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Literary Las Vegas: Daniel O’Connor

Salvatore Salerno grew up in Brooklyn surrounded by organized crime minions with names like Nicky the Zipper, Tommy Box o’ Cookies and Staten Island Lou. But Sal was different. They called him Sally the Pope, a nickname that fit a young family man determined to stay clear of crime and violence. Henderson author Daniel O’Connor, with the help of Peter Randazzo, brings Sal and the Brooklyn of his childhood to life in the novel “Sons of the Pope.”

Book Briefs for March 19-25

Vicki Pettersson to release
newest Celestial Blues novel today

AREA BRIEFING

COURT PROGRAM TO FOCUS
ON REPEAT TRAFFIC OFFENDERS

Duo teams up to share the craft of acting

Comedian Brad Garrett walks on to the Las Vegas acting scene from stage left. For him, acting is a craft, and like any other art, it requires serious work and dedication.

Restrictions channel refuse to specialized collection sites

Republic Services, the company charged with handling the valley’s trash, can remove most refuse, but some things require special handling and can’t be put on the curb on trash day.

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