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“We’re trying to build the idea that this is another literary destination.”

The Juhl, ‘The Believer’ and others join forces for an ambitious writer-in-residence program

July 12th, 2018

“We’re trying to build the idea that this is another literary destination.”

  • Print

    More than 150 writers and artists explore themes, causes and responses to gun violence, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Route 91 Strong.

  • A&E

    See photos of the Valley’s vanished bars, movie theaters and more—and hear their stories.

  • Print

    New work from comedian Louie Anderson, poet Claudia Keelan and more.

  • Print

    It unfolds leisurely over just two days and four events—with no overlaps.

  • A&E

    The latest addition rounds out a packed program for the weekender's closing variety show.

  • PhotographyNewsAll

    Learn some of the ways the Writer’s Block, B&C Camera and Kappa Toys keep customers coming back.

  • Film

    Most of the movie’s cast is local, and veteran character actor Lorenzo Lamas plays a military general.

  • Print

    Kevin MacKinnon plans to self-publish You’re My Human to help pets find forever homes.

  • Print

    "I was driving my car when she called. It was Oprah’s voice in surround sound."

  • Print

    In vitro fertilization, too, is federally banned, because an amendment outlaws the transfer of embryos from laboratory to uterus.

  • Print

    Michael Wolff makes a convincing case that the campaign that expected to lose gamely morphed into the administration that can’t run the empire.

  • Weekly Q&A

    “Compared to my Ohio life, people are more positive here, more responsive to literary things.”

  • Print

    Lincoln, Grant and Clinton make appearances.

  • Print

    The posthumous collection reflects a lifetime of the writer’s journalism, essays and profiles.

  • Print

    Attempting a modern sequel of a classic novel is a dicey affair.

  • FeaturedBooksHalloween 2017

    What happens when our mobster past comes back in undead form?

  • Print

    He has in many ways become the country’s most recognized black writer, a latter-day James Baldwin.

  • Intersection

    “I want this to be a community hub—a place that’s warm and welcoming.”

  • Print

    Local authors make a strong showing this year.

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  • Dining

    Coming soon: a fenced-in side-patio area that could turn into your new favorite outdoor eating space when the calendar turns to fall.

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    After scouring the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook odds, here are the best bets to answer college football’s three biggest questions.

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    Meet a nonprofit organization that has invested more than $1.2 billion in research to fight blood cancer.

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    Brendon Urie did it all at T-Mobile Arena, from floating on a piano to backflipping from a drum riser and covering Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

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    The band’s “final” concert in Boston in 2004 resulted in one of the great pilgrimages in rock history: an estimated 166,000 people.

  • Fine Art

    She began by choosing materials that resolve the significant site-specific constraints of the Rotunda: the circular space, constant pedestrian traffic, unpredictable air currents, bright windows ...

  • A&E

    The black-and-white collection of photos dropped July 26 and is available at blurb.com as an $8 zine or a $6 PDF.