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Three Square

  • Social Influence

    MGM Resorts Steps Up Its Corporate Social Responsibility With Food Bank Partnership

    By Michael Lyle

    The hotel conglomerate announced its Surplus Banquet Food Donation Program to benefit Three Square by collecting leftover food that has not been served by conventions and banquets.

  • Dining

    Feasts to Fight Famine

    By Al Mancini

    After nearly a decade of covering and working with Three Square food bank, every visit to their warehouses and every conversation with its reps still features a moment that kind of floors me.

  • latest

    School Breakfast Program Creates Classroom Success

    By Emmily Bristol

    Nevada First Lady Kathleen Sandoval stopped by K.O. Knudson Middle School March 8 to highlight the success of the Breakfast After the Bell program.

  • The Week

    Programs Offer Help to the Valley’s Hungry Children

    By Emmily Bristol

    While Christmas songs are encouraging us to feel goodwill toward each other, there is something we can do that is far more tangible to help thousands of kids this holiday season, and beyond.

  • Education

    How Charitable Groups Are Making a Difference in Our Schools

    By Kayla Dean

    Dozens of philanthropic organizations partner with the Clark County School District to close the gap between what students need and what the district provides. Here are a few such organizations, along with websites you can visit to learn more and lend support.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Weekend Sin, Restaurant Week is Again Upon Us and Burgers Galore at Café 6

    By Grace Bascos

    Part of the new wave of restaurants Downtown, Glutton has been surprising food lovers with its adventurous menu.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Off-Menu Dining During Restaurant Week, New BBQ Comes to Town Square

    By Grace Bascos

    Fall Restaurant Week is upon us once again from August 22-28, when we can help others by dining out all across the Valley. The program has become so successful it’s expanded beyond affordable, prix fixe menus at posh spots such as Mesa Grill in Caesars Palace and Andre’s in Monte Carlo. This go ’round, Three Square […]

  • The Latest

    Feathers, Food and a Celebration of Three Square

    By Jessi C. Acuña

    Last year, Fashion for Three Square raised more than $2.5 million—and the Southern Nevada food bank just may surpass that number at this year’s event on May 8. The Bennett and Engelstad family foundations, who were instrumental in last year’s event, have pledged a $1 million match for the Bag Childhood Hunger campaign.

  • Thanksgiving

    These Charity Events Put the ‘Giving’ in Thanksgiving

    By Camille Cannon

    From a heavy metal benefit show to a strip-club canned food drive, here are a few creative ways to be generous this season.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Eat With Your Hands, Local Bakery Goes to War

    By Grace Bascos

    I’ll bet lumpia to longanisa that you don’t know much about Filipino food. That’s fine; the unsung Asian cuisine doesn’t get as much play as Chinese or Thai, perhaps because it’s one of those cuisines that’s best enjoyed in someone’s home kitchen. September 24 is your chance to get educated on—or, if you’re already a fan, indulge in—some proper Filipino fare.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Three Ways to Give While Getting Your Fill

    By Grace Bascos

    Palms Casino Resort is apparently the place to be when you want to help feed hungry children in Southern Nevada. Two upcoming events have attracted the city’s top chefs and mixologists, who donate their time to create bites and sips in the name of feeding families in need. Three Square’s fifth annual DISH Las Vegas […]

  • The New Dinner Party

    By Xania V. Woodman

    Studio 54’s VIP section routinely featured a room-service cart of sandwich and cookie platters back in 2002, the thought being, I guess, that if you fed us we would stay. (It worked.) Of course, there are much finer things on offer today for pre- and post-party dining on the Strip—First Food & Bar in the Palazzo, Rattlecan in the Venetian, Allegro in Wynn and Society Café in Encore.

  • Diner's Notebook

    How Italy and Brazil do brunch; Restaurant Week goes semi-annual

    By Max Jacobson

    The Grill at Piero Selvaggio’s Valentino is rather drab. That’s a pity, because it is so well located at the casino end of Restaurant Row at the Venetian. You might have walked by it and not stopped in. Don’t make that mistake again if it is Sunday Brunch time, because this may be the best brunch in Las Vegas.

  • Community

    Brain Food


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    Amid the ritual hullabaloo of the back-to-school process, there’s the privilege of eating. School means free or discounted food for more than 50 percent of Clark County School District students who would be hungry without assistance—a tragic commentary on the state of our economic recovery. With Las Vegas’ unemployment rate still hanging at a national high of 13.8 percent, the basic needs of an alarming share of children aren’t being met. At least 150,000 Clark County kids lack sufficient meals, 6,000 of whom are homeless or without a permanent address.

  • Society

    Good Food, Cause

    Dish Las Vegas, a fundraising event for Three Square food bank and a treat for foodies of every description, was held recently in the pool and bungalows at the Palms hotel-casino. Guests set their own pace at serving stations where chefs from restaurants including Alize, The Capital Grille, Bradley Ogden, Vintner Grill and N9NE Steakhouse provided examples of their menu favorites. Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, New Amsterdam Gin, Stella Artois and Bacardi were among the providers of the cocktails.

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