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Our reviewer looks at upcoming movies and determines the good, the bad and the delayed.
By Bob Grimm
This article was published on 09.27.01
Bob looks back at how the summer movie-going season went.
For families already on the edge, casino cutbacks could prove to be disastrous.
By Deidre Pike
The Nevada State Commission on Ethics finds “just and sufficient cause” to look into Mayor Jeff Griffin’s dealings with the airport.
By William Puchert
A Reno band is releasing a “9-11” memorial CD, with all proceeds going to the families of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington, D.C.
By Gabriel Doss
The Nevada Shakespeare Festival’s latest production may have to close early due to financial problems.
By Adrienne Rice
An interview with Dick Popovich, owner of America’s Choice.
By Kelley Lang
The call to not sacrifice freedom for the illusion of security transcends political ideology.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Be a consuming drone and see a concert at The Hawk, our columnist urges.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Even if you’re out of dough, you can still dream about the redevelopment of Reno.
XXXposed brings strip club culture to the art gallery.
By Carli Cutchin
In Armenia by David Torch.
Area filmmakers bring skipping cowboys and ‘ripping’ female athletes to the Tahoe International Film Festival.
Get your chili fix at the World Championship Chili Cook-off.
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Brüka Theatre opens its season with Sam Shepard’s Buried Child.
Proscenium Players Inc.'s Dracula is a passable presentation of the classic horror story.
By Catherine Atkins
Hearts in Atlantis is plagued by stale dialogue and a screenplay that goes nowhere.
The closing credits of Blood: The Last Vampire are more interesting than the movie itself.
By Michael Shafer
Mark Ribot’s music is not always pretty, but it’s always interesting.
By Rick Anderson
Weezer’s third album is short—really short—but pretty sweet nonetheless.
Export Quality is the perfect chill-out record.
Local band Peace Mafia speaks of unity and acts with energy.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
HoneyBaked Ham Company’s sandwiches and sides are tasty, but nothing spectacular.
By Stacie Ferrante
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