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California’s energy dered may be inspiring environmental and financial benefits for Nevadans.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 04.19.01
Patagonia puts its muscle behind the cliché: “Every day is Earth Day.”
By Deidre Pike
A Truckee author’s book teaches self-reliance in the absence of technology.
By Dan McGee
Our film critic reflects on the movies that remind him of Earth Day.
By Bob Grimm
Was freedom of speech squelched by Galena High School administrators fearful of heated student debate?
By Brian Jackson
An interview with Kevin Reilly, the recycling manager of RSW recycling.
By Jimmy Boegle
Answering the people who claim that there’s no such thing as a hate crime.
The ACLU seeks fairness in asset seizure laws.
By Kendall Stagg
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist is dismayed at how many remote controls and other technological gizmos he owns.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
The “I agree with_” Christian campaign spreads across the nation and into the University of Nevada, Reno, campus.
Robert Brady’s work, on display at the Stremmel Gallery, is diverse, but the most eye-catching pieces are his big, bold works of sculpture.
By Carli Cutchin
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
Politically Incorrect host Bill Maher visits Northern Nevada for two stand-up shows this weekend.
By William Puchert
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
A new improv group, Laughing Room Only, hopes to tickle funny bones.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Brüka Theatre’s new children’s play is Old West fun for the whole family.
By Adrienne Rice
Bridget Jones’s Diary is charming at first, but then falls into routine Hollywood romance claptrap.
Guitar Woody & The Boilers are still steaming up Reno after 10 years.
Photo By Dylan Riley
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Kung Food’s tongue-in-cheek name might elict a groan, but its lunch-time fare should leave you satisfied.
By Johnathan L. Wright
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