It doesn’t need much water, offers an abundance of shade and boasts two-toned leaves that create a shimmering effect when blown by the breeze on a sunny day. No wonder that when Las Vegas homeowners went wild over the plant. The problem was, they went a little too wild.
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A favorite in the Northeast, the crabcake offers home cooks the chance to spread their wings and experiment with seasoning. It can be deep fried, pan fried, baked, grilled or broiled, and served as a sandwich or an impressive starter for a dinner party.
Agents of law enforcement and covert ops are trained to have heightened senses and quick reaction time, but it’s useful for anyone to know how to hone situational awareness. It might help you avoid everyday chaos or keep you safe from real danger.
A few miles from the Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center, a piece of land has long been tugged between development and conservation. The smoldering conflict is reaching another crescendo, with the Clark County Zoning Commission about to vote on a revised concept plan for a residential project that activists hope ...
Potty training a toddler can be a complicated task, and there are many schools of thought on the topic, such as incentives and rewards or a series of learning aids. Choosing the right method for your child can seem daunting, but Waldo Feng, MD, pediatric urologist at Sunrise Children’s Hospital, argues that the process can be much simpler once parents know what physiological aspect to focus on.
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A federal judge has given preliminary approval for a $6.5 million settlement in lawsuits against 64 of the 132 strip clubs owned by Déjà Vu Consulting Inc. nationwide. But despite the likelihood of the federal labor settlement, compensation for local strippers may not change ...