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Sewage in the tub, the burning of incense and fears of eviction keep Nevada renters wondering about their rights as tenants.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 11.29.01
Nurses on strike last week say they want staffing, more money and an administration that listens; hospital administrators say they can’t afford more money.
Sands doesn’t want to pay for events center.
By William Puchert
Elise Russell, owner of Parasols on the Riverwalk, outfitts the community with “wearable art”
By Carli Cutchin
Schools teach lifeless facts, not lifelong critical thinking skills.
By Elavie Ndura
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
A twin mattress flying into rush hour freeway traffic could have spelled trouble for our dunderheaded columnist.
By Bruce Van Dyke
College freshmen ponder cloning.
Once dimmed by Los Angeles’ muddy skies, Elaine Jason’s sculpture lit up after coming to Nevada.
The 15th annual Hometowne Christmas celebration in Sparks offers family fun.
‘Exotic Julia'—a single professional who lives and works in Reno—scours the Internet in search of the right guy for her.
By Michael Sion
spotlight on the local stage.
You may repent later, but you’ll love Brüka Theatre’s newest production.
By Bob Grimm
Spy Game is one of the more original and thought-provoking films of its genre.
Two-20-Two charms audiences with its hard but melodic sound.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
An RN&R reader relates her quest for fried ice cream on the night of a recent meteor shower.
By Danelle Clarke
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