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Book Briefs

Book events scheduled this week include signings for “Fade Sag Crumble: Ten Las Vegas Writers Confront Decay,” “Feathers & Gifts” and “Confessions of a Guidette.”

Literary Las Vegas: Donna M. Quick

A gypsy curse, dreams of a mysterious woman later spotted in a 60-year-old photograph, family secrets and a gay man looking for acceptance from his retired minister grandfather fill the pages of local author Donna M. Quick’s novel “Hallowed Illusions.” For more information about the book, visit iuniverse.com or Quick can be contacted at donnamquick@hotmail.com.

Dining pick of the week: El Rancho Mexican

El Rancho Mexican is a fusion restaurant without all the fuss and fancy trimmings that many associate with fusion dining.

A la carte

SLIDIN’ THRU TO OPEN LOCATIONS
ON DURANGO DRIVE, FORT APACHE ROAD

Free lecture series designed to engage community

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ University Forum lecture series is in its 28th year, and its purpose of providing engaging presentations to the local community still holds true since its inception.

Police say precautions can help ensure horror-free Halloween

Officials throughout the Las Vegas Valley are taking measures to ensure safety during Halloween this year, alerting residents of suggested trick-or-treating hours and hosting events to promote alternative ways of celebrating.

Favorite Sons & Daughters

Katie Eklund, 17, has been named Miss Las Vegas Teen USA.

Local coach recalls lifetime of inspiring valley youths

You might be impressed when Jan VanTuyl tells you he’s been teaching in the Clark County School District for 40 years, but that pales in comparison to the 60 years he’s been coaching overall. He was the inspiration for the first gymnastics team in Henderson and is currently building a new tennis team at Desert Pines High School.

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