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Co-founder preaches the importance of Burning Man

At his camp, called “The Outback,” at the outer edge of Black Rock City, Michael Mikel cradles his plastic yellow mug on an overcast morning at this year’s festival and reflected on how it all began.

Dogs ruled the pool Saturday at Desert Breeze in Las Vegas

Clark County’s pool season ended with a dog party Saturday morning at the Desert Breeze Aquatic Center. About 260 canines of all ages, sizes and breeds took to the water Saturday morning for the 12th annual Dog Daze of Summer event.

Why 50 years of ‘Star Trek’ is not enough

As the sci-fi franchise reaches its 50th anniversary, fans and observers share why the show, often cheesy, struck a chord and speculate on why we can’t let go.

Bad handwriting could cost doctor his license

Dr. James Gabroy has a sterling record. No malpractice cases, no professional hiccups. Until now. A complaint was made against his penmanship. Though his alleged bad handwriting could cost him his license, on top of the $70,000 he’s already spent defending himself.

Officials say Las Vegas Medical District’s economic vital signs improving

A slow but steady journey with occasional spurts of impressive growth — that’s how Las Vegas Deputy City Manager Scott Adams sees the future of the Las Vegas Medical District now that the UNLV School of Medicine is becoming a reality.

Reclaimed wood rich in history, easy on wallet

Using reclaimed wood in home decor is very popular, whether repurposed from an old farm in Nevada or from a new fire cooling in California.


Sept. 3

Choosing right bed is a very personal decision

Most of us choose a bed design based on our likes, personality and style, which seems perfectly appropriate because studies have found that we spend about a third of our lives in bed. Consequently it goes without saying that your bed should be the most comfortable piece of furniture you own.

Be careful where planting because many desert trees have invasive root systems

Q: I would like to replace a huge mulberry tree in my front yard; roots are very invasive, but the shade is wonderful. We have a west-facing home. I would like to replace it with a small bay laurel for cooking purposes and a shoestring acacia for shade. Are these trees invasive, and would both be too much?