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By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 12.28.00
Debates over censorship and religion crop up after a Reno High holiday window-decorating event.
By Deidre Pike
By William Puchert
An interview with Ron Newton, the retiring technical director of United Blood Services.
By Chelsea Correia
The editor reflects on the malls, the movie theaters and confusing horoscopes.
By Celia Sue Hecht
Letters to the editor for Dec. 28, 2000.
Notes on TV Guide, Alex Rodriguez and more.
By Jody Lindke
Esteban Valle successfully made the transition from athlete to artist.
By Brad Horn
Reproductions of Theodor Geisel’s artwork is on display in The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss at Addi Galleries.
A Sacramento alt-country-rock band, Forever Goldrush, is coming to Reno.
By Jackson Griffith
Executive director Julie Robertson continues Gothic North’s commitment to community theater.
By Kelley Lang
Tom Hanks once again gives an Oscar-worthy performance in Cast Away.
By Bob Grimm
Luckey Walker takes a break from the Alaskan winter to play at Abby’s Highway 40.
By Dylan Riley
Musicnotes for Dec. 28, 2000.
By Adrienne Rice
Kanaka’s offers real Hawaiian food without the clichés.
By Johnathan L. Wright
By Rob Tocalino
By Catherine Atkins, and Rob Tocalino
By Jimmy Boegle
By Catherine Atkins
By Stacie Ferrante
By Brad Lucas
By Beryl Chong
By Michael Greenspan
If you want more than just coffee, try the sandwiches at Walden’s Coffeehouse.
Our reviewer finds decent food and quirky service at a local Filipino eatery.
You’ll get hooked on Wild Alaskan Fish Eatery & Market’s scrumptious offerings.
Greko’s offers yummy Greek fare but disappoints with pizza.
The Peppermill Steak House’s below-average fare doesn’t match the above-average prices.
Grog’s Bar & Grill is a good place for an after-work drink; the food’s not bad either.
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