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Make a Splash on Family Night with JW Marriott

Admission is free, but no outside food or drink is allowed.

The 1989 fantasy-drama "Field of Dreams" opens the new Saturday Night Dive-In Movie Series 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the JW Marriot, 221 N. Rampart Blvd.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Return to BACHI BURGER

Return to BACHI BURGER

Curtas: a return trip to Bachi Burger comes with more hits than misses.

Returning to Bachi Burger was something we did with more than a bit of trepidation.

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Campaign Aims to Provide Water for Homeless

Campaign Aims to Provide Water for Homeless

 

Donations of water and money are being sought to help hydrate the homeless through the brutal southern Nevada summer heat.

HELP of Southern Nevada’s “HELP2O” campaign seeks to help protect homeless residents by donating water and spare change at Whole Foods Market now through August. Those looking to donate bottled water can do so by visiting Whole Foods’ Tenaya (7250 W. Lake Mead Blvd.) and Town Square (6689 Las Vegas Blvd.) locations. 

Bottled water donations can be purchased in-store and donated, or purchased elsewhere and dropped off at Whole Foods. The water will be collected on a regular basis and distributed throughout the area.

Family of Man Killed by Police File Wrongful Death Suit

LAS VEGAS -- The family of Erik Scott, the man who was killed by Las Vegas police officers at a Summerlin Costco in July of 2010, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the store.

The Scott family says the store and its employees are to blame for the bloody events and they have an audio tape to prove it.

Earlier this year, the Scott family dropped a lawsuit against the Metropolitan Police Department because they did not believe they could prevail given the limited immunity officers in the field are granted. A proposed lawsuit against Costco was also withdrawn, but only temporarily.

Read the lawsuit filed against Costco

Boys & Girls Clubs Offer Summer Programs for All Ages

Boys & Girls Clubs Offer Summer Programs for All Ages

School is over for most kids, which leaves a lot of parents wondering how to occupy their time during the summer.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson is offering several options for parents at a reasonable price. There are clubs and partner programs around the Las Vegas Valley, from Southern Highlands to North Las Vegas.

The summer program has specially designed activities for all ages, from 5 to 18 years old. The hours at most locations are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Most locations start their summer programs Monday and continue through Friday, August 24. Registration is open throughout the summer. It is either $10 or $20 per child depending on the age of the children. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. No child will be turned away for an inability to pay.

Embers Offers Flavorful Experience

Spotty service and parking challenges don't dim some good dishes at Embers.

Arriving at Boca Park on a weeknight, we immediately saw that parking was going to be a problem.

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VINTNER GRILL in VEGAS Magazine

VINTNER GRILL in VEGAS Magazine

Curtas: Vintner Grill continues to impress

It’s safe to say that when Vintner Grill opened on December 6, 2006, no one associated with the project had the slightest idea it would become Las Vegas’ most prominent neighborhood restaurant.

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