Reading For Saves

Dallas Stars goalie Marty Turco knows about commitment. In January of this year, he signed a four-year extension with Dallas instead of becoming a free agent. Also, he stands in front of a net and lets people hit hockey pucks in his direction at around 100 mph. The man is nigh heroic, and if he tells me I need to commit to something, I'll do it. Thank God all he asks is that I read more. He'll be speaking about literacy (as part of the Dallas Stars Foundation’s Supercuts Stick With Reading Program) at 5 p.m. this Tuesday at Barnes & Noble, 616 Preston Royal Shopping Center. Visit
Tue., Aug. 22, 5 p.m.
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