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With this investment, UWSN can provide 9,555 high schoolers access to resources to graduate on time; 526 children with a quality early education; 970 children access to health, nutrition and physical activity programs and 255 nonprofits support and funding.

After training throughout the country, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Arthur Cambeiro returned to his hometown of Las Vegas to open SurgiSpa™, a cosmetic plastic...

Anson, Edwards & Higgins Plastic Surgery Associates
Together with their highly trained medical staff, these physicians offer a variety of surgical and nonsurgical treatments to improve the contours of the face, breasts, body, and skin.

Diane Chase
Noted archaeologist Diane Chase has been selected as the new executive vice president and provost for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Melissa Arias, executive director of Epicurean Charitable Foundation, has a passion to better the community of Las Vegas starting with its future leaders. ECF awards college scholarships to local Clark County students who otherwise may not even attend college and provides each recipient with a mentor from the ECF board for the duration of his or her education.

United Way of Southern Nevada was awarded a $1,000,000 grant to provide children ages five years and younger an opportunity to attend high-quality preschool programs.

On Thursday, May 22, The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas celebrated an evening filled with culinary delights with its annual foodie extravaganza of the year — the Las Vegas Epicurean Affair hosted by James Beard award-winning chef Julian Serrano.

Bank of America will join youth literacy nonprofit Spread the Word Nevada to commemorate the nonprofit’s 30th local school adoption.

It is said the word history is a contraction of “his” and “story,” an accounting of moments and people of significance. While history tends to favor the recollections of men, specifically those of European descent, the histories of minority groups and women have moments of neglect, or worse, commentary that reduces their contributions based largely on the skin color, language, culture or gender.

Nevada has always been home for Candy Schneider, vice president of education and outreach for The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Six months shy of being a native Nevadan, Schneider’s entire professional career has been focused on arts education and working with the community to enhance education.

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