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Shops seek new fans on Free Comic Book Day

Las Vegas is home to an impressive 17 comic shops, and on Saturday, every one is participating in Free Comic Book Day.

Support group reaches out to parents of special needs kids

Summerlin Hospital Medical Center recently began offering a monthly support group for parents and caregivers of children with serious medical conditions.

Summerlin artist is reality TV’s go-to leather guy

If you’re a fan of the History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” or “Counting Cars,” chances are you’ve seen Steve Gilworth on TV, or at least his work. Gilworth, 61 and a Summerlin resident, is the owner/operator of Hammered Hide Leatherworks.

Artist shares story of how he became inspired with students

There were no techniques taught in this April 10 art class at Innovations International Charter School of Nevada. Students were learning more important things from guest teacher and professional artist Alexander P. Huerta.

Dining Pick of the Week: Genghis Grill

According to legend, 12th-century Mongol warriors heated their shields over open fires to grill food in the fields of battle. The food became known as Mongolian stir-fry, and you can do the same as you build your own bowl in a colorful, interactive, exhibition-style cooking setting.

Favorite Sons & Daughters

Hannah Courser, a sophomore at Valley High School, raised $1,000 for Project 150, a charity dedicated to helping homeless, displaced and disadvantaged students at 15 Southern Nevada high schools.

Recreation briefs

Check out recreational things to do in and around the valley

A la Carte, April 30-May 6

Read about dining-related events and promotions across the Las Vegas Valley.

Employees say goodbye to Gold Spike as it closes its doors

Ask any of the Gold Spike’s former employees and they will all say the same thing : Time spent at the now-shuttered casino was like being a part of one big, happy family.

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