"Fast fashion" is wreaking havoc on our planet, and the landfills, toxic chemicals and carbon emissions are just the beginning of our global headaches. Low prices we see in trendy stores often are artificial, reflecting a range of poor working conditions and, in extreme cases, child labor or human trafficking.
Most Explorers don’t go on to become cops. “But that’s OK,” Officer Michael Rodriguez noted, saying that the program teaches maturity, responsibility, respect and accountability, which are valuable on any career path.
There’s no need to remind George McPhee that most expansion teams are painfully bad, especially early. But given how the expansion draft is formatted, there should be plenty of capable players in their prime.
Gone are the days of garage sales ruling the weekend. Hawking that old shirt, couch or novelty item is as easy as snapping a picture and posting to an app, where communication and negotiation can happen without anyone having to bake in the sun reflecting off your driveway. If you’re looking to sell or buy, here’s a sampling of free outlets.
Although many visitors to Las Vegas think prostitution is legal in the city, the fact is it isn’t. The world’s oldest profession can legally be found in eight of the 16 counties in Nevada, all of which are rural. Two of those counties, Nye and Lyon, are home to various brothels, many of them owned by self-proclaimed pimp Dennis Hof. Hof said he has 540 contracted working girls and 230 employees across ...
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The KEV, or Kona Entertainment Vehicle, is a party on wheels. It blasts tropical music and dispenses 10 flavors of shaved ice. It serves up to 500 people in an hour and can be booked for school fundraisers, sports events or even corporate events.
The owner of Homewatch CareGivers of Las Vegas talks about the need for increased investment in Southern Nevada schools, her admiration for Michelle Obama and why she expects her home health care business to triple in size within 10 years.