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These Vegas “residents” both have biographies on the shelves. Can you match the excerpt to the author?

Carlos Santana and Paul Stanley: Who wrote what?

November 26th, 2014

These Vegas “residents” both have biographies on the shelves. Can you match the excerpt to the author?

  • File this Thomas Pynchon novel under "film adaptations book lovers long for."

  • Designed to capture the spirit of Southern Nevada through art and literature, Helen launched this month with a 56-page issue.

  • It's not your typical autobiography, but Harris comes off as smart and likeable, clever and self-effacing.

  • Think of Jamaica as an island of smiley, laid-back rastas slinging rum on calm beaches? A Brief History of Seven Killings will serve as a ...

  • A mix of local and national writers will discuss their craft, telling stories and talking on issues pertaining to literature, society and writing.

  • Do we really need one more book about a lunatic chopping people up and the cops who finally stop him?

  • The comic features a green-skinned Halloween witch, a black cat and an anthropomorphic owl (because he's funnier that way).

  • Told Goldberg's cleverly spun novel is set in 1998 Las Vegas.

  • But the cartoonist says his latest graphic novel isn’t autobiographical.

  • "You get the sense that you’re endorsing a criminal enterprise."

  • “He was brutal when he had to be and beneficent when the opportunity arose."

  • Your Face in Mine explores rebooting your genetic history.

  • “In Britain Philby had been too British to be doubted; in Russia he was too British to be believed.”

  • Read it with Spotify open, so you can hear the past come alive.

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  • Food

    Drop that baster! Make a reservation this Turkey Day.

  • TV

    "We’re always helping other people’s dreams come true, but we never had a chance to do any work on our own place."

  • Casino

    Here’s a chilling thought, courtesy of the man who made it all possible: “Ask yourself, if there was no Mirage on the Strip, what would’ve ...

  • Art

    "It's time to refresh the project, look at options of location and ensure that our communication about the project is more clear than it has ...

  • Electric Daisy Carnival

    Also: More NYE talent announcements!

  • A&E

    Face-melting Turkey Day meals, carols with Liberace and a drive to the North Pole (Experience)—it's time to shake your holiday season up!

  • As We See It

    Annual checkup: The Downtown hotel and casino celebrated its one-year anniversary late last month.

  • Casino

    If you were there for the opening of the Mirage 25 years ago, Folk was probably the first person you met.

  • Food

    Start with potato pancakes and save room for the rouladen.

  • A&E

    Opulence, decadence, excessive ornamentation and extreme wealth.

  • Dining

    If you thought last year's Grand Banquet was amazing, wait until you see the sequel.

  • Dining

    The Downtown stalwart has new owners, a new look and an exciting new Mexican menu.

  • As We See It

    The race packed 23 obstacles in a punishing 5-mile loop that runners completed over and over again for 24 hours straight.

  • Art

    Even professional exhibiting artists have sat down at the space, creating works that eventually went into gallery shows.

  • Dining

    Also, a feast of white truffles and Nebbiolo at Ferraro's and a throwback menu at Spago.

  • Nightlife

    Also, a Rebel Pride edition of GBDC and Adore Delano at Piranha.

  • Nightlife

    Checking in with the veteran off-Strip venue.

  • Nightlife

    A trio of seasonal sips at the hotel's crystal cocoon.

  • Food

    And the chicken fried steak tastes just as good.

  • Dining

    If you’re going to consume the acclaimed Alba white truffles, you should go all out. And November is the time.