After Lakers rookie Julius Randle left his NBA debut strapped to a wheeled stretcher with a broken right leg, every player at Staples Center gained a sober perspective on the season opener.
Nevada officials must be exceptionally protective of the state’s image. Las Vegas, especially, is a global tourist destination. Dumb policies and practices lead to bad visitor experiences, which hurt the Nevada brand.
Next week’s midterm elections are a referendum on the Obama administration’s six years of domestic and foreign policy failures. One issue is especially emblematic of White House bungling in both realms: the Keystone XL pipeline.
To the editor:
Halloween may best be known as the holiday where candy is king. And while that’s perfectly tasty, Halloween is supposed to scare up surprises, too. Why not create your own, using versatile popcorn?
In the grand scheme of things, the proxy fight over Full House Resorts seems like small potatoes. But with regional markets on a downward trajectory, the company is ripe for the taking.
Hamburger and hot dog relish are not quite the same, but Taste of the Town readers managed to find both at Glazier’s Food Marketplace.
Here’s a recipe for layered cornmeal with spicy tomato sauce from “Super Grains” by Jenni Muir.
Chef Steve Martorano opened his second valley restaurant earlier this month at Paris Las Vegas.
I can think of nothing more appropriate for Halloween and shortly thereafter, the Day of the Dead, than Wicked Red wine from Hob Nob Vineyards. Pair it with something meaty and bloody.