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Josh Kingdon was on his way to becoming a priest. Then he truly saw the light.
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor may want to pause their hypestorm to read a new report from the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
In his golden years, Frank Cullotta makes an honest living telling stories about his dishonest past.
How does writing violent crime fiction mess with Tod Goldberg’s head?
Founded in 1989 by Harvard Medical School physicians, Best Doctors is a global benefits provider and medical information services company that connects individuals facing difficult medical treatment decisions with the best doctors.
There is nothing about the lobby of Well Rounded Momma that says medical care.
The Mayweather-McGregor match is a farce wrapped in a spectacle and served on a bed of cash; true boxing fans will pay to view a very different bout.
A local company has a novel idea for improving healthcare for the poor: putting disconnected services under one roof.
This month begins the first full year of a school “reorganization” plan that purports to shift power from central administrators to parents. But does it?
Opponents continue the fight against the water pipeline — with some unlikely allies at their side
“I call myself a restaurant stylist because I consult on so many different things.”
How I learned to stop worrying and just have a damn out-of-body experience already in a float tank.
Valley poets get their due — a big 280 pages of it — in the recently released Clark: Poetry From Clark County, Nevada (Zeitgeist Press).
We recently noticed a steady stream of press releases hitting our inboxes about The Red Cross helping victims of home fires.
Any of these folks look familiar? If so, the Las Vegas News Bureau wants to hear from you.
An exhibit about seeing things that aren’t there.
In the book Rants From the Hill, Michael P. Branch describes his family’s life in the outback of the Great Basin, an area he dubs Silver Hills.
A series in which writers find meaning in specific locations around town.
One afternoon when he was 11, Paul Macias rode his bike 11 miles to his parents’ neon shop in North Hollywood — that’s how badly he wanted to work on neon signs.
How 15 minutes of fashion fame put me in my place.
Cool rocks, bugs, and a giant clam — kids collect and learn at Springs Preserve’s innovative Nature Exchange.
What has Nevada gained from the Affordable Care Act?
A couple of familiar faces are betting on a project they think will push the Arts District to new cultural heights.
With graduation season almost here, a few reflections about STEM, the humanities, and the whole point of going to school anyway.
A prostitute, a fleeing perp, and hard-earned street smarts — on patrol with the cops of Downtown.