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Literary Las Vegas

Researcher Kurt Borchard took to the Las Vegas streets collecting tales. Many of these stories are included in the University of Nevada Press book “Homeless in Las Vegas: Stories from the Street.”

Book briefs

Learn more about book signings, author visits and literary events in Las Vegas.

Dad may not fly, but he’s a storybook hero

Superman is not so super.Oh, sure, he can leap over buildings, but does he give horseback rides? He can stop trains, but can he stop your sister from bugging you? He may not ,but your dad can.


Adam Edikauskas has been accepted to attend the Experimental Aircraft Association Basic Air Academy in Oshkosh, Wis.

Like war, divorce shouldn’t be declared lightly

I’m really struggling. I’m in a very toxic, totally disconnected marriage with someone who has a personality disorder (in my opinion) and we have two kids. I desperately want to get out of the marriage, but doing so will hurt the kids, will probably significantly limit my time with them, will reduce their standard of living, not to mention the cost and struggle of going through what I’m sure will be a contentious process that will only add to the conflict between me and their mother.

Honoring fathers

Readers submitted reasons why their dads are the best

Southern Nevada officials make splash about pool safety

Escaping the sizzling summer heat can be dangerous for children left unsupervised. Southern Nevada averages eight child drownings per year. That’s why the valley’s fire departments have crafted drowning awareness campaigns to spread the word about pool safety.

Area Briefing

Safe grilling urged during high-risk months of June and July

Las Vegas Valley inches up on first 100-degree day

Temperatures could hit triple digits Tuesday , which would tie 1971 for the fourth spot of the list of latest date to reach 100, according to the National Weather Service.