Every second Tuesday, you’ll find Hydrant Club owner Cathy Brooks at Barkyard at the Bunkhouse from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Doggie Date Night from 6 to 9 p.m. Every third Wednesday, she is at the Downtown Container Park.
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Las Vegas literary happenings this week include visits by Obert Skye and Steve Jenkins and an author session with Jennifer Debs.
With the Pacific Ocean, tons of sun, mild temperatures and an unlimited amount of outdoor activities in which to take part, San Diego makes an ideal destination for a short family trip. Or perhaps a romantic one.
BUBBLE RUN PLANNED FOR MARCH 7
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When the sirens are screeching and the bright red and white lights are flashing on emergency vehicles, drivers react in different ways. Some panic and slam on their brakes, while others speed up to try to pass the ambulance.
Many vendors at March’s First Friday will have mini-wheels of fortune to win prizes, $5 art and more. Other highlights include Jana’s Red Room’s opening inside inside the former Trifecta Gallery space inside The Arts Factory.
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NEW EXECUTIVE JOINS LAS VEGAS RECOVERY CENTER
It’s been 25 years since the E Bunny made her first appearance, giving free Easter baskets to local children in need. The community effort has since seen thousands of baskets given away, and founder/coordinator Barbara Kenig said she couldn’t do it without her many volunteers.
Think of your hands and all you do with them. Now, think of experiencing pain in your hand every day. That’s what it’s like to have carpal tunnel.
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On the corner of Tropicana Avenue and Maryland Parkway, nestled next to the hub of UNLV, is Rumbi Island Grill. The eatery evokes a tropical food paradise with a vibrantly painted mural of Hawaii lining the back wall, and brightly colored orchids acting as the centerpiece for the dining room’s wooden tables.
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An unusual visitor came to the valley in early February, and the visit was the talk of the town for bird-watchers.
A local military unit, made up of Summerlin residents and one from Centennial Hills, is set to bring the fight against national hunger to the Las Vegas Valley. The unit plans to pedal its way from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge to Las Vegas, starting in late May, to raise money for Three Square food bank.
At first glance, the Hydrant Club looks like it could be just another dog park, albeit one that is in the heart of downtown and features a working, 15-foot-tall fire hydrant.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from Feb. 26, 2015, View editions.
Instead of gifts for her birthday, second-grader Symphony Devine asked for donations to Lake Mead Christian Academy’s Capital Campaign for the expansion of the North Campus. A donation of $345 was presented to the academy on Jan. 29.
More than 2,400 infants are born prematurely each year in the Las Vegas Valley. The city is now home to the state’s first High Risk Infant Follow-up program in the recently opened Foundation for Positively Kids Neopediatric clinic, 2480 E. Tompkins Ave.
Recent Henderson transplant Bill Kuncewicki drew from his parents’ experiences surviving the terror in Eastern Europe during WWII to write the romantic novella “One Day One Moment One Breath.”
Literary happenings coming up include an event for “Westside School Alumni Stories” and visits by Obert Skye and Steve Jenkins.