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Why do these people go through torture just to make people laugh?
By Jimmy Boegle
This article was published on 02.22.01
Two politicians debate the Big Dig—for depressed train tracks in downtown Reno.
By Deidre Pike
An interview with Mitchell Wright, a program attorney at the National Judicial College.
By Brian Jackson
Meter officers may be chasing customers away from downtown; an RN&R intern’s project leads to bigger things.
We haven’t come a long way in the struggle for racial equality.
By Mary Valencia Wilson
Letters to the editor for Feb. 22, 2001.
A recent RN&R story about love and marriage scares the bejesus out of our columnist.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Mike and a buddy encountered a storm while traveling over the Sierras recently. Here’s a transcript.
By Mike Price
It’s weird to hear the latest buzz over Reno as a techie hub of choice for what some hopeless optimists call “new technology firms.”
Painter Sherry Sims wants viewers to draw their own conclusions about her artwork.
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
An RN&R staffer shares her obsession with an online word game.
By Adrienne Rice
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Live music returns to Reno Live; Tahoe Independent Film Festival moves from spring to fall.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Reno Little Theater’s Sylvia is good overall, but the title character needs to act more like a dog.
Down to Earth is a bad re-make of Heaven Can Wait.
By Bob Grimm
Local band Arch has been perfecting its signature sound since 1995.
By Dylan Riley
Musicnotes for Feb. 22, 2001.
For authentic down-home cooking, Heidi’s Family Restaurant won’t disappoint with its delicious stick-to-your-ribs food.
By Johnathan L. Wright
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