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‘Charlie Joe Jackson’s Guide to NOT Reading’ is a fun read

All summer long, you’ve managed to avoid anything that even remotely resembles school. You get enough of it from now until spring, so why add to the misery, right? And yeah, you’ve been reading all summer long, but that doesn’t count because reading is fun.

Favorite sons & daughters

Gianna LoPresti was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2010 and spring 2011 semesters at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah.

In adaptive sports, wheels aren’t relegated to just race cars

Born with spina bifida, a developmental disorder affecting the spinal cord, Steve Morales never imagined a life playing sports. Now 28, he aggressively races down the court as he dribbles the basketball just out of his opponent’s reach.

Book Briefs

Pre-festival events for this year’s Vegas Valley Book Festival begin Saturday with a children’s bookmaking celebration in the downtown Cultural Corridor. Events are free with regular museum admission. Children can craft Harry Potter-inspired laboratory notebooks at 11 a.m. and take in Tony Daniel’s Harry Potter Magic Show at 12:30 p.m. at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, 900 Las Vegas Blvd. North, 384-3466.

Letter to the Editor

Residents should take back their neighborhood

Literary Las Vegas: Alexia Vernon

As owner of Catalyst for Action, a business coaching and training company, Las Vegas author Alexia Vernon draws on her background as an actor and dancer to empower audiences all over the country. Part self-help instruction, part hands-on workbook, her book “Awaken Your CAREERpreneur” encourages readers to move beyond being employees to turn callings into careers. For more information, visit awakenyourcareerpreneur.com.

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LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY

Education Notebook

CITY OF LAS VEGAS TO OFFER SAFEKEY REGISTRATION, PAYMENT ONLINE

STEVEN KALAS: Taking responsibility of our actions is a matter of being human

Maybe I awakened some long-slumbering convenience store curse the day I selected a Coca-Cola from the refrigerator case, changed my mind in favor of a Mountain Dew, and arrogantly replaced the unwanted Coca-Cola bottle in the bin containing Monster Energy drink. All I know is that, since then, I have been involved in not one but two fender benders in this very parking lot. What are the odds?

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