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New show lets pair keep skin in game

“Peepshow” is set to close today. But fear not, fans of topless casino entertainment. Angela Stabile is watching out for you.

Navigating health insurance exchanges

Dear Savvy Senior: At age 62, I will be retiring at the end of the year and plan to enroll in a health insurance exchange until my Medicare kicks in. Can you advise me on choosing a plan? — Almost Retired

Off to write my next chapter

“Hi! as you know my name is Xazmin Garza. I’m 11 years old. I’m in the sixth grade. …”

27th annual Black and White Party arrives

The Black and White Party, a signature social event for Aid for Aids of Nevada, took place Aug. 24 at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Depression is an illness, not a character flaw

The numbers are unprecedented. Our ancestors had good days and bad days, I’m sure. But no way did they suffer from clinical depression as often as we moderns do.

Monument Valley a Western treasure

Monument Valley is a spellbinding landscape, instantly recognizable from hundreds of movies, advertisements and calendar scenes.

Saint’s relics inspire faithful

Overwhelmed by the moment, Jenny Montoya pressed her hand to her heart and prayed. She thanked God for this day and for the St. Therese Center for HIV Outreach, where she has volunteered for the past year.

2-tone lobster, orange and brown, shown in Maine

Maine has seen its share of blue lobsters, orange lobsters, albino lobsters and calico lobsters. But one on display at a Portland research facility has all of those turning green with envy.

Tennis WerX opens second teaching facility in northwest

Having opened its first location last year in Henderson, Tennis WerX, an indoor tennis teaching facility, has opened a second site at 2651 Crimson Canyon Drive. The high-energy instruction includes social skills for kids.

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