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A Sparks mother of four, who worked as a civil court clerk for 17 years, had a dream of becoming a judge. Sometimes, dreams come true.
By Jimmy Boegle
This article was published on 07.12.01
If you think your utility bills are getting bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
By Deidre Pike
White supremacists from Seattle sour a benefit show at the Zephyr Lounge.
By Adrienne Rice, and Gabriel Doss
A post-yoga interview with Kathleen Randolph, co-owner of The Yoga Center.
Federal involvement in Nevada is good. No, it’s bad. No, wait…
Worried about rising power bills? It’s the Republicans’ fault.
By Shane Piccinini
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Jody Lindke
Comedy is a serious business, and thanks to open-mic nights, there’s lots of that business happening around these parts.
By Mike Price
Find a fire, dial 911 and enjoy the dial tone.
Artist John Parsons takes hot glue out of the tool shed and into the gallery.
By Carli Cutchin
One line summary.
A group of local history buffs learn about Fourth Street’s past during a historic walk hosted by the Historic Reno Preservation Society.
By Kelley Lang
A list of walks sponsored by the Historic Reno Preservation Society during Artown.
A former Washoe County Commissioner explores the shifting paradigms of marriage.
Reviewed by William Puchert
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Red Faction for Playstation 2 is sick, violent fun.
By Bob Grimm
This site seems to aim for TheOnion.com, but instead ends up with Gilligan’s Island: The Lost Episode.
Don’t want to fork out the bucks for a dictionary or thesaurus? Go to Dictionary.com instead.
Like him or hate him, John Tesh his probably happier and more successful than you are.
A Mine Shaft is a Deep Subject is the best bad play our reviewer has seen.
By Adrienne Rice
Our film reviewer would rather inhale fire than watch The Anniversary Party again.
The Moulin Rouge soundtrack is chock full of fun, upbeat tunes.
Local band the Atomiks may be headed for a new molecular structure.
By Dylan Riley
Local musicians promo free, refreshing water.
Compiled By Deidre Pike
The latest Thai restaurant to the scene, Thai Lotus, blends spicy dishes with sweet and friendly service.
By Stacie Ferrante
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