See Sara Shepard, Luis Rodriguez, Colson Whitehead and More at the Las Vegas Book Festival!

The largest literary event in Nevada, the Las Vegas Book Festival, celebrates its 17th year on Saturday, October 20, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Historic Fifth Street School! Special events also will be held to enhance this annual celebration of the written, spoken, and illustrated word. Free and open to the…
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Shimmering Zen by James Stanford

American contemporary Buddhist artist James Stanford’s highly acclaimed “Shimmering Zen” exhibition will travel from London to The Studio at Sahara West Library on September 21, and will continue through November 24, 2018. “Shimmering Zen” premiered at the 20th Anniversary of Asia Art in London, the global hub of Asian contemporary art and antiquities featuring over…
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New eMagazines, Audiobooks, Music and Movies for Free. Did We Mention They’re Free?

Navigating you through the best of our library collection. Via the recommendations of one very opinionated librarian. By Rebecca Colbert Head of Collection and Bibliographic Services at the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Can We Talk? Let’s talk about instant gratification for a minute, maybe less, since, as a culture, we are way short on time…
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Identity Theft: Creating a Strong “Passphrase” and Other Cybersecurity Tips

By Scott Gulbransen AARP State Communications Director Most of us don’t think twice about those passwords that we set up for our various online accounts. But according to the cybersecurity company Symantec—known for its Norton and LifeLock products—we should be taking our passwords much more seriously. The company reports that some 1.1 billion people had…
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Sub Antro 2018 by Pasha Rafat

This site-generated response to the Grotto at Sahara West Library creates a subtle light change, in an already strong architectural environment, by referencing and reflecting the existing desert surrounding. Pasha Rafat is a professor of art and coordinator of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas photography program. He teaches interdisciplinary courses in alternative photography, Intermedia…
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