To everybody else, the sky is blue.
My other half and I moved to Vegas Valley 10 years ago. He was diagnosed with AIDS and is taking meds and doing great on them — undetectable and his numbers are awesome. Here’s my thing: His attitude slowly but surely is going through the roof even though he should be happy about his T-cell numbers and great checkups. I know that taking all those meds is affecting his thinking and attitude. There is no talking to this man about anything without him saying and causing arguments, then saying the other person is starting it.
Dwight Jones is entering his ninth month as superintendent and faces a $150 million budget deficit. Of the school district’s more than 20,000 seniors, half are not on track to graduate this year. More rigorous curriculum and tougher standardized tests are likely going to lower proficiency scores and the graduation rate in coming years. These problems weigh heavy on Jones’ mind and keep him working late hours.
When Joe Zanelli took over Rocky’s last year, he brought 30 years of hotel and gaming experience. What that means is great service and great food at a great price.
The Bermuda grass quad at the center of Griffith Elementary School has been replaced with desert landscaping and elevated garden beds for student interaction. The $20,000 project was sponsored by the Water Conservation Coalition.
FAMILIA PIZZERIA TO HAND OUT
FREE CANNOLIS SATURDAY
CITY OFFICIALS TO WELCOME
DOWNTOWN FEED FARMERS MARKET
King Ibu from Podor, Senegal, plans to perform original music inspired by the culture and folk music of Senegal during a free public concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Marjorie Barrick Museum at UNLV, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway.