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Student writers feel strangely compelled to take UNR instructor Gailmarie Pahmeier’s poetry workshop again and again.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 04.05.01
The state legislature deals with bills clarifying the Nevada Open Meeting Law.
By William Puchert
An interview with Scott Roller, the owner of Beehive Hair Co. and singer/rhythm guitarist for the Saddle Tramps.
By Jimmy Boegle
The Angel Kiss Foundation helps the families of cancer-stricken children deal with the day-to-day necessities of life.
Two groups—at completely opposite ends of the spectrum—have managed to put me on their e-mail lists; our curmudgeon columnist goes under the knife.
A 1961 Cosmo article predicting women’s lives in 2001 reveals where we were, where we are and—most importantly—where we aren’t.
By Michelle Depoali
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist serves up second helping of world-class Nevada.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
The tobacco industry is still flexing its muscles in the Nevada Legislature.
Local floral designer Steven Craig believes flower arrangements are an under-appreciated art form.
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Robert Laxalt’s memoir, Travels with My Royal: A Memoir of the Writing Life, is full of humor and free of hubris.
A former RN&R staffer recalls his 1994 interview with one of Nevada’s most respected authors, Robert Laxalt, who died last week at age 77.
By Bill Martin
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
A local male revue gets women all hot and bothered last Friday at the Cal-Neva Virginian.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
The Knights of Indulgence Theatre United States followed their dreams across the country.
By Adrienne Rice
Spy Kids is an action-adventure film that both kids and parents will like.
By Bob Grimm
Björk proves she’s an amazing actress in the troubling Dancer in the Dark.
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Rick Anderson
Michael Langham is the one-man force behind the Lighthouse Pop’n Blues Band.
By Gabriel Doss
Your bimonthly dose of Reno music news and rumors.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Love’s Barbeque isn’t a bad restaurant, but its food lacks soul.
By Johnathan L. Wright
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