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November 23, 2014

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Photo: Eddie Shaw, 76, and Gloria Durling, 68, re-created
Reimagining the classics: Keep Memory Alive patients, caregivers create calendar as a fundraiser
Patients and caregivers at our downtown Keep Memory Alive center, some in their 80s and 90s, have transformed into movie stars in a fundraising effort that at the same time has helped improve their brain health ...
Photo: Miguel Amaral, at right, attempts to register vote
Nevada’s Hispanic voters stayed home, drifted away from Democrats
There were no lines winding out the door, and occasionally idle poll workers would step outside and look around like the early arrivals to a party wondering if they have the wrong address. Miguel Amarista, a registered Democrat, made the trip to his polling place in East Las Vegas on election day ...
Follow these guideposts to shape Nevada’s technology future
As we explain in our new report “Cracking the Code on STEM: A People Strategy for Nevada’s Economy,” neither the Las Vegas area nor the state as a whole has a clear plan for delivering the trained STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) workforce required for continued growth in Nevada’s …
Make a deal for Yucca Mountain
I believe we have a great opportunity if our state politicians have the will to pursue it.
Were pipe’s effects on lake studied?
I would like to comment to the writers of the article “Using the ‘Tesla Bill’ to Southern Nevada’s advantage (Robert Lang and Jaewon Lim, Nov. 16). The North Las Vegas mayor wants to run a high-capacity water pipeline to the Apex project. Did anyone study the effects of that with the lake currently drying up?
A demonstration of sex education
Suppose a resident set up a small table and chair on the sidewalk in front of any local elementary school and brought a case of bananas and condoms along.
Boehner’s stall on immigration
Oh, please. All the melodramatic Republican outrage isn’t fooling anybody. The only reason President Barack Obama had to act on immigration reform was that House Speaker John Boehner wouldn’t.
Net neutrality rules
Is there anybody out there who opposes net neutrality?
Death by typo
My parents used to own a small house with a large backyard, in which my mother cultivated a beautiful garden. At some point, however — I don’t remember why — my father looked at the official deed defining their property and received a shock. According to the text, the Krugman lot wasn’t a rough rectangle; it was a triangle more than a hundred feet long but only around a yard wide at the base.
Photo: Lucie Arnaz plays the role of Berthe in the musica
In ‘Pippin,’ Lucie Arnaz has finally run off with the circus
Lucie Arnaz will always be known and recognized for being the daughter of entertainment legends, the reality of being born to Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. But around the production of “Pippin,” the touring musical in which Lucie Arnaz appears, …
Photo: There aren't many restaurants like Bavarian Castle
Outstanding German food awaits at Henderson’s Bavarian Castle
Start with potato pancakes and save room for the rouladen.
Photo: The new team at El Sombrero Cafe shows a lighter t
The revamped El Sombrero Cafe is full of surprises
The Downtown stalwart has new owners, a new look and an exciting new Mexican menu.

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