This week’s book event highlights include signings with H. Lee Barnes, Erin Lale, JoAnn Oppenheimer, Judy McFadden and information on the The Jewish Community Center of Southern Nevada’s fourth annual Jewish Book & Arts Festival.
“Tales From Fremont Street,” a collection of six interconnected graphic stories edited by Pop! Goes the Icon publisher Pj Perez, taps the talents of Ed Hawkins, The Fillbach Brothers (Matt and Shawn), Jarret Keene, Victor Moya, Deryl Skelton, F. Andrew Taylor, Evan Dent, Warren Wucinich, Dylan Todd and Jska Priebe.
City of Las Vegas staffers are set to say goodbye to the Bridge Gallery on the second floor of Las Vegas City Hall with “A Walk on the Wild Side.” The Musical Arts Chorus plans to perform Felix Mendelssohn’s St. Paul Oratorio and Las Vegas Academy is putting on “Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
CITY OF LAS VEGAS GRANTS OFFERED
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A decade-long vision is scheduled to come to fruition next year when construction of the La Concha Visitor Center at the Neon Museum, 821 Las Vegas Blvd. North, is complete.
SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION
After losing her daughter, a Henderson mother is embarking on a campaign to end bullying and raise awareness of suicide.
From a magic-loving kid in California to a former University of Nevada, Las Vegas student who’s seen his dreams come true, Seth Grabel has come a long way.
A few weeks ago, I disappeared from your copy of View, sitting weekly in your mailbox or in your driveway. Poof! I was gone. I was relocated to the View online. From hence, this is where I’ll be answering reader questions. From here I hope you will continue to write, to risk your questions, so that together we can talk, think, reach, struggle and find.