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For a Sun Valley couple with a rebuilt ‘55 Chevy, Hot August Nights is a time to feel like a teenager again.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 07.26.01
Hot August Nights…don’t miss a thing!
While we celebrate Hot August Nights this week, we should also remember the not-so-good parts of the 1950s.
By Adrienne Rice
USA Capital is in the news for plugging another unneeded tech park—and for its gangsta connections.
By Judy Herman
An interview with Dave Marz, the news director for KKOH 780 AM radio.
By Jimmy Boegle
A spectacular new gaming property gets set to open in Reno, as other businesses struggle just to stay open.
What kind of messages do we send about family when we punish and devalue non-traditional families?
By Launie Gardner
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist waxes poetic about Artown.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Mike writes this week’s column with some “help” from his not-so-trusty computer.
By Mike Price
The recent arrest of a Russian cryptographer in Las Vegas gave critics of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act fodder for outrage.
Chad Sorg lends a new dimension to art with his digitized LeeMarvin exhibit.
By Carli Cutchin
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
Fine art be damned! Our reporter rates some of the area’s gaudiest casino carpeting.
Clay Jenkinson gets inside a famous explorer’s apparently messed-up head in The Character of Meriwether Lewis.
Reviewed by Dan Guajardo
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
If you like blowing things up, Twisted Metal: Black is the game for you.
By Bob Grimm
Comedy Central’s Primetime Glick may be the funniest show on TV.
Pornolize.com turns the most serious of Web sites into X-rated diatribes.
By Jenanne Bull
Electronica duo The Crystal Method drops by Reno for a Tweekend show.
By William Puchert
Spotlight on the local stage.
Les Folie’s de Paris isn’t your average casino show—c’est magnifique!
Jurassic Park III lacks the thrills and chills of its predecessors.
Don’t watch The Yards for shits and giggles but for good performances by Mark Wahlberg, Joaquin Phoenix and Ellen Burstyn.
Hide your daughters—Phat Couch is back.
By Gabriel Doss
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
The Sparks Hometowne Farmers’ Market offers the best in summer produce and a savory selection of treats to delight even the pickiest eater.
By Stacie Ferrante
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