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The Carmelite sisters of Reno live above, yet within, the community that surrounds them.
This article was published on 04.10.03
A government meeting about Reno’s cable franchise gets too hot for television.
By Brad Summerhill
By Peter Hutchinson
Nevada’s Junior Miss says pageants aren’t as bad as they’re cracked up to be.
By D. Brian Burghart
It’s spring, enjoy it while it lasts.
Every three years or so, I get the urge to garden with my kids.
By Deidre Pike
A little help will turn on the lights at the Lear.
By Susan Mayes-Smith
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce Van Dyke realizes it’s dicey making predictions about the War in Iraq.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Sure we’re fighting for greedy international corporations. But, hey, we’re winning, right?
Staring at Erin Burns’ disorienting photographs reveals more than meets the eye.
By Miranda Jesch
Celebrate Scottish-American contributions to the community at the Tartan Day Ceilidh.
By Kelley Lang
The historic Jesus—a peasant Jew who used edgy parables to talk about social justice.
Spotlight on the local stage.
Passion Xtreme is more like a warm shower than a hot, steamy bubble bath.
By Monica Wiant
Joel Schumacher creates banal crap with Phone Booth, fortunately Colin Farrell has the looks and the skill to make it semi-watchable.
By Bob Grimm
Negative Reverse might make you recall all those times your grandparents talked about doing the jitterbug.
By Geoffrey Altrocchi
Dead Kennedys dude thinks local band, Scurvy Bastards, is doing original stuff, plus check out these CD release parties.
A dining experience shared across state lines proves amicable and appetizing.
By Catherine Greenspan
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