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Golf, kayak, catch some art, catch some rays, nab a mate, nab a bargain and leap into the Truckee River this summer in Reno.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 05.30.02
With the Truckee River flowing through town, who needs a water park?
By Carli Cutchin
Chix with Stix aims to help women golfers stay on course.
By Kelley Lang
Searching through piles of sockets and soccer jerseys to find buried treasure at summer flea markets.
By Gabriel Doss
Art, theater, music and special events in the Reno area this summer.
Flying in an ultralight over the hills and valleys of rural Nevada seems just the right kind of elevation.
Planning a summer wedding doesn’t have to be as stressful or as expensive with a little help from the Web.
By Adrienne Rice
This summer, tour downtown on an inflatable kayak.
By D. Brian Burghart
New interdisciplinary charter school backers are back with a revised plan.
An interview with Spencer Benavides, manager and co-founder of 50/50 Boardshop.
By Miranda Jesch
Libertarian views on mandatory seat belts end when kids’ lives are at stake.
By Randy Siever
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Sick of pulling weeds, Anakin Skywalker embraces the dark side of the Force.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Fast food makes you fat—and it’s not even good.
Wild lines, musical scales, mathematical formulas and a new alphabet flow together in James Weaver’s artistic language.
The Reno Days Festival celebrates the city’s namesake with free music.
Disappearing Ingenue is yet another dull fiction about a Baby Boomer’s life struggles.
Reviewed by Adrienne Rice
Spotlight on the local stage.
Oh-Feel-Ya takes its audience into the mind of a man who morphs into Shakespearean women.
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is a sweet story told in a unique, surprising way.
By Bob Grimm
John Paul Jones’ second solo outing since Led Zepellin is adventuresome musical fare.
By Ed Gray
Noise Ratchet’s Till We Have Faces is a solid emo-grunge-punk effort.
Jimmy Scott’s eerily androgynous voice has propelled him to cult hero status in the modern jazz scene.
By Rick Anderson
Local band Twice makes music that throbs, screeches and grooves.
By Rory Dowd
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Nothing like the beans at Reno’s Hacienda.
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