping people see a better variety of distances was named Kamra.
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
WASHINGTON AVENUE PROJECT TO INCLUDE NEW BICYCLE LANES, ROAD IMPROVEMENTS
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We exited the 215 Beltway onto West Cheyenne Avenue with the expectation of moving into the right lane, heading east. That’s the lane used to bypass most traffic lights; the lane that allows vehicles steady movement. Big mistake. Orange road cones blocked off the entire right lane for as far as the eye could see.
Readers respond to Herb Jaffe’s Summerlin Area View column on Cashman Field.
View rounds up education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley, including school news and scholarship information.
There are a lot of fast-casual places where you have to sacrifice some flavor and quality for a speedier meal. Crazy Pita Rotisserie & Grill is not one of those places.
Social Bistro & Wine Bar brings a sense of California to the Las Vegas suburbs and Tivoli Village. Inside, diners will find contemporary chic elements such as a granite bar, dark wood flooring, vanilla-colored padded seats and, on the TV wall, some sparkling bling.
Whoever Coco is, she knows how to make a mean doughnut.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.