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When a Nevada mining employee tried to blow the whistle on what he believes was an underreported cyanide spill, he found he was merely spitting in the wind.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 07.05.01
The BLM’s dedication of the new Black Rock wilderness area was a celebration—or confiscation, depending on your point of view.
Financing redevelopment sucks money from schools, but how else are you going to get a brand spanking new convention center?
By William Puchert
An interview with Bill Brown, the current CEO of IPBroadcast and former TV news anchor.
By Jimmy Boegle
Thoughts and observations on the Martis Fire.
The convention center—built and subsidized by tax dollars—is a good deal for four downtown casinos, but not for the whole region.
By Nat Carasali
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
An unforgettable experience at the junction of two lonely highways in the middle of Nevada.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
I am leery about that moose, getting the eye exam, looking at my car.
By Mike Price
Yes, kids, there is such a thing as a free lunch—no strings attached—at several locations around Reno.
Manuel Neri translates the complex language of the female body into art.
By Carli Cutchin
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
Lunasa, coming to Reno July 11, may not be well-known to the general public, but to fans of Celtic music, the band is a supergroup.
By Rick Anderson
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
The city of Reno’s recently redesigned Web site is well-designed and full of helpful information.
Mayor Jeff Griffin’s photography skills far exceed the Web design skills of the folks who developed Takegreatpictures.com.
A local promoter lines up three big music events in three weeks to support United Blood Services.
By Adrienne Rice
Spotlight on the local stage.
Gothic North Theater tackles tough, funny pop culture material in Six Women With Brain Death, or Expiring Minds Want to Know.
Steven Spielberg successfully combines his and Stanley Kubrick’s vision into the dark, compelling film A.I.: Artificial Intelligence.
By Bob Grimm
The Green Linnet record label pats itself on the back with this two-disc overview.
The results are quite hilarious when white hardcore bands cover hip-hop hits like “Baby Got Back.”
Jazz band Before Dawn is in a constant state of flux.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Forget the “Bar and Grill” part of the name. Pinocchio’s serves some of the best food in this town.
By Stacie Ferrante
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