I don’t recall precisely when I first heard the acronym NIMBY, but I do recall what I initially thought of it: Not in my back yard? How silly. How … unprogressive. Then the years flew by, I became a homeowner, and someone wanted to build a storage facility on the empty lot around the corner from my house. Oh, hell no — not in my backyard!
For artists who don’t know a capital gain from a canvas stretcher, there’s Financial Groove
When sidewalk performers start shaking it in Lady Liberty costumes to remind you it’s tax season, artists might be thinking something different, like: Can they claim that costume as a business expense? For those who make their living in the performing arts, whether to write off their outfits is just one item on a list of unusual financial concerns.
Jessica Scheitler is the owner and operator of Financial Groove, an accounting and bookkeeping firm that exists to bridge the gap between the Internal Revenue Service and the world of artists.
Minimal footwear is all the rage. Pediped is turning the trend into kids’ stuff
The human foot is a marvel of Darwinian engineering — 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments of one-of-a-kind ambulatory innovation, the very advancement that enabled Homo erectus to erectus and stand head and shoulders above primate peers.
The irony of the rise in the stress-relief industry, says Ron Lawrence, director of the Community Counseling Center of Southern Nevada, is that many of the same benefits you can get with professional help are available for free by doing things you've had to cut out of your busy schedule. Remember long walks and family picnics?
Whatever type you are, you don't necessarily need a pricey therapist or arcane yoga poses to take back a semblance of sanity.
In a world of faceless dot-commerce, crafty Vegas entrepreneurs turn to Etsy, where Sin City sells itself
Seeing her dress on a young Japanese woman at a Tokyo rock 'n' roll wedding is what hooked Jennifer Henry. The neon-striped number straight out of the '80s was Henry's first sale from her online vintage clothing shop, Flock Flock Flock.