A fateful meeting between Ted Polumbaum and Martin Luther King Jr. in the late 1950s sparked a lifelong passion for Judy Polumbaum, Ted’s daughter.
The Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin has set its sights on pleasing fans from the moment they step into the $150 million, 10,000 seat stadium.
Phil Orbanes, a former senior vice president at Parker Brothers, told attendees at Centennial Hills Library about the origins of his love for board games.
Attendees at Summerlin Library learned how to tie a tourniquet, apply pressure to a wound and pack a wound with gauze to stop bleeding. During interactive breaks, people in the audience practiced tying tourniquets around one another’s limbs.
At a Summerlin Library presentation, Ann Vannoy told attendees that singing bowls have healing effects that align with each of the body’s chakras. Chakras are considered the center of spiritual power in the human body.
Michael Crome has always liked adventure and physical activity, and his latest endeavor has him running 20 miles every day and making frequent trips to Mount Charleston to practice running in the snow.
A stroll through the streets of Tivoli Village anytime through Jan. 31 will reveal an assortment of art-covered model reindeer at almost every corner.
Following the lead of their namesake, the Vegas Junior Golden Knights have won the West in unprecedented fashion. The Pee-Wee AA 12-and-under hockey team recently claimed the crown of the International Silver Stick Western regional qualifying tournament at the Las Vegas Ice Center.
When Steve Buuck stepped into the auditorium of over 200 students at Faith Lutheran Middle and High School in November to pitch a new after-school offering, he had 90 seconds to win them over.
The majority of the team visited young patients at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center on Friday.