While a massive explosion in Las Vegas isn’t likely, it can definitely happen, experts say. With proper monitoring of natural gas pipelines — residents and contractors following call-before-you-dig rules and remaining vigilant — many potential problems can be avoided.
Ever since he could speak, Las Vegas native Franky Perez has been infected with the music bug. Perez’s mom was a singer who would perform at various family functions. He would be right beside her providing backup vocals and, on occasion, playing the spoons or whatever makeshift instrument he could find.
Aloha, the traditional Hawaiian greeting, means more than just hello and goodbye. The literal meaning is often given as “the breath of life,” as the word represents a spirit of harmony, affection and mutual respect. This spirit can be found in Aloha Kitchen.
Clark County School District students had an increase in math proficiency at the middle and high school levels last year, although reading proficiency dropped. Educators say the adoption of Common Core State Standards for curriculum this year will result in tougher standardized tests.
This school year will open with more changes than any other in recent memory, and it has principals excited. There’s a new superintendent, a new measuring stick for student performance and new curriculum. Despite $150 million in budget cuts for education, Southeast Career and Technical Academy will proceed with a $32 million renovation that is being financed as part of a 1998 capital improvement bond.
With so many creative outlets turning to online-only platforms, organizers of the third annual Vegas Cine Fest decided to break trends and host a classic three-day film festival Thursday through Saturday at the Tropicana, 3801 Las Vegas Blvd. South. The first two Vegas Cine Fest events were online only.