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We asked area teens to send us poems, essays, works of art, etc. about whatever they wanted. Here’s some of what we got.
By Brian Jackson, and Jimmy Boegle
This article was published on 05.17.01
Local AIDS awareness activists organize a memorial to combat complacency about the disease.
By Deidre Pike
An interview with Lorna Weaver, the new executive director of the Nevada Wildlife Federation.
By Jimmy Boegle
Mayor Jeff Griffin and City Manager Charles McNeely will leave behind a legacy of getting things done. Sadly, that legacy will also include, at best, a mixed record of success—and a lack of integrity.
The liberal media, in tandem with the justice system, seeks to cover up for minorities rather than persecute them.
By Ira Hansen
Letters in response to the April 26 Guest Comment, “Sex Objects No More.”
Would you take the bus if gas prices go up? Our columnist lists the benefits of leaving the car in the garage.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Some creative thinking would serve downtown redevelopment better than a publicly funded convention center.
The Fourth Ward School in Virginia City houses baskets galore from the Great Basin Basketmakers.
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
Worried that your teens aren’t getting enough exercise? Ironically, the latest video game craze may keep them in shape.
By Adrienne Rice
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Animal Ark holds its annual rummage sale.
By Kelley Lang
Sierra Arts plans to move into Riverside Artist Lofts in the fall.
Spotlight on the local stage.
The Nevada Shakespeare Festival provokes warm fuzzies with its production of The Music Man.
A Knight’s Tale is good, clean and incredibly stupid fun.
By Bob Grimm
Lolitapop Dollhouse makes its debut at the Zephyr.
By Dylan Riley
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Coach’s Grill and Sports Bar is a restaurant at heart, but it doesn’t seem to excel beyond sports bar fare.
By Stacie Ferrante
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