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As soon as you enter Curry Leaf Flavors of India, breathe in the scents — this as a place for those who love Indian cooking.
Eduardo Barahas and his family opened Las Tarascas Michoacanas Mexican Restaurant a little over a month ago. It's named for the Fuente de las Tarascas, a trio of stone women bearing a heaping platter of fruit.
Henderson residents can now experience Italy without packing a single bag or purchasing an expensive airline ticket.
Panevino Italian Grille plans Southern Italy wine dinner for Aug. 27
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Not every fashion designer has her first fashion show at the ripe old age of 10, but thanks to Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada and several local fashion entities, that's exactly what Milene Hernandez is doing.
Twenty-nine years ago, a group of people concerned about the growing HIV/AIDS situation — who wanted to help members of the community dealing with spiraling treatment costs and other challenges — threw a little backyard party in Green Valley to raise funds and awareness about the situation.
Being dead before the show starts doesn't stop the central character of "Death is a Drag" from having a lively role.
Clark County students are set to start fresh when school begins next week, but many east valley schools are still struggling to rebound from recent ratings that indicated they were on the lower end of the performance scale for the valley.
Elaina Bhattacharyya's office plant and her printer sat atop a small stack of moving crates July 31 inside the James E. and Beverly Rogers Student Center, one of two new buildings at Nevada State College.
There ain't no mountain high enough to keep Henderson resident Robin Brown off his bicycle.
In no other area is economic revival more prevalent than in the northwest edge of the valley.
It's been a favorite of many northwest locals for 15 years. Now, Tenaya Creek Brewery plans to close the property across from MountainView Hospital. The location features a pub of fewer than 1,000 square feet with video poker machines embedded in the bartop. The remainder of the building is devoted to making and distributing beer, visible through glass doors.
Alice Reid was born during the second summer of World War I, but she and her husband didn't move to Las Vegas until the the summer of "Star Wars," in 1977.
He learned of a need and decided to make it the focus of his entry into a national science competition. Now, Zane Pasha, 13, has been named the Nevada State Merit Winner in the 2015 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.
As technology becomes increasingly omnipresent, some people have begun to ask if we own our technology or if it owns us. For some of us, has technology become an addiction?
Just like toppling a domino, touching someone triggers a complex chain reaction that can foster healing.
Perhaps it's the remoteness of the location that draws visitors to Sunrise Trailhead. It was designed to accommodate picnickers, hikers and horseback riders, with parking specially designed for horse trailers. But what it seems to attract lately is vandals.
In a continual effort to alleviate traffic in the thriving area of the northwest valley, Phase 3A of the U.S. 95 Northwest Corridor Improvements Project celebrated its groundbreaking Aug. 6.
Kershaw-Ryan State Park, just outside of Caliente in neighboring Lincoln County, makes a great summer destination for a day trip or to camp. This oasis in the desert, with elevations ranging from 4,312 to 5,080, offers temperatures 10 to 15 degrees cooler than in Las Vegas and features lush vegetation, hiking trails and even a spring-fed wading pool.
Thomas Larkin was more than a friend, he was a brother to Chicago private investigator Adrian Cain. It was Larkin, a gifted psychologist, who helped Cain face the demons lurking in his mind, remnants of his time as a Marine in Afghanistan. One of those demons, a ghost Cain thought he'd sent to a well-deserved hell himself, returns with a dark agenda in Las Vegas author Eddie Lee's sci-fi thriller "Nemesis." Lee is scheduled to speak as part of the Desert Author Series from 2:30 to 3:20 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Sahara West Library, 9600 W. Sahara Ave. Lee also plans to sign copies of his science fiction thriller "Nemesis" at 1 p.m. Sept. 19 at the 2191 N. Rainbow Blvd. Barnes & Noble.
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