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For hundreds of years, it was a major Washoe Indian winter home. Today, it’s a mini-storage facility.
By Jimmy Boegle
This article was published on 11.08.01
Does Nevada need a law to protect archaeological and historic sites on private property?
Proposed changes to the Truckee Meadows Regional Plan have some residents nervous about their rural lifestyles.
By William Puchert
Few surprises at the Reno City Council’s vote to move ahead with trench project.
Ria Katz opens her doors to unwanted kitties of all shapes and sizes.
By Carli Cutchin
President Bush’s education reform policy strives to “leave no child behind,” says head of the Nevada Federation of Republican Women.
By Su Kemper
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Nightmares and delusions of grandeur about as our columnist prepares for his first post-Sept. 11 flight.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Deidre Pike
Stremmel Gallery celebrates Nevada’s birthday month with Nevada Invitational.
Genesis Salon and Spa will host The American Woman Hair and Fashion Show to benefit the Sierra Nevada Chapter of the Red Cross.
By Blythe Kladney
An Internet hoax—featuring a tourist standing atop the Word Trade Center moments before the Sept. 11 attacks—has spurred a cult phenomenon among graphic designers.
By Adrienne Rice
Female RN&R staffers learn how to defend themselves from attackers—and kick each other’s asses in the process.
Spotlight on the local stage.
TMCC’s Big River is fun to watch, but the singing could be better.
Monsters, Inc. is a funny and sweet movie with an inventive script.
By Bob Grimm
Fans will be happy to hear the original Dave Matthews Band sound coming through again in a new live album.
By Ryan Decasa
Everton Blender is unique in the dancehall reggae scene for his rejection of violent and sexually explicit lyrics.
By Rick Anderson
If you like They Might Be Giants’ smart aleck, whimsical lyrics, you’ll like Mink Car.
Bars? Casinos? Who needs ’em? Doug Robertson & Co. has carved out a unique niche in the music scene, playing at local fast-food joints.
By Dan Guajardo
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
If you’re in the mood for pizza, you can’t beat Blue Moon’s cozy atmosphere and gourmet touch.
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