Las Vegas author J. C. Mells mixes insanity and urban fantasy in her novel “Pierced.”
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Among this week’s event highlights: Bob Miller plans a signing, and Monica Hatley-Carr plans a children’s program.
Events this week include a Barbershop Harmony Society convention and competition and a Ward 5 Coffee with the Councilman.
CELEBRATE PARKS AND RECREATION MONTH WITH EDUCATIONAL EVENTS
Imagine what life was like a thousand years ago. As with Grandpa’s “good old days,” you wouldn’t want to go back there – and in “Off with Their Heads!” by Martin Oliver, illustrated by Andrew Pinder, you’ll find out why.
A litter of newborn pups shared Jesus’ stable and his birthday. Shortly after birth, one of the six miraculously opened his eyes, struggled to reach Mary’s feet and nudged his way between mother and newborn child.
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Susan Lednicky was recognized as an honorary life member of the American Culinary Federation Chefs Las Vegas for her dedication to the organization and Chefs for Kids program. Lednicky is program officer for the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension and chairwoman for the Chefs for Kids program’s annual dinner and auction. The program is a partnership between the cooperative extension and ACF Chefs Las Vegas.
The Fourth of July falls on a Friday this year, meaning more time for fun as many residents enjoy a long holiday weekend. Along with the parade in Summerlin, pool events and a fireworks show are planned.
In a family-owned business, it’s custom to treat customers like part of the family. And for the employees of Tobin Hearing Center, there’s nothing more important than doing so. The business, 4815 W. Russell Road, has operated under three generations since 1945.
To some, Suzuki means a car; to others, it’s an electric keyboard. To Cynthia Man, a resident of northwest Las Vegas, it means hearing music played by young musicians. Man is the artistic director of the Desert Suzuki Institute, which instructs young students in violin, piano and flute.
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Cheffini’s Hot Dogs aren’t your average hot dogs. Here, instead of ketchup and mustard, standard toppings are Bacon Bits, pineapple sauce, caramelized onions and seaweed.
In 1967, Caesars Palace was open less than a year, Muhammad Ali had just been stripped of his heavyweight boxing title, Siegfried and Roy performed in Las Vegas for the first time and a family-run company called Cashman Photo Enterprises opened in Las Vegas.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from June 26, 2014, View editions.
Summerlin author Jennifer Debs said she wrote her memoir of military service, “Back in Two Weeks,” “to encourage the younger generation, especially women, to chase a dream no matter how hard it is.”
Twenty-six semesters, four proms, countless teachers, and you’ve graduated high school, but you’re still not done with school. Much as you wish you were, it’ll be awhile before you get your hands on your next diploma. But don’t be too eager. The secondary-education years are time to prepare and explore and, says Hailey Bondy, there are still “77 Things You Absolutely Have to Do Before You Finish College.”
Find fun things to do in your neighborhood from a performance by The Phat Pack to dive in movies at the Cosmopolitan.
Among this week’s event highlights: The Fierce Reads book tour featuring Leigh Bardugo, Jessica Brody, Mary Pearson, Josephine Angelini and Caragh O’Brien is scheduled to make a stop at the 2191 N. Rainbow Blvd. Barnes & Noble.
Before the weather gets any hotter in our region, a good place for a short hike might be Mojave National Preserve in California just south of the Nevada border. One you might try is the Rock Spring Loop, which boasts a historic stone house, the site of a 19th-century Army post, a natural spring and American Indian petroglyphs.
This column may cause some problems. Especially for those of you with challenged memories. Like me. But in the end, I promise a heartwarming saga about those of us who love the game of golf.