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For our annual bars and clubs issue, we checked out 100 of them. Could this be the most comprehensive listing of Truckee Meadows bars and clubs ever? We think so.
By Andrea Rivers, Anna Solano, Brad Horn, Brian Jackson, Carli Cutchin, Carmen Maclean, Catherine Atkins, David Robert, D. Brian Burghart, Deidre Pike, Dylan Riley, Ellen Drewes, Gabriel Doss, Jimmy Boegle, Kelley Lang, Meghan Polley, and William Puchert
This article was published on 03.15.01
The battle to keep the nation’s nuclear waste out of Nevada is a winnable war, says Bob Loux, executive director of the state’s Nuclear Waste Projects Office.
By William Puchert
An interview with Perforated Object, the sculpture outside the Bruce R. Thompson Federal Building.
By Jimmy Boegle
A note on the effects that alcohol can have on our society; a plea for everyone to support an effort to lower the legal blood alcohol limit to .08.
Reno’s attitude toward skaters is evil.
By Cheetah Tchudi
Our columnist gushes forth another torrent of parental advice.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
About 10 babies—and their moms—were on hand to protest a possible funding cut to a relatively new state service, the Family to Family Connection newborn baby centers.
By Deidre Pike
Nevada’s oldest art club is holding its annual sale, featuring simple, beautiful paintings.
Our film reviewer lists who will win—and should have won—an Academy Award.
By Bob Grimm
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Nevada Festival Ballet’s woes continue with the departure of the school’s director and a change in ballets.
By Kelley Lang
Proscenium Players will make you laugh ’til it hurts with I Hate Hamlet.
By Adrienne Rice
15 Minutes tries to pass off as a satire of America’s obsession with tabloid TV, but it ends up being just as sleazy as its subject.
Beaches’ fun-in-the-sun motif and tasty bar food make it a nice place to relax after work.
By Stacie Ferrante
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