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Reading

  • Bourbon Book Club

    This month, the Bourbon Book Club will be reading Gold Fame Citrus by Claire Vaye Watkins. In this debut novel, Watkins imagines Southern California as transformed into a blighted, post-drought wasteland. The discussion will be complemented by a bourbon selected and provided by The Whiskey Attic. And, yes, you’re supposed to have read the book […]

  • A. Brad Schwartz

    The author of Broadcast Hysteria: Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds and the Art of Fake News discusses his latest book, which re-examines Welles’ legendary 1938 radio broadcast and the reaction to it.

  • Books

    Busting Up the Binaries

    By Gregory Crosby

    Dave Hickey’s '25 Women' is a nuanced and highly readable collection of art essays

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    Mary Roach Makes Science Engaging and Fun—Again—in Grunt

    By M. Scott Krause

    Roach’s books are hilariously smart, endlessly informative and utterly entertaining.

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    Tales From a Golden Punk State

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Los Angeles punk luminaries share stories of playing packed gigs, cruising around in vintage cars and throwing the wildest of parties—but also stories of breakups, car wrecks and overdoses.

  • Reading

    A Neon Reading Rainbow

    By Soni Brown

    Fill your summer reading list with books about your hometown.

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    Join Fargo‘s Noah Hawley Before the Fall

    By M. Scott Krause

    Hawley has created enough well-drawn characters, action and overall tension to keep readers hooked from the opening paragraphs.

  • Kate DiCamillo

    The two-time Newbery medalist  and author of novels including Because of Winn-Dixie and The Tale of Despereaux will do a reading a book signing to celebrate her new novel, Raymie Nightingale,

  • Barrick Lecture Series: Doris Kearns Goodwin

    The historian, bestselling author and Pulitzer prize winner speaks about “Leadership Lessons from the White House.” Her books include Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys and, most recently, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism.

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    These Adult Coloring Books Are a Bit Off-Color

    By Emmily Bristol

    You don’t have to be into mandalas, or even sober, to enjoy adult coloring books. You just need crayons, courage, and these seven black-and-white wonders.

  • An Evening with Sophia Loren

    The iconic beauty, Academy Award-winning actress and Hollywood legend talks about living a life most of us couldn’t even dream up. Our interview.

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    The Replacements Get a Clear, Mostly Sober Telling

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    The Replacements were a band that almost made it big in the ’80s, but never quite got to stadium size thanks to a mixture of bad breaks, bad timing and plenty of self-sabotage.

  • XCUT/PASTE/(C)OPY: an Evening of Zines

    An evening of reading, presentations, conversations and general sharing hosted by the Las Vegas Zine Library.

  • J. Aaron Sanders Reading and Book Signing

    The author will read from and sign Speakers of the Dead: A Walt Whitman Mystery is a mystery novel in which the reporter-cum-poet navigates the seedy underbelly of New York City’s body-snatching industry in an attempt to prove his friend innocent of a murder charge.

  • Wizard World Convention

    Indulge in three days of nerdom, with stars from the screen, page and web including Dr. Who’’sMatt Smith and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ s Elizabeth Hentsridge.

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