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ROSEMARY’S has closed

A popular restaurant has closed its doors. 

Eating Las Vegas has confirmed that Rosemary’s Restaurant, a mainstay on our local restaurant scene since 1999 has officially closed its doors, effective immediately.

Read more in Eating Las Vegas

Farmers Market Opens Indoor Space

The heat of summer in Las Vegas can make us all run for the air conditioned indoors that is why fresh52 Farmers Market at Tivoli Village is opening an indoor space.

The market offers a place for local growers and artisans to sell there stuff. Now the Walk-In at fresh52 will give local growers a cool place to display items no matter the temperature. Vendors include Herbs by Diane, Bon Breads, Gilcrease Orchard, Pahrump Honey, Bistro Blends olive oil, Valley Farms, Bloomin' Desert Herb Farm and Fresh Pasta with Chef Marc. Spaces are still available for vendors interested in selling their wares. 

fresh52 Farmers Market is open every Saturday at Tivoli Village at Alta Drive and Rampart Boulevard.

One Dead Following Fire in Northwest Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS -- At around 6:15 p.m. Friday night, fire trucks and ambulances roared into a neighborhood near Rainbow Boulevard and Westcliff Drive. Emergency crews rushed to what some consider the quietist corner on the block.

"They started opening up the front windows, and a lot of smoke came out of the front of the house," said neighbor Tenielle Little. "You could smell the fire right away. We couldn't see, but like I said, it was just a lot of smoke, and you could smell the fire."

"They are one of the quietest neighbors here, and we see them coming and going, in and out from work, but really quiet family. They keep to themselves," Little said.

When firefighters arrived, they searched the smoke-filled home for survivors. Instead, they found the body of a 74-year-old woman lying in the same spot where investigators believe the fire started.

Ashley Red Puts DJ Spin on Lounge Tunes

More than just a lounge band and bigger than just a DJ a group of musicians have a unique way to bring music to a Red Rock lounge.

Ashley Red combines two traditional formats -- the lounge band and DJ -- to create a unique sound that can be heard Wednesdays in Rocks Lounge at Red Rock Resort.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Vigil to be Held for Erik Scott

Vigil to be Held for Erik Scott

Friends and family are invited Sunday to a memorial vigil in honor of Erik Scott, who was killed last year at the Costco store in Summerlin.

The event begins at 7 p.m. Sunday at 801 S. Pavilion Center in Las Vegas.

Scott was shot by Metro Police officers. The following comes from a Las Vegas Sun report on the September 2010 coroner’s inquest proceeding in which the officers were found justified in the shooting.

Police responded to the Costco store after dispatchers received a 911 call indicating that a man with a gun was at the store acting erratically and destroying merchandise, testimony showed.

Police confronted Scott — who was armed but had a concealed weapons permit — as he exited the store with other patrons who were being evacuated.

Two of the three officers who shot Scott testified Tuesday that they felt Scott was an “imminent” threat before they fired.

Two Events Planned for City Pool

Two different events are planned for Saturday at the Pavilion Center pool.

The first is Saturday morning. The City of Las Vegas is holding a Dash and Splash run and swim event. Starting at 8 a.m. participants will run 1.5 miles from the pool through Veterans Memorial Park and back. They will then jump into the pool for 300-meter swim. Check in is at 7:30 a.m. Saturday morning. The cost is $15 if paid in advance and $20 at the door. People interested must be able to swim100 meters successfully. Participants will get a goody bag at the end of the event.

The second event is set for Saturday evening. “Another Hot Tropical Night” will be from 6 to 9 p.m. The evening will feature swimming, dancing, and games with music provided by a DJ. The cost is just $3 per person. Pool passes will not be accepted for admission.

Thousands Turn Out for Summerlin Parade

Thousands Turn Out for Summerlin Parade

Overcast skies and humidity didn't keep thousands from heading out to the 17th annual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.

Marching bands were just one of the many entries at the annual Summerlin Patriotic Day Parade. There were elaborate floats and big gigantic balloons to celebrate the Fourth of July. 

Red, white and blue could be seen all along the parade route even on some of the smallest faces. Little Nicholaus had the best seat along the route, his dad's lap. "The parade is great. We are loving it," said his father.

The parade had many entries from different cultural backgrounds including a group of Latin American dancers.