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As a woman who’s been involved in government and corporate America for decades, I’ve been speaking and writing about the role of women ...

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August 30th, 2015

As a woman who’s been involved in government and corporate America for decades, I’ve been speaking and writing about the role of women ...

  • Education

    We all know Nevada students have historically underperformed compared with those in other states; they are way behind in reading and math scores. We know ...

  • As We See It

    “Kids today have so many cute questions. Why do the doggies have tails? Why does the moon follow us? What’s a rusty trombone?”

  • As We See It

    The school district was named a College Board Advanced Placement district of the year.

  • As We See It

    “Writing is fun” is the message behind upcoming children’s workshops at the new Downtown bookshop.

  • As We See It

    Nevada's D grade in the early-childhood education index of the latest Education Week Quality Counts report is not about academic performance.

  • As We See It

    The update comes on the hells of the recent reopening of the F Street underpass.

  • Featured15 to Watch

    Medical school, stadiums and wars with the north—UNLV's new president has his work cut out for him.

  • As We See It

    The Board of Regents chose Len Jessup of the University of Arizona as their choice hire for UNLV president.

  • As We See It

    The margins tax initiative that failed on election night last week is just one in a series of recent failures.

  • As We See It

    “It is not being proposed to teach in kindergarten. Not even close. We would never be discussing that.”

  • Featured

    Cheating firemen. Jimmy Kimmel's big CCSD donation. Lake Tahoe's four-pound goldfish (!), plus other stories you might have missed in 2013.

  • As We See It

    The NHSPE, a barrier to graduation for those who don’t pass it, will be phased out beginning in the 2014-15 school year ... which means ...

  • Entertainment

    From Matthew Gray Gubler to Julianne Hough, these stars used to be local students.

  • News

    UNLV is planning to build apartment-style dormitories that officials hope will be open to students by fall 2015.

  • News

    As a not-so-popular teenager, she took up running. When the other kids saw she was good at it, high school life became easier. Almost two ...

  • News

    While Nevada lawmakers debate the merits of legalizing marijuana, one company is looking at opening the state's first medical marijuana school this month. The Budtender ...

  • News

    A once-empty lot at Eighth and Fremont streets, adjacent to the coming downtown Container Park, is now full of more than a dozen large trailers. ...

  • News

    Stefania Druga is only 26 but has lived around the world and, more intriguingly, knows how to make a battery from a lemon, extract DNA ...

  • News

    University of Iowa lecturer David Gould has created a course that links Las Vegas and Iowa City because of what’s happening downtown; it might not ...

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  • The Sunday

    The Riviera has closed, but it will not be forgotten. Parts of it will remain on display elsewhere, and for now the building is still ...

  • A&E

    We are so fully aware of Celine Dion’s family and life story because she has grown so naturally into our own Las Vegas community. She ...

  • Stage

    There are 1,500 people at Super Summer Theatre on this August night, but referring to this gathering as a “crowd” is not right. It’s a ...

  • Conventions

    In the past few months, signs at the Las Vegas Convention Center have sounded an ominous warning: “The Las Vegas Convention Center collects location information ...

  • Weekly Q&A

    The longtime managing partner of XS and Tryst has moved on to the Alon hotel and casino, planned to open in 2018.

  • Education

    As a woman who’s been involved in government and corporate America for decades, I’ve been speaking and writing about the role of women ...

  • Music

    Concerts, films, albums, books! Your guide to the cultural onslaught from Labor Day through Thanksgiving.

  • Incidental Tourist

    If you’ve spent any time inside the D or the Golden Gate, it’s easy to see why this deal should be great for Fremont Street.

  • Music

    Fetty Wap, David Gilmour, Joanna Newsom and more—plus who’ll be the next artist to sneak an album onto the Web?

  • Dining

    In her usual tradition, Alberganti began handing out samples the moment we walked through the door.

  • Dining News

    Also, Off The Strip does brunch every day and CraftHaus Brewery throws a Glitter Bomb Party to celebrate its anniversary.

  • Print

    From a new Patti Smith memoir to the completion of a Sinatra bio, these books will keep you busy.

  • A&E

    Garrett's philanthropic organization, the Maximum Hope Foundation, hosts a celebrity poker tournament on September 19 at MGM Grand.

  • Dining

    If all goes well, the chef says, he’ll end up with multiple restaurants that serve sandwiches. This is a world where fine-dining folks can make ...

  • A&E

    The Vegas b-boys dominated, but Quest Crew walked away with the title.

  • Film

    A history lesson with occasional drama.

  • As We See It

    In the past eight months, eight cyclists have died on local roadways.

  • Nightlife

    The Nightlife Issue: Who is serving your drinks, mixing your cocktails and creating your Vegas experience? Plus so much more!

  • As We See It

    Medical marijuana was approved by voters in 2000, but it’s taken lawmakers more than a decade to set up a way for patients to legally ...