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Nevada artists have their way with a herd of bighorn sheep to kick off July’s Artown festivities.
By Carli Cutchin
This article was published on 06.27.02
While Artown gets ready to unveil its 25 bighorn sheep, Blue Lyon Art Studio and Gallery unleashes a Black Sheep show—all in good fun.
Groups in Tahoe and Truckee meet to get a grip on growth and keep their community connected.
Critical Mass, a grassroots cycling movement, meets the first Friday of every month.
By Deidre Pike
Great Basin Internet Services isn’t just hanging on to its Net biz, it’s steadily growing.
Farewell to a Wooster High teacher who encouraged many a budding writer.
By Jimmy Boegle
Nursing shortage reaches crisis proportions in Nevada.
By Vivian Freeman
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist finds a lethargic dog out in the boonies, sparking an ethical dilemma.
By Bruce Van Dyke
This is the first in a series of columns on the recreational uses of Peavine Mountain.
Artouring shows tourists that there’s more to Reno than casinos.
Bruce Cockburn will perform this week in Reno.
By Gabriel Doss
A new initiative to amend the Nevada Constitution would help medical marijuana users find the weed they need.
By Miranda Jesch
Spotlight on the local stage.
Nevada Rep’s Comic Potential is a clever, cute love story with a strong cast and only occasional script problems.
By Monica Czernek
Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise team up for a science fiction classic in Minority Report.
By Bob Grimm
Adam Sandler disappoints again with mushy, sentimental fare in Mr. Deeds.
The Truckee River Swing Band is enjoying a resurgence of folk in the music scene.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Zephyr Cove Restaurant serves up mouth-watering omelettes and coffee to die for.
By Adrienne Rice
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