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Many people agree that it’s the people they encounter throughout their lives that really make it worth living. But can the people you meet in your final months truly have that much of an impact?
When many people think of the United Service Organizations, it may evoke images of World War II dance halls or Bob Hope shows, but the modern USO has expanded its scope and provides a wide range of services to American military personnel, their families and veterans.
Most people look at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and see merely an arts and entertainment facility. When Dr. Keith Boman looks at it, he sees the fruition of many years of work. Boman, a local cardiologist and Summerlin-area resident, is one of the visionaries who worked tirelessly to see it was built.
Halloween is weeks away, and the northwest area is preparing for cooler temperatures with fall festivals and ghastly activities for people of all ages.
Las Vegas is a perfect place for a year-round costume store, according to a local business owner.
Brandon “The Havoc” Harris is an undefeated professional boxer. “I came up with the name myself because I destroy everything that gets in front of me when I’m fighting,” he said. Outside the ring he’s “the nicest guy … always laughing and cracking jokes.” He shares the art of boxing at the Henderson Multigenerational Center.
A class of 10 people listens intently to registered dietitian Karen Petersen as she demonstrates how to cook red lentils and Caribbean coconut red beans. She briefly explains the African origins of the dishes in an effort to connect participants to their traditional food.
Some people describe it as a hidden gem in North Las Vegas. Left of Center Art Gallery and Studio, 2207 W. Gowan Road, is more than a gallery. It hosts classes, workshops and has become a second home to local artists.