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As a conservative talk show host at Reno’s KKOH-AM, he had nearly complete freedom of speech—until he questioned U.S. foreign policy in Israel.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 10.04.01
If you’re not pro-war, then you’re pro-terrorist? Give us a break.
Reno resident Keith Davis can process your film, show you the Sierra and whip up a tasty vegetarian dish.
By Adrienne Rice
Homosexuality is a disease, or something.
By Bill Hamma
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist muses on karma and the events of Sept. 11.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
The city votes to fund a propaganda campaign, spending your money to tell you what to think.
Artist Ray Valdez tells the story of his homeland and his people.
By Carli Cutchin
Cornucopia by Laszlo Szaniszlo.
The editors of Sacramento-based Heckler magazine pay tribute to snowboarders, skateboarders and musicians in a new book, Declaration of Independents.
Mark Joseph’s The Wild Card is a page-turning thriller.
Reviewed by Dan Guajardo
Jim Brickman will fill the Pioneer Center with his New Age piano music this weekend.
By Jeremy Dutton
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
The Actory opens its season with Stephen Sondheim’s Getting Away With Murder.
Brüka Theater presents the king of all dysfunctional families in Buried Child.
By Catherine Atkins
Ben Stiller doesn’t live up to his potential in Zoolander, our critic says.
By Bob Grimm
Local band 7th Source is making a musical life a reality.
By Gabriel Doss
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Chinese Village offers all the usual suspects, and they’re all pretty tasty.
By Stacie Ferrante
It’s time once again for the annual Biggest Little Best of Reno contest.
What would a lunch with Moya Lear be like?
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