Domino’s Pizza, 5355 S. Decatur Blvd., received 18 demerits March 27. Violations included employee not following proper hand-washing procedures. GRADE: B
Man, it has been a long winter; I have a friend who has had bronchitis five times this winter. But spring has sprung, and most of us are grateful for that. However, we do have one leftover wintry request — for Lipton Chicken Noodle Cup-a-Soup, sought by Judy Dietrich. June Schule wrote that it can be found at Target at 6480 Sky Pointe Drive, and Herbert Harris e-mailed that he has ordered it from Amazon.com. …
Instead of filling Easter baskets and supplying Easter-egg hunts with chocolate or sugar eggs, you may want to consider using the real thing. You’ll cut out lots of fat and sugar, and — something to consider in these budget-shattering times — eggs are an economical source of protein.
Josef and Karel Capek’s 1922 “The Insect Play” has been labeled anti-war and anti-human, but it may actually be anti-nature. You get the feeling that war is as strong an instinct as sex and selfishness. But that doesn’t mean this play isn’t fun. Director Brandon McClenahan focuses on the script’s humor in Insurgo’s production, and the result is a cartoonish comedy, great to look at, rich in thought.
Enrique Tinoco admits that his restaurant’s move to the Las Vegas Club from its former digs in downtown’s arts district has prompted some menu changes.
For U2 fans, it’s official. The band will bring its 360? tour to Sam Boyd Stadium on Oct. 23.
The Internet is full of egregious examples of food — overstuffed, over-large and, in some cases, overwrought.
Just about everything in Las Vegas Little Theatre’s “As Bees in Honey Drown” seems a bit off.