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From upping our renewable energy portfolio to a new grandfather clause, recommendations from a governor's task force could flip the switch on Nevada's energy picture
Education, engagement — and no booze! — at a successful Los Angeles art walk
Just when you think you know what you're talking about ...
Shuttered for years but still loved by many, the Reed Whipple building keeps preservationists dreaming, even as it remains in limbo
His journey into the sharing economy brings our correspondent to the sad, tent-lined streets of post-recession America
Roland Sansone doesn’t just want to revive the Boulevard Mall. He wants to revive the community around it with a new kind of urban shopping center
Our roving sharing-economy correspondent drops in on some of San Diego's legendary surfboard-making icons
No sooner had the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada given its final word on net metering than the No Solar Tax PAC filed a referendum looking to repeal the law.
Surf is up as our roving correspondent touches down in San Diego to hang ten with the wave-riders
An afternoon in Capt'n Jim's, social hub of the Salton Sea
The haunting desolation of a future that never was
Updating the fast-moving developments in the epic battle between NV Energy and the rooftop-solar industry
The conflicting interests of locals and tourists in a fragile and endangered landscape
A voyage into the sharing culture lands our roving correspondent in the exotic, life-filled ecosystem of the Salton Sea
His stuff gone and the road ahead beckoning, vagabond photographer Bryan McCormick says his goodbyes to Las Vegas
Episode 2: Before you can lead a wandering life, you gotta dump a lot of old things
How does Nevada rank when it comes to disease-outbreak preparedness? Are you sure you want to know?
Can you give up nearly everything you own and live perpetually on the road as part of the "sharing economy"? Let's find out!
In their own very different ways, these three UNLV-related scientists are fighting the good fight
The combustible issue of race on college campuses arrived in Las Vegas on a sunny November afternoon. Yesterday, November 18, UNLV administrators, staff, faculty and students spoke their minds at a protest and a town hall discussion.
Find a good home for your gently used professional attire
Updating the story of John Kawasaki and Gregory Dodkin, first brought to you in the October Desert Companion
A few words about growth and achievement with the guru of school gardening
Robin Mendoza started mapping the Clark County Wetlands Park as an obligation — her geographic-information systems class professor assigned it as part her B.A. in environmental science at UNLV.
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