When it comes to watching one’s waistline, the holidays can sabotage the best of intentions.
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Popcorn is no longer just for movie outings thanks in part to gourmet popcorn shop Popped, 9480 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 110.
From serving Mexican food to singing La Cucaracha on the guitar, retired language teacher Dr. J. Marlan Walker is a Henderson legend. Well-respected throughout the community, it only made sense when former students, family and friends nominated Walker for an elementary school namesake.
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Henderson calendar highlights include the arrival of Santa at the Galleria at Sunset mall and a Henderson Veterans Day ceremony.
Literary happenings this week include signings by rock legend Gene Simmons, Gina Moreno Wilson, Steven Grogan, Rena Kopstenski and Nancy Nelson.
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With the cooler weather, more people are enjoying outdoor activities. One of the easiest in which to participate is hiking.
HONOR RIDE LAS VEGAS PLANNED NOV. 8
Don’t think that this book is only filled with gratuitous farts-are-funny pages. Yes, there’s that in here, but it also aims to inform. Kids who read this book will learn a thing or two about biology, and they’ll be delighted by the accompanying giggle-making illustrations.
Brent Thurman Way is a frontage road just off the 215 Beltway between Sunset Road and Tropicana Avenue. In 2008, it was named for Brent Cullen Thurman, who died while competing in the 1994 National Finals Rodeo.
Since Town Square Las Vegas opened almost seven years ago, it has hosted many charity runs and walks. That tradition continues Nov. 8 with the second annual One Run event, benefiting six charities.
Air Force Airman Shaun M. Miller graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. He is a 2013 graduate of Sunrise Mountain High School.
Early Las Vegas civil rights leader James A. “Jimmy” Gay III was honored by having the first star on the Garden of Dreams dedicated in his honor Sept. 25.
The Las Vegas Burlesque Festival was started last year by local burlesque performer Cha Cha Velour, who teaches classes at her Las Vegas Burlesque Studio.
The Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada has a new tool to help children dealing with cancer: the Engelstad Family Foundation Play Therapy Room.
Seemingly harmless, cellphone use at fitness facilities raises privacy issues and adds to the debate on whether they should be permitted inside such places.
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DRIVER’S EDGE PROGRAM GETS $30,000 BOOST
Health care options are expanding in the Las Vegas Valley thanks to Touro University Nevada, which expanded its health clinic and added a new active aging center this year.
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