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A look at Reno’s scary things like Frightmare, anthrax and pizza by the slice.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 10.25.01
When the Flamingo Hilton closed this week, it dumped 1,000 former employees into the scarce casino job market.
By Jeremy Dutton
By Adrienne Rice
The Riverfront Theatre finds a new home in an unlikely place—a casino.
By William Puchert
Meet Justin Bowen, the head corn honcho at The MAiZE, now open at Bartley Ranch Regional Park.
By Carli Cutchin
Though the Reno area is pretty clean, there’s lots of litter in areas traversed by tourists.
By Julie Scheve
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Take a night off from the TV coverage of Sept. 11 and treat yourself to an evening of music.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
How to read the graffiti on the walls.
Elisa Terranova’s paintings portray her struggles after a debilitating car crash.
Many say the Reno music scene suffers from lack of support, but 14 bands are out to change all that with a new local compilation CD.
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Kids can enjoy a safe Halloween at Virginia City’s Ghost Town.
By Blythe Kladney
A revised edition of Gates to Buddhist Practice helps the reader understand Buddhism with new Q&A’s.
Reviewed by Adrienne Rice
Spotlight on the local stage.
McQueen High School does a fair job with their female version of The Odd Couple, but many aspects of it could have been better.
By Catherine Atkins
David Lynch’s new mind-bender, Mulholland Drive, is even more intriguing and complex than his previous films.
By Bob Grimm
X: The Movie doesn’t deliver on the promise of the graphic novels it’s based on.
By Michael Shafer
Joy Division’s new four-disc boxed set will be eagerly sought out by fans.
By Rick Anderson
The reissue of Spike gives Elvis Costello another chance for the critical praise the album deserved.
Livitz Livitz offers a ‘straight-down party vibe’ to local music fans.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Besides their signature tortillas, El Rosal Tortilla Factory offers fresh, delicious Mexican dishes with an authentic taste.
By Stacie Ferrante
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