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Rancho Circle boasts rich history, possible comeback

If you were a youngster in the 1950s and 1960s, Rancho Circle was viewed as the neighborhood where money grew on trees. The place to go for the best Halloween treats. Now it is in comeback mode with a new generation.

8 ways to decrease holiday stress

Despite songs written to tell us “It’s the hap -happiest season of all,” stress levels can skyrocket this time of year. It is important to keep stress in check so we maximize our enjoyment during the holiday season.

Marker honoring Garces, first European in Nevada, back after 15 years

“It’s not often that you can say the first non-Native American to pass through a state was a Catholic priest, so that’s one reason for my passion,” said Monsignor Gregory Gordon, pastor of St. Anne Catholic Church, who spearheaded a drive to replace a historical state marker honoring the priest’s place in Nevada history, which went MIA 15 years ago.

Ambitious projects build adoption awareness

As someone who is adopted, 25-year-old Whitney hopes to garner awareness through constantly speaking out on the subject.

14 ridiculous hotel amenities

Hotel amenities these days are as much a ploy to get you to gush about them to your friends back home as they are to make your stay comfortable. This list of over-the-top hotel amenities is worth bringing up because each is a rare one-off, not available in all sizes.

Homemade Memories

They just don’t make holiday decorations like they used to.

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Add sparkle to your holiday decor with these design tips

The holiday season is truly about entertaining and going all out. So why not add a little bit of sparkle and bling while still being true to the traditional spirit often associated with the holiday decor? When it comes to being creative, I suggest experimenting with some new materials this holiday season such as materials that have high sheen, tactile materials, reflective surfaces and nontraditional color palettes such as black and white.

Ikebana: Japanese art of flower arranging meets holiday decor

Holiday decorations in the U.S. are often symmetrical: Two candles on either side of the mantel, a round wreath in the center of the door, a centerpiece with matching sprigs of holly and pine on each side.

True glue advice to keep vinyl flooring in place

Q: I have vinyl-sheet flooring in my bathroom. It’s curling up in several places and looks terrible. Is there a way to make it stay down?