Someone you know has a drug problem — but not the kind you think. With more than 100 million Americans suffering chronic pain that prevents them from working, playing or resting, at least 8 million Americans fall asleep at night under the influence of an opioid such as Vicodin, Lortab or OxyContin.
This bright and colorful chilled soup is an ideal antidote to recent record-breaking temperatures. Think Bloody Mary in a bowl: Yellow tomato purée is poured tableside over an artfully composed mix of cucumbers, tomatoes and basil.
So, surprise: Las Vegas isn’t exactly renowned as a paragon of healthy living. Maybe we can’t be completely blamed for that distinction, given our mandate to peddle ourselves in the global marketplace as the nation’s test site where tourists are invited to suspend the rules of common sense and subject their vital organs to a marathon obstacle course of punishing fun.
Mount Charleston has long been a site of raging wildfires sparked by lightning, but in 1955, it was the site of a different kind of conflagration. These particular flames issued from a spectacular plane crash, a crash that killed all 14 passengers on board on the morning of Nov.
August is a restless time in Southern Nevada: It’s ridiculously hot and the novelty of summer vacation wore off back in, what, late June? Luckily, there are plentiful regional museums nearby to entertain the historian, the burgeoning artist, the high-score-obsessed arcade geek and, for that matter, just about anyone who wants to find a way to add a few brain-fortifying excursions to their late-summer agenda. The Lost City Museum in Overton, Nevada (721 S.
While most of us spent the formative years of our youth in roving neighborhood gangs, spraypainting grannies and cursing at puppies, Lyle Lovett took the high road and formed a big band. Goodie two shoes! An Evening with Lyle Lovett & His Large Band is 7:30p Aug.