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Things to do in Paradise/Downtown

Here’s your guide to downtown and Paradise event highlights including First Friday, Bite at the Museum 2: Back for Seconds, holiday happenings and more.

Cultural hub unites for December to Remember

The Cultural Corridor Coalition is preparing for another holiday-filled December to Remember , with events such as a statue dedication, arts and crafts and the addition of the Las Vegas Shakespeare Company.

Book Briefs

Literary highlights this week include events with Andrew Kiraly, Maxwell Drake, Chris Baughman, Oscar Oswald, Brittany Bronson and Carolyn Schneider.

Literary Las Vegas: Eric Olsen, Glenn Schaeffer and more

Eric Olsen and Glenn Schaeffer worked together to found the International Institute of Modern Letters, based in Las Vegas, and the City of Asylum program for dissident writers. Schaeffer may be better known to some as the 20-year president of Mandalay Resort Group.

Avoid splitting fruits with wood mulch

Question: I have a Washington navel orange which is about four or five years old. The fruit is splitting. What causes this?

Dining pick of the week: Golden Gate

Turkey is still popular in many homes, but for others it’s time to venture out for something other than pumpkin pie. And that means Chinese.

Adults will have to work as a team to help troubled child

I am a 60-year-old grandmother in poor health. My 33-year-old son moved back home with me with his 2½-year-old son. My son is filing for divorce and has no other place to go. His credit is shattered by breaking a lease with a local apartment. The crisis is his toddler son has absolutely no manners. He tells me to “(expletive), Grandma.” He throws things at me. If SpongeBob is on and the program goes to commercial, he screams and throws a nuclear tantrum.

Paralympics Sport Club gatherings give kids chance to test their abilities

The Las Vegas program of the U.S. Paralympics Sport Club, sponsored by the Clark County School District and the city of Las Vegas’ Adaptive Recreation Division, hosted a gathering Nov. 16 at Rancho High School for Clark County School District students with physical disabilities or visual impairments.

Owner shares love of art and music through Goldie’s Studio

Art and music programs may be diminishing throughout the country, but G. Kim Franz, owner of Goldie’s Studio, 598 S. Decatur Blvd., aims to fill this void in Las Vegas.

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