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A look at the battle to save Walker Lake, one of the last remaining freshwater desert lakes in the world.
By Gabriel Doss
This article was published on 04.18.02
Yes, there is life after cars.
By Carli Cutchin
Is getting your fingernails done a campaign expense?
By D. Brian Burghart
Philippe Cousteau, grandson of Jacques, talks about diving during a Reno visit.
By Megan Downs
Thoughts on witches, poetry, computers and boxing rules.
By Guy Richardson
Sure, a civilian review board to handle complaints about the police would be expensive—but how about redefining the role of city ombudsman?
By Kendall Stagg
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Taking the road less traveled can lead to watery delight.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Jody Lindke
Le roi est mort. Vive le Bob Cashell or whoever ends up in charge of Reno now that Jeff Griffin’s decided not to run for re-election.
By Deidre Pike
WNCC’s annual recycled art competition yields pieces with a sense of fun.
By Adrienne Rice
A taco fiesta will raise money for after-school program.
Julia Hill, who’ll be speaking this week at UNR, spent two years living in a 1,000-year-old California redwood.
By Joe Neilson
Spotlight on the local stage.
Bruka Theatre’sThe Scarlet Letter has an updated feel, but it’s still the same old Hawthorne.
Bill Paxton’s fantastic directorial debut, Frailty, is an eerie and often chilling piece of filmmaking.
By Bob Grimm
Drink espresso, see a cult classic, buy a punk record or watch a ska show. Ark-a’ik is a booze-free venue all ages can enjoy.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Steak is good food—for American teen males.
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