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Many years ago former surfer girl Nadiah Beekun converted to Islam, convinced it was the best religion for women—a view that hasn’t changed a whit since then.
By Guy Richardson
This article was published on 12.06.01
Muslim women evade one single stereotype, says a Nevada anthropologist who recently talked about her experiences with Muslim women in the Middle East.
By Deidre Pike
More about Muslims, read on.
Students may be forced to pay for the Elko muck-up—or, regents say, the university could start selling off assets.
By William Puchert
John Giossi gives us the lowdown on how to find the perfect Christmas tree.
By Adrienne Rice
Call it global justice—oil giant Enron files bankruptcy.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Your guide to the complex world of personal lubricants.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Dumping money into downtown may be needed to spark private investment.
Martin Holmes’ playful works offer a tongue-in-cheek critique of the media world.
By Carli Cutchin
Piper’s Opera House offers patriotic Christmas cheer.
By Blythe Kladney
New consoles and games make this an exciting holiday season for video game fans.
spotlight on the local stage.
Small-town Texas humor isn’t enough to carry the Actory’s A Tuna Christmas.
Behind Enemy Lines tries to be the new Top Gun, and guess what? They both suck.
By Bob Grimm
Tahoe band Cool Black Kettle releases an eclectic blend of styles on a new CD.
By Robert Stern
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
An RN&R intern pays homage to the bowls at El Pollo Loco.
By Jeremy Dutton
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