Q: I bought a gardenia from Costco a month or so ago. It looks robust, with green, shiny leaves. I placed the pot in front of my house so it gets sunlight in the morning and shaded in the afternoon. I water it every day. When the buds get big but before they bloom, they wilt and fall off.
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Crimebusters! took place at the Veterans Tribute Career Techincal Academy, 2531 Vegas Drive, on May 2 and showed kids and their parents how to not only extract DNA from a strawberry but how facial reconstruction is used to help identify victims from skeletal remains, how to dust for fingerprints, how to use a microscope and several other ways science helps investigators solve crimes.
From needleless shots to shock waves used to advance wound care, modern-day technology is influencing all aspects of health care.
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Have a cold one: PT’s has opened its first brewery, and it has plenty of food to complement the beer.
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The Henderson Symphony Orchestra plans to name a new permanent conductor by July. Candidates have been interviewing with board members and filling in as guest conductors at various concerts. The orchestra received about 54 applicants and whittled it to four: two locals and two from out of town.
For 20 years, it’s been known as “the place” to go for bagels. Savvas Andrews, owner/operator of The Bagel Cafe, 301 N. Buffalo Drive, said part of the business’ longevity was because he insists on consistency. He said a bagel made 20 years ago would taste the same as one made today.
Behind the Red Shield tours at The Salvation Army’s Social Services Campus let those who work to aid the homeless show the behind-the-scenes efforts of the operation. The next tour is set for May 19.
Northwest resident Melinda Munson does not consider herself, or her husband Paul, exceptional. She believes that anyone in their shoes would do what they are doing, no questions asked. The reality is not everyone would be able to take care of children with special needs — or especially go out of their way to adopt them.