Health food store attendant leads writer to lower blood pressure

By Mike Henle Like so many people nowadays, I recently discovered an issue I was having with blood pressure that started to hound me about a year ago. In order to keep the issue controlled, I started having various tests done before being prescribed a medication. Like every other medication that I have taken over […]

Once again, an open letter to the Clark County Commission and Las Vegas City Council

Once again, Fourth of July celebrations in Las Vegas were dominated by illegal fireworks purchased from Pahrump to the west and the Indian Reservation to the north. And once again, homes caught fire, people were hurt and the overall purpose of the celebration was dominated by illegal fireworks that turned just about every neighborhood into […]

Bibliodrama steps into Bible characters to increase understanding

BY MIKE HENLE SPECIAL TO THE LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Rabbi Benjamin Katz used a bibliodrama as an additional method of improving understanding of the Bible during a recent gathering of the Active Adults 55 Plus group at Temple Beth Sholom. A bibliodrama is a form of role-playing in which the roles are taken from biblical […]

A rough ride with Russell Job started my career covering off-road racing

Back in the mid-1970s, I was a young sportswriter in my 20s having the time of my life at the Las Vegas Review-Journal. I had been named motorsports editor of the paper long before auto racing had hit the big-time in Southern Nevada. Pretty much a novice at anything related to auto racing, I was […]