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Diversifying Restaurant Menus Suggest Taking a Look at What the World Eats
If you live in the United States, you might be surprised to see a Stroopwafel McFlurry in McDonald’s, but in the Netherlands it’s a staple dessert item on the fast food chain’s menu. It might also seem strange to order a Baja Blast with Ketel One in it. But if the test market is successful, the cocktail may be coming to a Taco Bell near you. Despite the spread of most foods to all four corners of the Earth, humans still have wildly different diets owing to our diverse cultures.
UNLV report forecasts continued economic growth this year and in 2020
If you take a drive through Southern Nevada, the scars of the Great Recession aren't so obvious anymore. Where stalled projects once stood, new homes are sprouting from the ground. In the tourist corridor, several under-construction projects are changing the Strip's landscape. And plazas with new eateries and shops are welcoming customers across the Las Vegas Valley.
Now in its third year, the Bus to the Barrick program provides free transportation for K-12 Clark County School District children to visit UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art. Most of the students in attendance have never been to an art museum prior to their field trip, and without free transportation and admission, many of them wouldn’t be able to afford the experienc