Burritos have become a staple of the American diet, and the Super Burrito, aka Super B, is a large flour tortilla filled with beans, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, choice of meat and pico de gallo salsa.
A new law went into effect Oct. 1 making graffiti-related offenses committed on any designated historic site in Nevada a category C felony, which comes with mandatory jail time. It allows civil lawsuits to be filed against the parents of children 18 or younger if the juveniles have defaced property with graffiti. The property owner now can seek triple damages, plus lawyer fees. The law also addresses counseling and community service.
It takes more than the suspicion of cancer to keep Bill Fayne from show business. He’s pulled together a tribute to Stephen Sondheim, now in his 80s, whose songs graced Broadway.
When I first started dating my husband five years ago, he told me about a conversation he had with a married female friend. He proceeded to tell me that when he spoke to her about me, he reassured her that she was prettier than I was and that she had nothing to worry about.
The Las Vegas Shakespeare Company has chosen to recapture the comedy and magic of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for the 25th anniversary of Henderson’s Shakespeare in the Park. Dan Decker, the artistic director for the Las Vegas Shakespeare Company, said “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is one of Shakespeare’s most accessible plays and features four subplots including the world of the nobles, the star-crossed lovers, the realm of the fairies and the story of the townspeople.
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Fort Haven Thrift Store owner Michael Huff is a firm believer in second chances. He sells used furniture and other goods at his store. He gives war veterans opportunities to work when no one else will hire them. He even offers food to those who are homeless and hungry.
In the early days of the United States’ involvement in World War II, when many Japanese Americans were being sent to internment camps, Clark County Sheriff Gene Ward brought the newly appointed local FBI agent down to meet Yonema “Bill” Tomiyasu, who had lived in the valley a quarter century by then.