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Two Reno men talk about what it’s like to “maintain” with a lifelong drug addiction.
By Carli Cutchin
This article was published on 06.13.02
A Republican candidate for a seat in the Nevada Senate isn’t afraid of taking on the utility company.
By Deidre Pike
A dance teacher worries over the future of his studio and performing arts center at Park Lane Mall.
By Gabriel Doss
Women will take center stage at an upcoming poetry night organized by Tonya Flint and Joshua Lee Vineyard.
Some thoughts on growing up in the Amargosa Valley, probably home to the nation’s first high-level nuke dump.
By Geoff Schumacher
Per-pupil spending has nothing to do with quality education, says leader of a conservative group in Nevada.
By Steven Miller
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
An army of Mormon crickets is on the move in northern Nevada.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Baffling how some folks freak out over the term “wilderness.”
An art and poetry exhibit by inmates is a mixed bag of talent and style.
By Adrienne Rice
CinemaReno will screen two indie documentaries about Hollywood and Roswell, N.M., this weekend.
April Witch is an intense and well-written, if somewhat off-putting, book.
Reviewed by Adrienne Rice
The local arts community is putting on a party to benefit cancer patient Stewart Benson.
While Esoteric serves up a giant benefit party a few blocks away, Deux Gros Nez will celebrate its 10th annual Tour de Nez cycling race and parking lot party.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Nevada Shakespeare Festival’s interpretation of The Tempest is colorful and lighthearted.
By Monica Czernek
Scooby-Doo is almost a fun movie, but a sloppy ending brings the whole film down.
By Bob Grimm
Watch the funniest sketch comedy since Monty Python with a two-disc DVD set of Mr. Show.
Bryan Ferry’s Frantic offers only two good songs, and the rest are downright embarassing.
By Rick Anderson
The second duo effort from Jim Lauderdale and Ralph Stanley is at least as good as the first.
Delusions of Grandeur’s IQs show through their hard rock veneer.
By Jeremy Dutton
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
A deli sandwich you won’t soon forget.
By Miranda Jesch
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