Two fabulous local gals have launched a new product line called “Working Girls”. These “Working Girls” are all about being smart and sassy, fun and classy.
You can find their fun drawings and tag lines on anything from wine glasses to bev naps to key chains… and are available at local stores around the Valley.
We spent the day with the creators to learn more about this labor of love….
If you’re looking for a one-stop jewelry shop that does it all, we’ve got the place for you. Anthem Jewelers, in Henderson, will buy gold, diamonds and all fine watches. They have a huge selection of pre-owned jewelry to choose from. You can even trade your jewelry in and pick out something brand new for yourself. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, all you have to do is ask. Let’s take a look around.
Almost everybody has unwanted body hair, and when it comes to getting rid of it, Simplicity Laser Hair Removal is turning the cosmetic world upside down. They use the best lasers money can buy, and are adding hundreds of members every month. Best of all, every Simplicity Laser Hair Removal center is located inside a doctor’s office to insure the safest and most effective results.
You may have seen them on America’s Got Talent or winning Season 1 of America’s Best Dance Crew on MTV. The Jabbawockeez are a hip-hop dance crew bringing their 90 minute show, MUS.I.C (Muse I See), to the Monte Carlo Theater 5 nights a week. They have also started workshops at UNLV to give dancers a look into their Jabbawockee world. And now, here's a special performance from the Jabbawockeez just for Cool in Vegas.
Located just north of the strip is The Las Vegas Natural History Museum….once inside, you can visit the prehistoric dinosaur age, take a trip to Africa, sneak a peek inside King Tut’s tomb, or see what’s in our own backyard in their “Wild Nevada” Gallery. The museum is also Smithsonian affiliate, so you know this is the real deal, and we think that’s pretty cool.
There’s a small group of folks making a BIG impact in the Las Vegas community… one smile at a time. The volunteers of Toys for Smiles spend their days making toy cars and trucks out of donated scrap wood to distribute to kids in need all across the valley. And with a brand new wood shop, Toys for Smiles…which very much resembles Santa’s workshop…has big plans for the future…