You can zipline, attend a concert and visit an art gallery in one night in downtown Las Vegas. But to catch a flick, you have to drive several miles to Henderson, North Las Vegas or Spring Valley.
That will change next spring — if plans come through.
Construction for a three-story, 72,000 square-foot cinema called Eclipse Theaters will begin by the end of the month according to Nic Steele, the project’s manager. A specific groundbreaking date is still tentative, he said.
Each of the theater’s eight screening rooms will have 50-90 large, extra-padded seats. The second floor will include a restaurant with
LEE COUNTY, Fla. – With students getting ready to go back to school, Call for Action compiled just some of the places that offer teachers discounts.
While various retailers offer discounts to teachers on certain days of the week or everyday, Call for Action found teachers can also find deals on travel and
Concord Police arrest Nathaniel Carr twice in one week on second-degree assault, fraudulent use of credit card, threats, and other charges.By TONY SCHINELLA (Patch Staff) Aug 9, 2015
Here’s a rundown of everything that will happen on Aug. 10, as well as the public hearing topics for Sept. 14.By TONY SCHINELLA (Patch Staff) Aug 9, 2015
COLUMBUS — These cheerleaders weren’t giving shout-outs to encourage sports teams.
They were hoping to urge passersby to support the Columbus Area United Way.
Cheer squads from Columbus High School, Lakeview High School and Scotus Central Catholic held signs and lined up along 23rd Street near the entrance to Hy-Vee. They were directing drivers to come to the store and buy tickets for the annual Lazy River Duck Run.
The schools have the competition each year to see which group can sell the most tickets in a two-hour period. The squads earn cash prizes.
The race, which raises funds for the United Way campaign, will
The Greater Washington Boys Girls Club will be hosting their first ‘Pirate Duck Race’ event at the Splashdown Water Park in Manassas.
The fundraiser will start at 11 a.m., and participants that buy rubber ducks from the organization will be able to ‘race’ them at the water park’s lazy river, said Prince William Boys Girls Club President Jason Hickman.
Participants also get a discounted rate of $9 to enter the water park that day.
“It’s to raise awareness for the Boys Girls Club – it’s a fundraiser. The money
1. 4-H Arts Camp:The inaugural camp for youths 9 to 14 is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Aug. 6 and 7 at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Lifelong Learning Center, 8050 Paradise Road. Activities are set to include theater art, painting, recycled art, creating a camp commercial, tie-dying T-shirts and more. The cost is $50 and includes supplies, a T-shirt, snacks and refreshments. Sibling registration is $40 per person. Previous 4-H experience is not required to attend. Contact Karen Best at 702-257-5538 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. “Elvis, The Vegas Tour Tribute”: Justin Shandor plans to perform his Elvis
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3-2 vote is both praised, panned; decision comes in the wake of numerous sting videos purporting to show the org selling fetus body parts.By TONY SCHINELLA (Patch Staff) Aug 5, 2015
Lights will be out in the Capital Commons Parking Garage on Storrs Street for a number of days.By TONY SCHINELLA (Patch Staff) Aug 5, 2015
We have commissioned local #Iraqi artist, Saad Hindal to create one of his of his famous Concord paintings (see…http://t.co/PtujA0woWa
5K run/walk: Abington Christian Academy third annual 5K Run/Walk and .5K Kids Fun Run, Aug. 15, registration, 7:30 a.m., 5K Run/Walk, 9, fun run, 10, Summit University (formerly Baptist Bible College), 538 Venard Road, Clarks Summit; $15/advance, $20/race day; Todd Treat, 570-614-4446, email@example.com, www.racersignup.com.
Pork dinner: Black Diamond Hose Company pork roast dinner, Aug. 29, noon-5 p.m., 926 Rock St., $10, from members or at door, takeouts available; 570-876-2310.
Club cruise: Coal Cracker Cruisers Car Club Cruise, Friday, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Advance Auto, Route 6; music, 50/50, door prizes, trophies, food provided by Cub Scout pack 115; 570-876-4034.
Community event: Dickson Days, Friday,
By MIKE HERNANDEZ
Fox San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO—Believe it or not it was only a month and a half ago that the rain seemed like it wouldn’t stop. And now we’re drying up and our aquifer is in a free fall.
Now New Braunfels is staring down at Stage Two water restrictions once again.
In New Braunfels at Landa Park at the head waters of the Comal Springs, which is fed by the Edwards Aquifer, it’s actually flowing nicely. But if we don’t get some rain soon, we’re not only going to see these riverbeds and creeks start