A four-hour Second Saturday event every second Saturday of the month offers access to financial planning, family therapy, mediation and legal counsel to help valley residents deal with divorce.
Since back when I was a priest, and today as a professional counselor, people buy me little, popular wisdom books for Christmas. By “little” I mean small. Sometimes as small in dimension as a CD and not much thicker. By “popular” I mean the book is written by someone who has been a guest on “Oprah.”
Angela Urquiaga helps feed, clothe and look after hundreds of kids every day. They may not all be her biological children, but she treats them that way.
View reviews some of the noteable education stories from last year.
My Haley, who lives in the Whitney area on the outskirts of Henderson, is known for collaborations with her late husband Alex Haley, who wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning book “Roots: The Saga of an American Family,” which chronicled his ancestors through life in Africa, the Middle Passage, American slavery and emancipation.
My Haley is expected to release her most recent work, “The Treason of Mary Louvestre,” in February. Once again following black life during the Civil War era, the book is based on the true story of a slave.
At the Henderson-based Lion Habitat Ranch, 382 E. Bruner Drive, people have a chance to see – or potentially hold and even train – more than 40 lions.
The lions had been at the MGM Grand until January 2012.
The eight-week session is set for Jan. 28 through March 22 at the West Las Vegas Library, 951 W. Lake Mead Blvd.