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He bought her a comic card—when she wanted romance.
By Mark Dunagan, and Michelle Depoali
This article was published on 02.07.02
Our contributor ponders love, the meaning of life and the sucking of essential oils.
By Rob Tocalino
Francine wasn’t going to put up with Eddie’s crap no more.
By Adrienne Rice
Folks are hitting the street with petitions as a grassroots movement takes off to put the ReTrac trench issue on the ballot in September.
By Deidre Pike
By Carli Cutchin
By Guy Richardson
A former Washoe Republican chairwoman changes her mind, supports Griffin’s re-election as Reno mayor.
By William Puchert
Rolf Becker travels America in his Trabant, the automotive “symbol of East Germany”
Who’s paying to ensure that Yucca Mountain becomes the nuke waste dump for the nation?
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Don’t just lament the loss of another small, local business; get out there and support them with your dollars.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Folks balk at the latest in a string of power rate hikes.
San Diego artist Rene Porter visits Reno to show her simple but sensual portaits.
The Upstage Center Theatre presents a packed schedule of creative, eclectic music.
A potter living in rural Nevada writes about family life in the sticks.
By Crystal Mustric
Spotlight on the local stage.
Animals and abstract shapes come to life in Imago Theatre’s Frogz.
Monster’s Ball is a moving depiction of people overcoming their own racism.
By Bob Grimm
Black Magic M-66 is a disappointing effort from an anime icon.
By Michael Shafer
The Dirty Pair’s anime adventures are getting recycled and stale.
DJ Spooky’s new album is a glorious, sprawling mess.
By Rick Anderson
Sounds From the Verve Hi-Fi isn’t just another greatest hits collection from the jazz vault.
Jeff Gordon unpacks his homegrown rock in Reno.
By Dan Guajardo
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
A casual seafood shop is the setting for our reader’s romantic Valentine’s Day dinner.
By Jeff McCool
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