The parent company of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in America has announced that it plans to phase out operations, and Jan. 4 will be the last day students can enroll.
Armando Christian Perez, the pop star known globally as Pitbull, attended the groundbreaking ceremony in Henderson Friday morning for SLAM! Academy, the local expansion of Sports Leadership & Management, the Miami-based charter school he helped launch.
When the new mosaic mural was unveiled June 2 at Petersen Elementary School, 3650 Cambridge St., it drew squeals, oohs and aahs from some attendees. The children seemed excited about it, too.
Even Oscar the Grouch won’t be annoyed by this. Kids who watch “Sesame Street” do better in elementary school, according to a new study by two economics professors.
Rancho High School teacher and chef Phillip Dell believes that when life gives you goji berries, dinosaur kale and clotted cream, it’s the perfect Food Network opportunity.
Take a sip for scholarship at UNLVino, Las Vegas’ wine weekend, slated for April 16-18. The event, set to feature celebrity chefs, entertainers, wines, spirits, craft beers and cuisine over three nights, raises funds for UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration.
They say comedy is a funny way of being serious, but whether it’s booking, performing or teaching, Henderson resident Philip Peredo is serious about comedy.
Faith Lutheran High School’s Conservatory of the Fine Arts plans to open its previously senior-only classes to all Las Vegas Valley high school students beginning next school year.
“It’s a real music school,” said Teddi Tarnoff, head of Las Vegas Valley School of Rock locations. “We’re teaching them songs, and they’re learning how to play in a band, but they’re getting as close to a real rock experience as humanly possible.”