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Is it a brave new world powered by chemical reaction or is it the end of history?
By Peter Thompson
This article was published on 02.06.03
This man dreams of a desert populated with alligators.
By Rory Dowd
For one night clerk at a Reno hotel, a flea market makes the perfect day job.
By Deidre Pike
Life is time, time is life. Do you have time for life?
By D. Brian Burghart
We must not allow the sacrifices made by astronauts be wasted.
Breast enhancement helps maintain the cycle of poor body image in young women.
By Krista Benjamin
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Who will prove victorious this year—team Wet or team Dry?
By Bruce Van Dyke
If you don’t take on the role of citizen lobbyist, the tobacco-telecommunications-tourism interests will win.
The book A Doubtful River portrays the Truckee River as a vital vein of life through photographs and creative essays.
By Miranda Jesch
Naked art on a symbolic level.
If you can buy a septum ring, a full back tattoo and a lavender-scented candle all under the same roof—has body modification completely sold out?
By Geoffrey Altrocchi
Spotlight on the local stage.
Winners of this year’s New Works Initiative competition include Maggy Anthony’s play about a 76-year-old Marilyn Monroe.
Shanghai Knights is a pallid, irritating mess of a sequel.
By Bob Grimm
Dump Your Boyfriends takes a walk on the wild side of power pop.
By Sam Wiant
13th Insight has two new albums and a possible record deal in the works.
Compiled By Carli Cutchin
A good Chinese buffet can almost drive out the mid-winter blues.
By Jen Scaffidi
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