Cortney S. Warren, an associate psychology professor at UNLV, has written a book about the lies we tell ourselves — the ways in which we deceive ourselves, sometimes consciously but usually not — and the havoc self-deception can cause in our lives, our relationships and our careers..
“It was an extravaganza.” That’s how Antioco Carrillo, executive director of Aid for Aids of Nevada, popularly known as AFAN, describes the three days of parties last month that raised money for adults and children affected by HIV/AIDS in Southern Nevada.
Dear Savvy Senior: How can you know when someone has a gambling problem? Since my father died a couple years ago, my 76-year-old mother spends a lot of time at an Indian casino near her house playing slot machines. — Troubled Son
As I ride the express elevator down the back nine of my life, I do what a lot of middle-age baby boomers do: I seek, treasure and cherish regular doses of nostalgia. Nostalgia is what finally takes me to see the film version of the Broadway hit “Jersey Boys,” a jukebox musical telling of the band the Four Seasons.
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Leave rattlesnakes alone. They don’t want to bother you anymore than you want to bother them. Pretty good libertarian rule.
To the editor:
To the editor:
Southern Nevada local governments so rarely enact money-saving efficiencies that it’s tempting to applaud even the slightest spending reduction. But a well-intended attempt to consolidate some administrative functions is such a missed opportunity, it makes us wonder whether officials understand the problem they’re trying to address.
On Monday, in Courtroom 1 of the James R. Browning U.S. Courthouse on Seventh Street in San Francisco, the final steps in repealing Nevada’s 12-year-old ban on gay marriage are scheduled to begin.