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A California MBA does time in Nevada State Prison—and lives to write a book about it.
By Joe Schoenmann
This article was published on 04.04.02
The Reno Aquatic Club’s gaining a great rep—even if they don’t have a regulation indoor pool for practices and meets.
By Gabriel Doss
One line summary.
By Jimmy Boegle
Reno resident Davida Skigen, author of The When You Live in Hawaii, You Get Very Creative During Passover Cookbook, talks about creating unique, kosher-for-Passover foods.
By Carli Cutchin
Urban planners seek public input on South Virginia Street design.
By Jenny Brekhus, and Roger Hanson
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Spring arrives with a trickle and a splash.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
The era that popularized soaking utility ratepayers for power company’s dumb decisions may be coming to a close.
By Deidre Pike
World traveler and photographer Keoki Flagg opens his Tahoe City gallery with shots of Wild People in Extreme Places.
Check out a wide variety of wildlife when Animal Ark opens its doors April 2.
By Megan Downs
Hip, urban 20-somethings are getting together to share needles and yarn—and prove that crochet is very, very cool.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Riverfront Theater founder Bob Barsanti talks about the hurdles he’s faced in living out his dream.
By Adrienne Rice
Director David Fincher creates yet another thrilling, frightening work of art in Panic Room.
By Bob Grimm
Local folk/rock/pop duo Marten’s Platform mingles feisty lyrics with sweet harmonies.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
College student learns to love avocado dip while in utero.
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