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Springs Preserve festival celebrates black history, culture

Naida Parson, senior pastor at New Antioch Christian Fellowship, had a message for the crowd gathered Saturday at the Springs Preserve’s Black History Month Festival in Las Vegas. Black history should be celebrated over more than just the month of February, she told festival attendees.

 
Seven Magic Mountains may stay longer in Nevada desert

The Nevada Museum of Art is working to keep a popular rock art installation west of the Las Vegas Strip in the state through the rest of year or longer if possible.

 
Basque culture leaves its mark on Nevada

Their numbers may be small, but Basques and their descendants have left an indelible mark on Nevada — so much so that the theme of the 34th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko is “Basques Buckaroos: Herding Cultures of Basin, Range and Beyond.”

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