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This article was published on 12.20.01
An American student spending the winter holiday in Israel finds himself at the crossroads of faith, history and his sense of self.
By Rob Tocalino
Memories on colder nights—poetry by Reno poet Gailmarie Pahmeier.
By Gailmarie Pahmeier
The loss of his bitchin’ Camaro and the Christmas gifts for the clan had Eddie pullin’ the hair out of his mullet.
By Adrienne Rice
Loss and renewal in the poetry of Shaun Griffin.
By Shaun T. Griffin
Folks who make giving last all year long.
By William Puchert
By Deidre Pike
Rick Hallam fills Grace Community Church with the sounds of Christmas.
By Carli Cutchin
In the face of terror, tenderness is perhaps what’s needed most.
By Ruth Hanusa
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist muses on the changing times, from Sunday family dinners to titillating female singers.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
A Sparks woman hasn’t given up on trying to get her niece, a Muslim girl who wants to study dentistry, to Nevada.
Get into the Christmas spirit at Gallery Cui-ui’s annual Bead Art Show.
The Montreal Ice Ballet presents Zigra: A Holiday Celebration on Ice.
By Allison Mang
I am mental putty in the hands of marketing forces as malevolent as anything J.R.R. Tolkien ever dreamed up.
Spotlight on the local stage.
The Riverfront Theatre’s adaptation of It’s a Wonderful Life suffers from technical problems and hit-or-miss performances.
The Majestic isn’t nearly good enough considering the big talent involved.
By Bob Grimm
Popular local band Keyser Soze takes the next step with its first full-length CD.
By Gabriel Doss
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
An RN&R reader reflects on her mother’s love for lamb and clues us in on the best lamb in the area.
By Joan Edwards
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