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After doing hard time, former inmates find tough times on the outside—Nevada can’t afford not to make that transition smoother.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 04.17.03
Ex-felons hope to have their voting rights restored. There’s a bill before the Legislature to reenfranchise those who have paid their debt to society.
Death is by no means final when it comes to bills before the Nevada Legislature.
By Peter Hutchinson
By Brad Summerhill
Cosmo, the creator of a long-running cable access TV show that delves into the mysteries of intelligent life on other planets, has brought his show to Reno TV.
Death sucks. Celebrate life.
By D. Brian Burghart
Businesses should help pay for education and social services.
By Bob Fulkerson
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
If we look at the running tally of which predictions about the War in Iraq have been fulfilled, it would seem the warmongers are more prophetic than the peaceniks.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Sure we’re fighting for greedy international corporations. But, hey, we’re winning, right?
Mike Sarich’s ceramic sculptures deal in pop icons, death and rodents.
By David Torch
Motörhead plays old-school punk-metal music for all you aging headbangers.
By Kelley Lang
Welders melt metal into art that is pretty enough to hang on your wall.
By Miranda Jesch
Spotlight on the local stage.
Young Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream is full of dancing, rapping and jokes that will appeal to kids and adults.
Anger Management pairs Nicholson and Sandler in what would seem like a winning combination, but in reality is a major stink bomb.
By Bob Grimm
The Landrus Project plays modern jazz that is not without its fill of hip-hop, DJs and funk.
By Rory Dowd
Will Tom Daschle’s proposed legislation harm your party life?
Compiled By Carli Cutchin
Remedee’s offers patrons yummy sandwiches, so-so stir-fries and a hygienic salad bar, but forgets that water is the stuff of life.
By Brad Bynum
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