PT’s Brewing Co. opened its doors Feb. 10, taking over the building that once housed Tenaya Creek Brewery at 3101 N. Tenaya Way. The move means that PT’s now brews its own beers, including Sean Patrick’s Irish Red, shipped to the company’s Sean Patrick’s Irish Pub & Grille locations.
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It’s been said that being a mother is one of the hardest jobs out there, but while east valley-area resident Stacey Sly admits it can be work, it’s work she loves and cherishes. It may be a lot, but it’s never too much. She speaks with authority. She has been a mother to 14 children over the years — both her own and fostered — and managed to earn three degrees while doing it.
Typically, a mannequin is seen covered in clothing, so seeing one in its fully “nude” state can be a little unusual. Add the artistic embellishment of some of the Las Vegas Valley’s best artists to the mix, and you have something that makes people stop and stare — and, hopefully, support the arts. ArtLIVE!, a charity event combining fashion and art in a showcase to benefit the Las Vegas Fashion Council and 18b Arts District, is scheduled for May 12 at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
Monica Gresser, owner of Brazen Architecture, wanted to know more about the stigma and social impact of mental health issues in Southern Nevada. Her firm has a community focus, and selfishly, Gresser said, she needed to know more about the subject. On April 1, she organized a discussion on mental health as part of her company’s series of community-focused discussions.
Teresa Bell, a 59-year-old League of Women Voters member, recalls the start of her postal service career in 1977 — when women were still considered an exotic species on the job. She and approximately 90 women, plus a few men, attended the discussion group Bursting Boundaries — Women of Vision April 16, presented by nonprofit Women of Diversity Productions Inc. at the Left of Center Gallery, 2207 W. Gowan Road.
The Bonnie Lane Elder Housing Apartments, a new senior housing complex at 2047 Bonnie Lane, was built by a company that has its roots in tragedy — and overcoming the challenges presented by that tragedy. Dan Billmark, director of real estate development for the Minnesota-based Accessible Space Inc, told how ASI was formed at the opening ceremony for the apartments on April 1.
Since 1977, Rainbow’s End, 1100 E. Sahara Ave., No. 120, has been serving a variety of foods to the vegetarian and vegan community in the Las Vegas Valley. While the store is known for its natural supplements, herbs, vitamins and rare vegan finds, its cafe offers a delectable assortment of raw and cooked meals, smoothies and fresh juices.
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Summerlin author Vicki Korn Niggemeyer’s book “Get Creative With Your Family History” provides tips on gathering, preserving and conveying family legacies.
Las Vegas Valley residents’ awards and achievements
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. Contact each individual agency for more information.
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Look for the next caption contest May 12 , 2016 .
Q: I was very interested in a recent article about adding ammonium sulfate to one’s lawn to keep it green. Can I do this all summer long, every eight weeks?
While there are hundreds of stunning slot canyons in our region, most of them are difficult to reach and many require technical skills to explore them. Two of the best, however — tops on my list for being visually stimulating — are pretty easy to access.
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. May 6 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District in downtown Las Vegas, near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
A little pain couldn’t dampen the spirits of east Las Vegas resident Randy Wagner on the morning of April 5. The local casino pit boss was in his 24th hour of golfing at TaylorMade Golf Experience to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The people behind Maverick Aviation Group, a local helicopter company, believe they have met the future of the industry — students from Rancho High School’s aviation maintenance class. On a cold, wet April morning, the company gave nearly 20 students an inside look at what career path they could take.
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