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Our contributing editor leaves on a 165-mile hike around Lake Tahoe and returns to a changed world.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 10.11.01
It’s less than two months into UNR President John Lilley’s tenure, and the top two officials at the school’s Office of Communications have stepped down. But the officials say it’s just a coincidence.
By Jimmy Boegle
A Reno car dealership lost its Mercedes franchise over poor service and sneaky business deals, says the DMV.
By Deidre Pike
The Washoe County School District is calling its substitute teacher mailer a success.
Sierra Arts is finally moving into its new offices in the Riverside.
For a former Nevada State Prison inmate, the transition to life on the outside has been rough.
Mental health services in Northern Nevada made life worth living for this columnist.
By Donna Shibovich
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist advocates chemical warfare against terrorists—but not the kind of chemicals you’re thinking of.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Anthrax scares me.
Local artist Don Wilcox picks up the paintbrush after 25 years to create Second First Works.
By Carli Cutchin
Cornucopia by Laszlo Szaniszlo.
Local women talk about living as lesbians in Northern Nevada.
By Adrienne Rice
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
The Foundation Orchestra and Andean Explorers Foundation team up to promote world peace.
By Jeremy Dutton
Spotlight on the local stage.
Nevada Rep presents a kids’ production with a heart-warming message in Honk!
By Catherine Atkins
Denzel Washington offers his best performance since Malcolm X in the cop drama Training Day.
By Bob Grimm
NightWalker: Eternal Darkness is one of the few quality horror titles in Japanese animation.
By Michael Shafer
Vampire Princess Miyu: Initiation is a little slow, but the unpredictable plot twists make up for its faults.
Citizen Kane is not the greatest movie ever made, but it’s definitely a classic.
Tenacious D, featuring “the world’s funniest man,” Jack Black, rules with its first CD.
Local musician T-Bone Stone hosts a weekly blues jam at the original Cantina Los Tres Hombres.
By Dan Guajardo
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
The Soule Domaine Restaurant offers creative American cuisine with mixed success.
By Stacie Ferrante
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