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Teen journalists examine how local teen-agers have reacted to the war in Iraq.
This article was published on 05.01.03
DMV cops knew where the fake documents were coming from—they just didn’t know how many.
By Deidre Pike
Holy shit. Reno’s three leftist journalists lob spitwads at one another over censorship issues.
At Rainshadow, students will learn less from textbooks and more from guest speakers like local entrepreneurs and university professors.
Maria Roberto is a 14-year-old middle school student who thinks Justin Timberlake is cute and war is tragic.
By Miranda Jesch
This year’s teen issue lets teens talk to teens about the war in Iraq.
By D. Brian Burghart
It’s frustrating as a teen-ager and an American to realize how little my opinion matters.
By Amy Spitzer
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
A panic alert meter on the front of all newspapers would warn us when Marilyn Manson was making a new CD, or when dinosaurs were preparing to attack.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Since garbage collection was a frill, schools dumped trash in a ditch that was once the football field, though it hadn’t been used since 2005.
By David Torch
The Suavecito Car Club takes young people off the street and puts them in the garage.
By Joseph Allen
Cinco de Mayo brings the Latin beats to Reno.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Sugar Babies is a modern tribute to burlesque that’s a blast for the audience and the actors, too.
By Monica Wiant
Confidence is a snappy conman movie that will keep perceptive viewers on their toes.
By Bob Grimm
The Trainwrecks capture the sound of Reno with their honk-a-billy rock ’n’ roll and their rockabilly love ballads.
By Ellen Drewes
Hotrod Enthusiasts for Leukemia Patients (HELP) are looking for a few good casinos to host their hotrod and music event in June.
Compiled By Miranda Jesch
Sierra Glen Restaurant reminds diners of Jimmy Buffet songs and old-fashioned American dining.
By Jen Scaffidi
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