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GOOD KINGS BAD KINGS: Brutally honest, funny look at ‘different’ kids

In the state of Illinois, if you are a teenager with disabilities and perceived (or real) behavioral issues, there’s a good chance you will end up at the Illinois Learning and Life Skills Center, a human warehouse.

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A THOUSAND DAYS IN VENICE: True-life love story sings in pages of memoir

Imagine a chance encounter with a handsome Italian in a café while on a girls-only Venetian holiday. Imagine you have lunch with the handsome man and he tells you he fell in love with you several years back, when he saw you on vacation with another man.

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THE PASSAGE OF POWER: Bringing history to life

Robert A. Caro has spent the better part of his professional life chronicling the life and times of Lyndon Baines Johnson.

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DOWNFALL: Graphic violence overpowers thriller

Jeff Abbott’s publisher sent an advance copy of his new book, “Downfall,” for review. It was my first encounter with Abbott’s hero, Sam Capra.

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Buffett in Bossier: Short and sweet - Paradise Theater offers intimate, up close experience with artist

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I got lucky during a walking tour of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Resort and Casino’s grand opening July 3. Our guide stopped in the Paradise Theater, an intimate 900-seat venue where the Big Kahuna himself was playing a sold-out, VIP show that evening. The first person we saw was Buffett’s long-time security chief, Charleston Miles. Among his many duties, Miles is the one who directs photographers during the show. Usually, he lets us shoot the first three songs – without a flash – and then sends us to our seats.

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