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This article was published on 11.07.02
Three skate- and snowboarders talk about what it’s like being the only girl at the park and on the slopes.
An artsy all-girl band commands respect—even though members are cute.
By Miranda Jesch
One of Reno’s few female pastors talks about finding a community of faith.
Election Day is more exciting than Superbowl, Burning Man and Christmas all rolled into one.
By D. Brian Burghart
Nevada Ethics Commission wants its money. Now.
By Dylan Riley
A college student isn’t registered to vote. Here’s why.
Will sex ever make us as smart as race when it comes time to vote?
By Gloria Steinem
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Nevada people have something to pat themselves on the back about.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Loss didn’t dampen the spirits of the Democrats partying in support of State Sen. Joe Neal at Ruby Jean’s Barber Shop.
By Deidre Pike
Reno artist and advocate Valerie Cohen brings social awareness to Reno’s art scene.
By Crystal Koch
By Carli Cutchin
What do girls want? A Reno woman has an answer.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Western Nevada Musical Theater Company does a good job of capturing the spirit that has made Oklahoma! so popular.
By Monica Wiant
I Spy may be cliché, but, heck, it’s funny.
By Bob Grimm
Chico Escuela fuses a boy band aesthetic with clever punk melodies.
By Jon Cornell
Notes on the local music scene.
Compiled By Carli Cutchin
Mimi’s offers tasty grub with pleasant, helpful service.
By Catherine Greenspan
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