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Tens of thousands of men have left the Roman Catholic priesthood, many of them in order to marry. Is it finally time for reform?
By Michelle Chihara
This article was published on 07.18.02
For a former Reno priest, doing the will of God takes a different form over the years.
By Deidre Pike
Meet a handful of folk who think they could play Nevada governor better than Kenny G.
By Jimmy Boegle
By Carli Cutchin
What’s it take to build a great body?
By Miranda Jesch
Yucca Mountain: Tourism for terrorists.
By Charles Laws
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Reflections on The Who and their place in rock ‘n’ roll history.
By Bruce Van Dyke
At least no fist fights broke out as the Reno City Council voted to build the 2.1-mile trench through downtown Reno.
A new public art piece uses the power of wind to create harmonies of sound and light.
By Adrienne Rice
Get your fill of dismembered zombies when Great Basin Film Society screens Evil Dead.
Digging through bargain bins at music stores in Reno and Sparks.
By Rick Anderson
Spotlight on the local stage.
Widow’s Web Theatre’s dark thriller Equus explores a teenager’s unholy obsession with horses.
Stuart Little 2 tops the original with winning characters and great animation.
By Bob Grimm
Aurafix Landing’s soulful, mellow folk-rock cruises down the road to X-Ville.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
Are you the type who puts off shopping until all that’s left in the fridge are packets of mild taco sauce?
By Jeremy Dutton
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