Jumping on boxes, fast presses and pullups, why would anyone bother?
On this morning I did it again. And I did it even after talking with Kelly Thomas Boyers the day before.
It looks like the sort of oversized pencil a first-grader might use in learning how to print, albeit one that’s more colorful, a lot thicker and goofier in appearance.
The Pomegranate Arts and Crafts Festival, a popular autumn event in Southern Nevada for the past 18 years, will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 1 and 2 at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale.
Print is dead? Readers have just up and disappeared? If so, that’ll be some crowd of enthusiastic mourners and MIA bibliophiles crowding the 12th annual Vegas Valley Book Festival, which runs Wednesday through Saturday.
Hae Un Lee, chairman, CEO and founder of Lee’s Discount Liquor, was honored during the Las Vegas Business Academy’s second annual scholarship fundraising dinner recently at Red Rock Resort.
Dear Savvy Senior: Can you write a column on RV travel for beginners? My husband and I will be retiring in a few years and have always thought it would be fun to spend some of our time traveling around the country in an RV. What can you tell us? — Ready to Retire
Watching the opening number of “Fantasy” the other night, I realized at least one thing hasn’t changed over the years: They still dance on lighted staircases.