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The Wine Column: Talmage Cellars’ Cabernet Sauvignon

By Michelle Bachmann Contributing Writer We’ve all done it.  Admit it.  You’ve gone to the store to purchase a bottle of wine as a gift. It starts by narrowing down your choices to one varietal or wine region. You may even read a few of the wine cards the store has displayed with each wine. […]

How I Help

Many people help build sustainability their lifestyles everyday. Here’s what some of our readers help stay green. “I have water efficient appliances and try to minimize the amount of times I used them. I try to not be wasteful of our water and energy. I keep the lights off when I’m not in a room, […]

Digital World Expo Debuts in September

By Sara Gabriella A new conference bursts on the convention scene this year as Digital World Expo hits the Mirage Events Center September 25-27. DWE has a packed calendar of workshops, interactive demonstrations and exhibitions, seminars and speeches to offer attendees of this year’s debut symposium. DWE covers the gamut of uses, strategies and development […]

Weight Loss Challenge and FREE Nutrition Class begins August 10

Press Release by Paula Pecorella Personal Wellness Coaches Paula Pecorella and Scott Morgan are hosting a free nutrition class and weight-loss challenge for those in the community who are interested in improving their health.This free 12-week class is set to begin on Wednesday, August 10, at 6:00 PM at 5755 S Rainbow Rd, Suite 103. […]

September Goes Social

By Sara Gabriella Contributing Writer September 19-23 is Social Media Week. Nine cities across the globe will host seminars and events intent on investigating “how local and regional societies, cultures and economies are becoming more integrated and empowered through a global network of communication”. (socialmediaweek.org) Social Media Week was founded in February 2009 in New […]

The Wine Column: Cloud Number Nine

By Michelle Bachmann Contributing Writer Whether your plans include an outdoor summer concert or a last minute road trip to Mount Charleston for a picnic, Cloud Number Nine Blend from Wine Shop At Home (WSAH) is what you want to take with you. It’s a light, fresh white wine with a “Twist Cap” that’s ready to […]

The Wine Column: Syrah

By Michelle Bachmann Contributing Writer Broadmoore Estates Syrah is one of WineShop At Home’s (WSAH) Everyday Wines. Sometimes it’s nice to have a glass of wine during the week either before dinner or with the meal. This is a fun wine you can savor and enjoy.  Everyday wines tend to be for drinking within a […]

87 Plays and the Train Gang to Host Poker Run

By Joe Buda 87 Plays, in conjunction with the Loco’s Train Gang Fan Club, are hosting the Save the Sports Poker Run on September 24, 2011. Proceeds from the event will benefit the 87 Plays Foundation.

The Wine Column: Fog Zinfandel

By Michelle Bachmann Contributing Writer Fog Zinfandel is one of WineShop At Home’s (WSAH) Weekend Wines. After a hectic week, it’s nice to slow down to a more leisurely-prepared lunch or dinner with friends or family, and enjoy a well-selected wine or two paired with the meal. Experts suggest keeping a mixed case or two […]

zHeart Foundation Holds Poker Run

By Joe Buda In the photo: Sean Semon, in red, poses for a group photo The zHeart Foundation held a poker run to help raise money for Sean Semon, who needs a heart transplant.

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