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Local Muslims hope that Reno-Sparks residents will exercise tolerance in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
By Kelley Lang
This article was published on 09.20.01
While Reno may not have a high risk for international terrorist attacks, the Biggest Little City has a history of domestic terrorism attempts.
By Jimmy Boegle
The chaos and destruction of 9-11 have UNR’s prolific terrorism writer questioning his theories.
By Deidre Pike
A group of locals is trying to get together a series of gatherings in an effort to promote peace.
By Adrienne Rice
Thousands of people, mostly children, are dying from entirely preventable stuff like infections and diarrhea in a country that’s also suffered its share of political violence.
A peace march is planned for Reno on Sept. 29.
When it comes to college rankings, UNR’s looking good.
By Jeremy Dutton
Anonymous groups won’t be able to march in this year’s Homecoming parade because of a new rule instated by the University of Nevada, Reno, alumni relations department.
Co-founder Natalie Van Brocklin talks about her new animal advocacy group, On Behalf of Animals.
By Carli Cutchin
Will the skies finally be friendly to fliers?
By Darin Rothwell
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Traveling by plane may never be the same.
Chuck Moffit’s art installation at UNR is interesting, yet baffling.
VSA arts of Nevada’s Kids Arts Fest.
Author Russell Banks, who will speak at the upcoming Great Basin Book Festival, explores the multi-faceted nature of humanity.
Frank Partlow’s first book serves as a primer for inner workings of the Truckee Meadows establishment.
Reviewed by William Puchert
After 20 years in the making, nature-lovers can celebrate the opening of the Tahoe Rim Trail.
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Actress Lynne Griffin performs in Nevada Shakespeare Festival’s Romeo & Juliet.
Reno Little Theater’s Master Class, a portrait of opera diva Maria Callas, is riveting. Who cares if it’s true?
Hardball tries to be The Bad News Bears but fails on many levels.
By Bob Grimm
The Vitriolics’ music recalls punk’s earlier days.
By Gabriel Doss
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Napoli Restaurant has a nice décor, but it needs to work on the details.
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