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Small biz drives the economic engine of Nevada.
By RN&R Staff & Contributors
This article was published on 02.21.02
Coney Island Bar: a family business thick with tradition.
By Michael Sion
A visit to a bookstore, the home of a kitty named Jake.
By Carli Cutchin
A family-owned hardware store faces a rough spell but comes out on top.
By Deidre Pike
On stage in Reno and off, the world of actor Gary Busey is one wild ride.
An elementary school teacher may run again this year—with some serious party backing.
By Jimmy Boegle
An edgy campaign intends to warn pregnant women of the dangers of smoking.
Skyrocketing power rates call business practices of Sierra Pacific Resources into question.
By Tom Wilson
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Once upon a time, our valley was a peaceful land—until the Wicked Bitch of Big Mart appeared.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Chamber of Commerce’s Dave Howard takes heat for nasty-gram.
Keith Joubert’s paintings takes wildlife art to a new level.
By Adrienne Rice
See independent films at upcoming CinemaReno screenings.
By Megan Downs
The RN&R takes an Almost Famous-style bus trip with local band Kriselis.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Wing & A Prayer explores the loss of spare time in the modern world.
Could Britney Spears be the spawn of Satan? Her debut film may make you wonder.
By Bob Grimm
Labyrinth of Flames should appeal to American viewers’ sense of humor.
By Michael Shafer
While not the classic the first one was, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is a must-own for anime fans.
The B-52’s new anthology gives you just about all the songs you need.
By Rick Anderson
Experience new emotional depth to the Dead Man Walking story with this CD.
Pufferbilly likens its music to a good, hearty meal.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Elegant dining at reasonable prices—in a downtown casino.
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