When they came to America, Ali Fathollahi immediately noticed what he called an obsession with fear. It prompted him to research the topic.
Upon receiving a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Mississippi, Mia has worked as a copy editing intern with the Seattle Times and recently joined the the Las Vegas Review-Journal as a reporter. She’s had several years of experience as a freelance reporter for The Daily Mississippian, and served some time as a copy editor for the paper as well. In her spare time, she works as a part-time English tutor for Brainfuse, an online tutoring service for high school and college students.
The Sun City Model Builders Club is a team of seniors who meet at the Desert Vista Community Center to create miniature objects that include airplanes, ships and even a small town.
For the first time since it opened in the 1970s, CSN will have a cheer team that will cheer at volleyball, soccer, baseball and softball games, along with pep rallies.
It was aimed at teaching young people about hospital functions through hands-on demonstrations with teddy bears from hospital staff, said Christine Beltran-Bittner.
The branch is set to extend its hours at the end of October — allowing the library to stay open six days a week instead of three.
Barbers and beauticians worked from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 31 giving haircuts catered to each student’s taste.
Food items include lean proteins, whole grains and fresh produce along with easy-to-eat items such as healthy soups and whole grain cereal.
Kelly Roth founded the festival in 1999 alongside Kyla Quintero, a Strip dancer and choreographer he knew. The festival gave dancers a place to express themselves, Roth said.
About 30 people watched as Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear accepted a $10,000 donation from Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., an African American fraternity.
Eight students are set to perform Saturday in the inaugural Firstgen Voices Storytelling Showcase hosted by Leaders in Training.
Hannah McCready, crime prevention specialist for the Metropolitan Police Department, led the presentation and discussed best practices to avoid falling victim to crimes.
Six Junior Achievement volunteers were recognized by the organization at The Space for their volunteer efforts. John Starkey accepted the award on behalf of Lee Business School.
Attendees learned about public meetings, municipal elections — when, where and how to vote —and the city’s boards and commissions.