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Henderson resident Frank Meoni has been gambling most of his life. Whether it was with his safety as a firefighter or a hand of cards as a poker dealer, the 63-year-old considers himself lucky.
Alan Livingston’s debut novel “Gabriel’s Creek” shares the story of an enchanted bucket list round of golf on a course described as “magical.”
Protagonist Ruby Rose faces many of the same challenges of any teen in Las Vegas author Jessie Humphries’ young adult contemporary thriller “Killing Ruby Rose.”
Tony Sacca is a singer, actor, television host, producer and now, with the publication of “Tony Sacca: Las Vegas Ambassador of Entertainment A 50 Year Journey,” he’s the subject of a biography by local author Arlene Krieger.
Frank and Dolores Kology have a goal. They want to walk to the North Pole. It’s a tongue-in-cheek goal, but it is still quite an effort for the couple. He’s 93, and she’s 91. Their trek begins from their Sun City Summerlin home. They walk a circuit of 1½ miles every night. It’s something they’ve done for the past three years without fail.
Henderson resident Jean Bowles Jenkins, 99, was a pioneer in the real estate industry in Southern California and the Las Vegas Valley, from designing open-kitchen floor plans to convincing home builders to offer sales commissions to real estate agents.
Part-time Southern Nevada resident Joseph Baldi Acosta melds his experiences living in Brazil, Jordan and Ecuador with his love for America in “My Life in Metaphor” an book of reflective poetry on “life, death, and everything in between.”
“It’s a way to remember and pay tribute to America’s greatest generation,” said Dan Roberts, the executive director of Spirit of ’45 Nevada. The event is scheduled April 16 at the Henderson Pavilion.
Gina Moreno Wilson shares the story of her family’s struggle with her father’s illness in “Donald’s Story: One Family’s Journey Through the Tangled Darkness of Alzheimer’s: How to Cope and Survive as Your Loved One Slips Away.”
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