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Dining pick of the week: Siri Thai

There can never be too many good Thai restaurants, with the emphasis on good. And good means pad Thai, kar nom jeap, pad kee mou and kang dang.

RagTag helps bring the performing arts to Las Vegas with new productions

When RagTag Entertainment started three years ago in Las Vegas, its goal was to impact the arts culture by offering productions that are available and affordable for everyone. Andrew Wright, founder of RagTag, said that in 2011, the group offered nearly 30 productions around the city and challenged the thought that there is no culture in Las Vegas.

Couple perplexed by abrupt end to friendship

About two years ago, a friend of my husband’s informed us that he had divorced his wife and was now very happy with a new lady in his life. We met for dinner, and the four of us got along tremendously. We became friends as couples, as well as my becoming friends with his new lady, who became his wife.

School board trustee takes time out for parents’ concerns

Parents had a chance to take their concerns, big and small, straight to Clark County School Board Trustee Lorraine Alderman at a recent open forum, Making Connections, at the East Las Vegas Community/Senior Center.

Adorned utility boxes infuse Cambridge with public art

Artists for the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department’s Zap! 4 project may be finished with their masterpieces, but the lifeline of these works extends far beyond the Oct. 22 completion date.

Thanksgiving and Christmas programs assist residents during season

A dozen people stand in line outside HELP of Southern Nevada, 1640 E. Flamingo Road, at 8 a.m. one day just a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving. They’re a small fraction of the thousands who are seeking assistance from the non profit organization this holiday season.

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Law to help douse odds of school bus fires

Beginning in 2014, all Clark County School District buses must meet new safety standards in accordance with a state law passed last summer.

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