The ideal of great love and meaningful, lifelong union with a chosen mate does not die easily in the human heart. It’s striking, really, how often in my counseling practice a man or woman comes with this presenting issue: I want to be in love. I don’t want to be alone. I don’t want to grow old alone. I want to share my life with someone.
She’s always there for you. She never has a headache, and she never needs a girls’ night out. She’s television. And, in honor of Valentine’s Day, here are 33 reasons to love her right now:
The Women’s Philanthropy Council of the Jewish Federation of Las Vegas presented its 2010 United Luncheon for 300 guests on Feb. 4 at Wynn Las Vegas’ Latour Ballroom. The event supports the Jewish community in Las Vegas, in Israel and wherever Jewish people are in need around the world.
Wings and Wildlife Festival coming to Laughlin
In the beginning of a relationship, hormones and endorphins do the heavy lifting, keeping couples addicted to that high they feel when thinking about or spending time with their sweethearts.
More than 40 percent of Las Vegas households live in apartments, condos and duplexes. Don’t let that keep you from gardening. Your imagination is your only limitation on what you can grow on a balcony or small patio. Let your mini area come alive with vegetables, flowers, herbs, dwarf fruit trees and small shrubs. Here are some guidelines for creating your tiny garden:
Here is a listing of events designed for book lovers. Information is subject to change or cancellation without notice. Additions or changes to this listing must be submitted at least 10 days in advance of Sunday publication to Bookmark, Las Vegas Review-Journal, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125. For more information, call 383-0306.
Here are a few things in news, sports, entertainment and popular culture that we’ve been talking about lately.
Anita Mann was in for a surprise when she saw the first preview of “Viva Elvis.”