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Bob Grimm reveals his Top 10 best and worst lists of movies released in 2000.
By Bob Grimm
This article was published on 01.18.01
These films and performers should be honored or beaten.
Bob Grimm’s popcorn ratings of all the films he reviewed in 2000.
A year has gone by since Reno officials ordered the demolition of a Reno landmark—and there’s still no real plan for the Mapes.
By William Puchert
Expect a fierce battle over a broad-based business tax that could raise millions for education in Nevada.
By Deidre Pike, and William Puchert
Dennis Butterfield fixes up violins, teaches kids and takes pictures of downtown Reno.
By Deidre Pike
With a fugitive’s capture, those involved with the Internet rape case can hopefully move on with their lives.
By Jimmy Boegle
Teachers, exhausted by endless excursions into rote teaching and random testing, forfeit their say in education reform.
By Launie Gardner
Letters to the editor for Jan. 18, 2001.
Our columnist dispenses some sage advice to young people.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Our columnist remembers a legendary jazz man who was great in more ways than one.
By Mike Price
Esoteric, a new gallery and coffee house, provides space for local art and musicians.
By Brad Horn
Spoken-word performer Jello Biafra reflects on an eventful year on his latest CD, Become the Media.
Local artist’s painting presented to President Clinton as a gift; theater company cancels debut production.
By Kelley Lang
Gothic North Theater provides a satisfactory production of Steel Magnolias.
By Ellen Drewes
The Coen Brothers once again thrill our film critic with O Brother Where Art Thou?
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