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Michele Kane says she has the recipe for success. Make that, more than a dozen recipes. Kane, a former TV news anchor, launched her own brand of cookies, Mrs. Kane’s Cookies, in May.
What better way to herald the fall weather than with the cool sounds of jazz? The outdoor Las Vegas Jazz Festival is planned for Sept. 19-21 on the grounds of the JW Marriott.
Trade schools provide the textbook learning for various crafts. But it’s real-world, hands-on experience that can further that teaching. To see computer technician students get a leg-up, John Sinchak, owner/operator of TLC Computer Solutions, included an internship program in his business plan. It’s his way of giving back.
Read about news and events from across the Summerlin area.
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
The owner of Thai Thai began his career in the U.S. as a kitchen helper. He since has opened three restaurants, won awards and is now taking traditional Thai food to the next level.
OK, so let’s get things straight right away: You won’t be going to Chicken & Grill for the ambience. The little eatery on the northeast corner of Alexander Road and Tenaya Way is wedged into a nondescript strip mall.
Made L.V. American Tavern is the latest culinary venture to open in Tivoli Village, taking over the space formerly occupied by Bradley Ogden’s Hops & Harvest.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Mike Miller has drawn his last cartoon for View. He spoke recently from a hospice in Southern California and was in good spirits.
Las Vegas-based chiropractor Donald A. Ozello insists, “Running-associated injuries are preventable and manageable with smart training principles, proper warm-up, quality footwear, overall body conditioning, a thorough cool-down and intelligent nutritional and supplementation strategies.”
Pups and their owners file into the Sincity Dogs Flyball Team’s practice hall on a Wednesday night. Suddenly the space is full of barking, the sound echoing from every corner of the room. This is where the friendly canines gather to blow off steam and show off their agility.
After being an educator for nearly 50 years, Centennial Hills High School’s first principal left her mark on hundreds of students and educators throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
A cacophony of giggles and singing radiates from the room where two girls and their music teacher disconnect from the rest of the world for 30 minutes.
For the last eight years, Marie Tomao has been sending teens to the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in San Diego County, Calif., for the Devil Pups program, a rigorous leadership and physical training regimen that culminates in a grueling climb up Old Smokey.
Stepping into his Clark County School District office, it’s not hard to know where Jeffrey Horn transferred from just by looking at the decor. With Gator pens, hats, photos and statues, the Henderson resident’s pride in Green Valley High School runs deep. After a 23-year run as teacher and administrator at the school, Horn now serves as an assistant chief student achievement officer for Performance Zone 10.
Every year, Lee Canyon on Mount Charleston offers senior citizens an opportunity to relive memories of their youth or create new memories around the campfire.
It’s uncommon for one roadway to be named for another, but such is the case for Arrowhead Trail near Horizon and College drives.
If you enjoy bonding and exercising with your dog but hate taking mundane walks, the city of Henderson has a solution.
Look for the next caption contest in the Sept. 11, 2014, View editions.
Find things to do across the Summerlin area.