Las Vegas is wildly fortunate to be home to the "fabulous flying fingers" of Philip Fortenberry. See him in "Jersey Boys," catch his recitals at the Liberace Museum, or pick up his new CD, "Broadway, My Way."
Whenever a celebrity graces the stage at the Clark County Library, a big crowd gathers. When the celebrity is Tony Curtis, and his interviewer is Norm Clarke, the crowd is enormous. Last Sunday, I was in that happy horde, and
Think about the last time you were in a library. Were you intimidated by the Dewey Decimal System? Shushed into silence by a witch at the reference desk? Bad encounters with libraries can have lifelong effect, and many adults haven't
Invited to speak at a library function in Laughlin, Nev., I was eager to meet aspiring authors. I was also eager to meet the bikers who roared into town that weekend for the annual Laughlin River Run. Drinking beer and