Many Jewish communities in the greater Las Vegas area celebrate Passover with the seder (a type of Passover feast). This is the main way that families celebrate Passover, or Pesach, in Las Vegas, and the method by which many children learn to carry on the traditions.
When it’s time to entertain grandparents, there are different things to consider: dietary needs, limited mobility and their interests. You can find something for pretty much everyone, even those on a budget, in Las Vegas.
Finding the right job can be a challenge in Las Vegas, but there are a number of a job-searching options available.
There is no lack of survival stores and resources in our town, from a Zombie Apocalypse Store to a National Survival Store, plus various helpful websites.
With the large percentage of children in Nevada being homeschooled, there are a wealth of resources and support groups to help parents.
The dinner table isn’t the only place parents can spend some quality time with their children. For your next meal, cook up some fun in the kitchen with your kids courtesy of these kid-friendly recipes from some of Vegas’ top chefs.
Various organizations in town have been started to help all those who need assistance. So give today, give wisely and know that you have provided hope to the hopeless and help to those who otherwise may not have a Merry Christmas.
Hanukkah begins on December 8th this year with the lighting of the menorah at various locations in Las Vegas.
Whether it’s a ceramic handprint or an ornament crafted with love, there is ample opportunity to celebrate your creativity here in the Las Vegas Valley.
Many Las Vegas organizations often need volunteers or donations to fill the coffers or help people needing assistance with day-to-day living, especially during the holiday season.
We have brainstormed the best winter activities to keep you entertained.
Fireworks are the traditional way to celebrate the July 4th holiday. See some of our nation’s finest displays.