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Will Nevada legalize marijuana on Nov. 5?
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 10.03.02
FULL TEXT OF THE MEASURE.
New modes of voter registration may bring people to the polls.
By Don Hazen
If foreign students at the University of Nevada, Reno, next year feel as if they’re being watched a bit more closely, there’ll be good reason for it.
By Dylan Riley
The Center for Public Integrity released the results of a year-long study of state party contributions and expenditures on Sept. 26. Nevada came in dead last.
Political science professor Richard Siegel talks about war with Iraq and mid-east relations.
A Nevada legislator shouldn’t be bragging about Reading Excellence Act grant during campaigning for reelection.
By Lorie Smith Schaefer
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
A recent death brings thoughts of youth to our columnist.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Land and politics in the wind at Wingfield.
By Deidre Pike
Toby Lurie appears at Esoteric Coffeehouse and Gallery.
By Carli Cutchin
Let not this beverage pass your lips.
By Bob Grimm
All the news that people care about.
The RN&R ventures into the world of stripper clichés at XXXposed—and finds a few sparks of thought-provoking originality.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Love Letters is a subtle and well-acted romance aimed at those with a healthy attention span.
By Monica Czernek
Mostly Martha uses food as a backdrop to tell a larger story of love.
This disc is so money.
Dixie Chicks new disc Home makes for a nice acoustic counterpoint to the usual Nashville swill.
By Jackson Griffith
Musicians living in the Riverside Artists’ Lofts unveil Living Riverside
By Jon Cornell
Compiled By Carli Cutchin
Our reviewer finds his heroic self through olive salad and redeemding social interaction at this clean, well-lighted café
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