Around 6:30 p.m. on the other side of the park, a field isbecomes bombarded with young adults drinking beer while warming up for their weekly game of kickball.
Twenty rooms at the Gateway Motel are set to house art and activist messages during the Greetings From Las Vegas pop-up art event scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. Dec. 5 at the 928 Las Vegas Blvd. South motel. The rooms are set to be converted for one night to exhibition space for artists, designers, activists and community members to showcase visions of a greener, more sustainable Las Vegas Valley. The event is set to include food, beer, live music and burlesque dancers. For more information, visit greetingsfromlv.com.
Like most kids, you love it when someone reads one of your favorite Christmas stories aloud. You probably enjoy singing Christmas carols, too. “The Family Christmas Treasury” will help you do both by including the words to some of those songs you love, along with several holiday story favorites.
Teen entrepreneur Houston Gunn’s visit to sign copies of his book “Schooled for Success: How I Plan to Graduate from High School a Millionaire” is among literary highlights this week.
Paula Jones, who recently retired from working in real estate, was inspired to write “Dalton’s Dream” as a follow-up to compiling her family history into a book.
First Friday, with its ever-changing layout, themes and activities, can be confusing and overwhelming, even for regular attendees.
When Roberta C. Cartwright, the namesake of Cartwright Elementary School, became Clark County’s Teacher of the Year in 1986, she was known as a person who was unafraid of joy in her classroom.
If you’re going to have a heart attack, perhaps Las Vegas is the best place to do it. Firefighterssave 30 percent of cardiac arrest patients, and the national average is 5 percent.
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