Las Vegas Review-Journal: Las Vegas library center gives teens free use of technology — VIDEO

The Best Buy Teen Tech Center at the Clark County Library is stocked with more high-tech gizmos, gadgets and thingies than even the most savvy kid could covet, from computers stuffed with graphics, animation and editing software to a DJ station, robotics equipment, a recording studio and … a sewing machine like Mom’s? Sure, says…
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Las Vegas Review-Journal Las Vegas Library Center Gives Teens Free Use of Technology

Las Vegas, NV (January 3, 2018) - The Best Buy Teen Tech Center at the Clark County Library is stocked with more high-tech gizmos, gadgets and thingies than even the most savvy kid could covet, from computers stuffed with graphics, animation and editing software to a DJ station, robotics equipment, a recording studio and …
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Six winners named in library district’s card-design contest

Six Las Vegas artists have had their work selected to decorate new Las Vegas-Clark County Library District cards as part of the district’s inaugural #GetCarded contest. The designs of two children, two teens and two adults were selected from 700 entries submitted in September. The illustrations will appear on cards in February to celebrate National…
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Las Vegas Review-Journal: Ground breaks for East Las Vegas Library set to open in 2019

Growing up in east Las Vegas, Serafin Calvo would translate for his parents, who didn’t know English. He gets choked up when he recalls people disrespecting his parents for not being able to converse in the language, and they didn’t take him seriously. Come 2019, the area Calvo grew up in — where today most…
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Las Vegas Sun: Q+A: Director says libraries do more than enlighten; they change lives

As a young librarian in the 1970s, Ronald Heezen visited a high school detention class. Most of the teens stared at him blankly, looked half asleep or doodled as he read aloud. Later that afternoon, however, a young girl from the class — one who had been drawing the entire time — came into the…
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