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A dialogue with Will Bruder, designer of the new Nevada Museum of Art—a building that will keep people talking.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 03.21.02
Reno restaurant owners have a stake in Afghanistan’s redevelopment.
By Deidre Pike
School board to vote on budget cuts; TMCC High students hold a vigil for their school’s survival.
Pondering the place of race in the Academy Awards.
By Beryl Chong
By Charles Levandosky
Reno resident Turkey Lardinois, director of the Beer Can Collectors of America’s annual CANvention, loves beer cans. And he’s not alone.
Photo By Carli Cutchin
What are we going to do now that the water genie says: “No more wishes"?
By Charles Laws
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Jody Lindke
The council finally makes the leap forward on the homeless.
Las Vegas photographer Gabriel Brandt captures, with powerful immediacy, the everyday beauty of American life.
By Carli Cutchin
Bar raffles baskets to benefit AIDS patients.
SportingNews.com provides excellent reports and commentary on your favorite sports.
By Michael Shafer
RN&R film critic Bob Grimm predicts this year’s Academy Award winners.
By Bob Grimm
Spotlight on the local stage.
Fuddy Meers is an up-crack (that’s crack-up in stroke-talk)
Dark comedy and lame love stories in two new war flicks.
Maetel Legend‘s quality is uneven, but an interesting plot makes up for its flaws.
Flogging Molly’s new album lands somewhere between The Pogues and Black 47.
By Rick Anderson
Bad Religion’s newest album carries the band’s trademark songcraft and lyrical obsessions.
Joker’s Wild brings back an element of rock ‘n’ roll to the hipster scene.
By Rory Dowd
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Eato’s is bean heaven for vegetarians.
By Gabriel Doss
Bar and Club Guide 2002.
By RN&R Staff
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