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Whatever happened to the television teams you know and trust?
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 07.25.02
Green Party gubernatorial candidate Charles Laws talks about water, nuclear waste and being a Nevada activist.
By Gabriel Doss
Citizens for the Right to Vote hold a “Recall the Council” drive in Reno.
By Deidre Pike
By Carli Cutchin
Dan Haynes, a volunteer at St. Vincent’s Thrift Store, wants your old albums on “The Wall.”
By Adrienne Rice
Making pot legal in Nevada? It’s on the November ballot.
To preserve our quality of life, we must be willing to risk human life and the preservation of our natural world. Are we?
By Joshua Abbey
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our columnist’s storm-watching trip to Pyramid Lake turns into a dog-rescuing disaster.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Who’s going to pay for all the new streetlights?
Groove to “rootz fusion” reggae at a free Silver Peak concert July 27.
A new youth drop-in center at Ark-a’ik gives teens a place to hang out, get STD info and talk to mentors about problems at home.
Spotlight on the local stage.
AREA-51 breaks down the barrier between audience and actors in the dance-theater experience Project X.
Old tricks and a bad script make K-19 a flop.
By Bob Grimm
Former Crowded House front man Neil Finn still makes beautiful pop songs on his second solo album.
By Rick Anderson
Pan-American could be a warning sign of evil machines preparing to dominate the world—or it could just be crappy music.
By Ed Gray
A reissue of Peter Gabriel’s So offers improved sound quality but no bonus tracks.
Only adolescent boys with morbid obsessions will enjoy Pitch Black’s self-titled album.
The surf rockers look to take over Reno.
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Adrienne Rice
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