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Cosmetic surgery is skyrocketing in popularity, but what are the implications of all this nipping and tucking? As the RN&R learned, there are many unanswered questions.
By Carli Cutchin
This article was published on 08.16.01
You can’t fine citizens for complaining about public officials, says a U.S. Magistrate.
By Deidre Pike
In the 1940s, Americans filled with prejudice and fear did the unthinkable, putting 120,000 people of Japanese descent into internment camps. Could something like this happen again?
By Jesse Johnson
An interview with the Les Ede, the president of the Sparks Heritage Museum.
By Jimmy Boegle
While the participants in Reno Gay Pride have much to celebrate, they also have much work to do.
Plans for a homeless shelter may be finally coming to fruition—it’s about time.
By David Burgio
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist wonders if today’s SUVs will be the classic cars of tomorrow.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Our TV veteran looks at the winners and losers in the CBS fall schedule.
By Mike Price
Sam Dehné's political presence keeps me believing in that “free country” thing.
Local Humor From the Flatlands features works by artists from California’s Central Valley—where the heat is evidentally warping some minds.
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
Controlled Burn prepares to demonstrate its fire performing skills at this year’s Burning Man.
By Kelley Lang
A UNLV professor’s short stories about a dying culture are D.O.A.
Reviewed by Dan Guajardo
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Sarah Bird’s semi-autobiographical novel, The Yokota Officer’s Club, will make you get all misty-eyed and burst out laughing at the same time.
Reviewed by Adrienne Rice
The producers of Turn it up TV hopes its mix of music videos, extreme sports and local events will turn on Reno viewers.
Spotlight on the local stage.
The Riverfront Theatre packs the house with its first-ever musical, Damn Yankees.
By Adrienne Rice
Nicole Kidman delivers some of her best work this year in the supernatural thriller The Others.
By Bob Grimm
Our reviewer loves Rita Chiarelli’s sharp and mature blues tunes.
By Rick Anderson
Kate Rusby’s third album is similar to her first two, in that they all feature marvelous renditions of both traditional and original songs.
Tierney Sutton takes the works of legendary jazz pianist Bill Evans and makes them her own.
Local blues band Voodoo-U is set to release its debut CD.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Kim Son Restaurant’s comfortable surroundings and tasty Chinese/Vietnamese food make it an ideal choice for eating out with friends or dining out alone.
By Stacie Ferrante
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