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Six Baby Lions Born at The Lion Habitat Ranch

The Lion Habitat Ranch in Henderson is home to more than 40 lions, birds, and the first baby giraffe in Nevada. However, on April 1, the reserve welcomed six new cuddly residents. In an incredibly rare event, six baby lion cubs were born to mom, Pebbels. The Lion Habitat Ranch has been a part of […]
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Easter Sunday 2015 Brunch

  After a long morning of hunting for eggs in the yard, it is customary for some people to enjoy an Easter brunch with the family. Check out these restaurants offering special Easter meals: Cleo – Las Vegas  Contemporary Mediterranean hotspot Cleo inside the new SLS Las Vegas invites guests to enjoy a unique Easter brunch experience featuring a tasty spread of […]
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Fried Chicken Martinis and Other Things You Didn’t Know About Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

If you’re going to open a bowling alley in this day and age, you better have a few tricks up your sleeve. Don’t get me wrong, I think bowling is awesome. But it’s not necessarily always thought of as the coolest activity…until now. Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas—which celebrated its one-year anniversary March 7—has reinvented the idea […]
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Valentine’s Day at Ethel M

BY JANET GEARY Last Christmas, my husband and I visited the cactus gardens at Ethel M Chocolates for the first time and were like little kids enjoying the beautiful light display, featuring more than 500,000 lights, animated figures, and holiday music. Las Vegas has always been a romantic getaway for visitors, but now Ethel M’s […]
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Did you know….

…that hard hats were first created in the 1930s for the men working on the Hoover Dam? Called “high scalers,” these men were required to scale the canyon walls, removing loose rock before construction of the dam walls could begin. According to the Bureau of Reclamation, these men were more in danger of dying from falling objects […]
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Farm to Fork Nevada

Farmers Markets & U-Pick Experiences in the Silver State. By Jeri Singley   Summer in Nevada is a wonderful time to experience local farmers markets. Regardless of which city you find yourself in, you’re sure to find a market or two where you can buy fresh, locally sourced fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and more. Here […]
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Fourth of July Fireworks

Independence Day celebrations set to take place across the Silver State. By Jeri Chadwell The first Independence Day fireworks were lit off on July 4, 1777—one year after the United States declared its independence from Great Britain, and even as the Revolutionary War raged on. And 237 years later, fireworks are still the centerpiece of […]

Memorial Day Across Nevada

Celebrating our servicemen and women, Silver-State style. By Jeri Chadwell Memorial Day weekend events kick off across the state today. Some solemn and others celebratory, these events will give Nevadans the opportunity to revel in the beginning of summer and celebrate the brave servicemen and women who have fought and died for our country: Carson […]