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The RN&R eavesdrops while families tour Duane Hanson: Virtual Reality at the Nevada Museum of Art.
By Jimmy Boegle
This article was published on 05.10.01
While Duane Hanson’s contemporary works lack the controversial nature of his older pieces, they still carry powerful meanings.
Upcoming hands/ON! Sunday family programs.
When it comes down to the wire, cutting the budget means hacking services we all need.
By Deidre Pike
The investigation of Reno City Councilwoman Sherrie Doyle goes to the attorney general.
By D. Brian Burghart
An interview with Linda Boegle, the editor’s mom. Hmm it must be Mother’s Day or something.
The RN&R launches its long-awaited Web site; the victims in the Fallon leukemia cluster are going to Disneyland, thanks to a local radio host’s efforts.
Those bad dreams about a world run by large corporations have come true.
By Charles Laws
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnnist mulls over “cyber-poop” and the Lunkhead Movement.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Mike and his alleged family write letters to the editor, which lead us to believe Mike may have taken one too many pain pills.
By Mike Price
After debating the finer points of a Shoppers Square expansion for hours, the Reno City Council approved the abandonment of Locust Street.
Minis and Maxis reveals the beauty of the West—big and small.
By Carli Cutchin
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
A Reno man turns his Porsche passion into a exhibit at the Nevada Automobile Museum.
By Kelley Lang
Our arts editor invites a few first-time visitors to accompany her on a self-guided tour through the National Automobile Museum.
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Sister Crazy by Emma Richler is a dark, intense excursion into one girl’s life.
Reviewed by Deidre Pike
Deux Gros Nez may close its doors soon, unless a drive to turn the quirky café into a co-op proves successful.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Brüka Theatre continues to raise the bar for local theater with The Threepenny Opera.
By Adrienne Rice
The Mummy Returns isn’t as fun the second time around.
By Bob Grimm
Screen tests highlight Superman—The Movie (Special Edition)
An excellent documentary about bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley comes on the heels of a surge in his popularity.
By Rick Anderson
Richard Lester reaches his peak with A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
Lindy’s Deli offers stick-to-your-ribs food in ample portions but should include non-starchy vegetables as side dishes.
By Stacie Ferrante
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