Sometimes it’s the little things that thwart the fitness resolutions we make at the start of a new year. Perhaps all you need to persevere is that last bit of gear — an item or two that keeps you on track, adds new functionality, or simply makes your routine a little more enjoyable.
The Future of the Mind, Michio Kaku - Assuming the mind has a future, this fella — who comes bearing a boatload of scientific honors and a shelf of best-selling science books — is better positioned than almost anyone to say what it is.
From street tacos to fajitas, Mexican food-loving herbivores have more fresh options. Southern Nevada’s vegan food scene isn’t the barren wasteland it was five years ago — more and more restaurants are responding to the demands of those, like me, who opt out of meat and dairy.
Yes, I can (*twitch*) totally handle (*shudder*) a whole week (ack!) of digital detox. I am, in the parlance of the kids these days, an Old. In practical terms, that means I remember a time before the internet, before we all decided that leaving each other indignant Facebook comments or fooling our friends with carefully curated vacation pictures would be our primary mode of communication.
A hot tea cocktail might strike you as gimmicky, but one sip of The Secret Garden will cure you of that idea: It’s like a steamy, lemon-gingery hug for your face, nose, throat and other possible winter-afflicted face-cavities.
Mojave winters get downright chilly. Most hotels, from the Strip to Downtown, close their swimming pools for the season. So what’s a local water-lover to do for a staycation weekend in this shivery season?
Before you blow your Christmas shopping fund on ties, socks, and gift cards galore, consider giving a few special people on your list something different, unique, perhaps even inspiring: work by local artists.