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County commissioner Brown still waiting for ethics panel ruling

Clark County Commissioner Larry Brown says he is not trying to be coy about avoiding public comments on the Las Vegas 51s’ pitch for a new publicly subsidized ballpark in Summerlin.

ExporTech trains local businesses to export goods

Popcorn Girl, Pipeline Pacific, Innova Technologies and Sable Systems are participating in ExporTech and attending three daylong seminars once a month through April to develop a simple, actionable international growth plan.

Book Briefs for Feb. 11-17, 2014

Literary highlights this week include a Las Vegas Romance Writers Conference and a visit by author Leni Zumas, who is scheduled to speak as part of the Black Mountain Institute’s Emerging Writers Series.

Silver Statesmen to deliver singing valentine telegrams

The Silver Statesmen Barbershop Chorus plan to offer singing valentines Feb. 14-16. Teams of barbershop quartets hope to fan out over the valley and sing to hundreds of sweethearts.

Las Vegas Academy prepares to premiere ‘In the Heights’

“I think the interesting thing about the music for (Into the Heights) is that it’s predominantly rapping and hip-hop, which is very different from the traditional musical theater style,” said theater instructor Megan Ahern, who is directing the show at Las Vegas Academy, a public arts magnet high school. “It’s set in present-day Washington Heights (a neighborhood in New York City). It’s very urban-looking and all the dancing is hip-hop and salsa at its base because it’s a Hispanic community. We think it will be fun for the audience, something they haven’t seen before.”

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