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What could happen to the Truckee Meadows if a 7.1 earthquake strikes? Here’s a summary of what geologists found out and what’s been done to improve our area’s earthquake preparedness.
By Kelley Lang
This article was published on 09.06.01
Securing your home and developing an emergency plan are some of the things you should do to help you survive a major earthquake.
Anti-globalization activists in Reno will gather to support D.C. protesters.
By Deidre Pike
A family shopping trip turned into a nightmare when police arrested Avon Holmes, alleges a pending lawsuit.
By Mary Henry
A newly formed coalition vows to fight a proposed kitty litter mining operation in Hungry Valley.
By Jimmy Boegle
Casual labor ordinance rewriting is challenged by the ACLU.
Cindy LaVan and Razzmatazz join about 125 other balloonists taking to the skies over Reno.
It appears nuclear waste is coming to Nevada—and there are endless consequences.
OK, OK, stop yelling at me—art is for everyone.
By Jude Gabbard
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Jody Lindke
Mike apologizes for a mistake while remembering one of his writer heroines, Dorothy Parker.
By Mike Price
Notice the new surge of tolerance for bigots?
Art of the Outdoors at the New Medium Art Gallery takes a surprisingly broad look at nature.
By Carli Cutchin
A quick look at a notable exhibition.
BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet keeps Cajun music alive and kickin'.
By Rick Anderson
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
TheSpark.com’s various online tests provide hours of worthless fun.
Ladies in the Park will rock Wingfield this weekend.
Lennon is not your average piano player.
By William Puchert
Spotlight on the local stage.
Local theater companies are gearing up for the fall season.
By Adrienne Rice
Jeepers Creepers will generate nightmares for our movie reviewer, and he says that’s a good thing.
By Bob Grimm
Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:8, recently released on DVD, will leave anime viewers wondering what the fuss is all about.
By Michael Shafer
The Gatchaman 1994 anime collection is decently entertaining, but nothing special.
The Quango label is back with four new compilation CDs, the best of which is Mystic Groove.
Local band Redcel seems to be on a lucky streak.
By Gabriel Doss
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Kyoto Restaurant could have been wonderful, but some annoying flaws kept that from happening.
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