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Get a taste of local restaurants Whist Stove and Due & Proper

  FOOD:  two new eateries offer European-inspired food in eclectic environments -With the addition of Due & Proper and Whist Stove and Spirits, the District at Green Valley Ranch has become Henderson’s epicurean hot spot. The two new restaurants offer high-end European-inspired food, creative cocktails and eclectic atmospheres. Located next door to each other and […]

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Organ Donation: Helping Christopher play with all his new heart

SOCCER: Boy with heart transplant plays soccer thanks to The Simon Keith Foundation; Henderson golf tournament benefit set for the foundation October 24. – Dressed in yellow soccer gear with long, bumpy socks, seven-year old Christopher Rodriguez stood on the soccer field early in September, waiting to play in his first little-league game. His teenage brothers Junior […]

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Book Reviews: A Different Blue is the reason book lovers spend hours in the bookstores

Book Review:  Amy Harmon’s bestselling novel A Different Blue is unforgettable and satisfying – “Once upon a time there was a little blackbird, pushed out of the nest, unwanted.” Blue, a troubled high school senior in Amy Harmon’s novel  A Different Blue, who doesn’t know who she is, where she comes from, or where she is headed, is challenged […]

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Chinese Cultural Academy fights for tradition

CULTURE: Shaolin Tai Chi Cultural Center celebrates first anniversary -Because of the current Mixed Martial Arts craze, many people seem to be focused on Pay-Per-View fights and gyms that literally revolve around this style that takes elements from boxing, wrestling, and various other styles. In spite of this, Master (Shifu) Chang Yuan, has opted for […]

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Local Culture: Where art thou, arts?

OPINION: building vibrant local cultural identity key to city life quality -In the past year, Henderson has lost a number of significant arts offerings, both public and private. The Shakespeare in the Park Festival, a popular cultural mainstay for nearly 30 years is – at least for now – no more. Shannon McMackin’s VAST Art […]

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Body of work: Artist Robin Slonina

ARTS: Local mulitmedia artist to be featured at HopeLink’s Art with a Heart fundraising event Feb. 27 – Robin Slonina doesn’t want for things to keep her busy. The Las Vegas – based multimedia artist divides her professional time running the largest body painting studio in the nation – Skin City Studio (1800 Industrial Road, Suite […]

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Inside Henderson October 8 Union Village ground breaking. Left to right: David Baker, Craig Johnson, David Micheal, Councilman Marz, Governor Sandoval, Mayor Hafen, Gary Holland, Karla Perez, Marvin Pember. Photo courtesy Kirvin Doak.

Hafen: Union Village more significant than just jobs and revenue

HEALTH: $1.2 billion medical project breaks ground – Henderson Hospital to open in 2016 – Handshakes and backslaps abounded through the settling dust after officials broke ground at Union Village Oct. 8, bringing four years of planning and negotiation to the cusp of fruition. Mayor Andy Hafen told the gathering of dignitaries and media members […]

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