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Home-baked business opens catering event facility

Growing up watching people such as Martha Stewart, Brittney Melnick knew she wanted to become a caterer. Years later, not only is she seeing her dreams come true with her company, B With A Twist, she is using her business to cater to the needs of various nonprofits.

Las Vegas artist burns unsold art

James Henninger gives a new meaning to the term “Fire Sale.”

For these skaters, art imitates art

Kick. Push. Coast. Turn. Heels down. Chest up. Jump. Hands out. Bend knees. Land. Hands down. Kick. Push. Coast.

Artist shares story of how he became inspired with students

There were no techniques taught in this April 10 art class at Innovations International Charter School of Nevada. Students were learning more important things from guest teacher and professional artist Alexander P. Huerta.

Photographer captures art of downtown’s graffiti in show

An exhibit featuring photography by Steven Dansky is scheduled to continue through May 19 at the Sunrise Library, 5400 Harris Ave. The show not only explores the artistic and cultural nature of graffiti, it uses graffiti as the starting point for unique art.

Beatles tribute to play at Starbright

“Yesterday –– The Beatles Tribute” is scheduled to take the stage at the Starbright Theatre for performances at 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.

Sunrise Mountain serves as inspiration for art installation

When artist David Sanchez Burr moved to Las Vegas six years ago he sought out a patch of desert he could study and explore. He found the stretch of land between Sunrise and Frenchman mountains and the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

With roots in rock, musician makes his mark in Irish pubs

Three or four nights a week you can find Centennial Hills-area resident John Windsor entertaining audiences at an Irish pub with genial patter and rollicking music. He’s happy and comfortable with that schedule.

Ghost who goes moo can’t keep dancers away from new facility

The new dance room at the Winchester Cultural Center at 3130 S. McLeod Drive was opened and dedicated Jan. 25 despite complications that some staff members joked were caused by the ghost of a cow.

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