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Has the great Reno art event focused enough on great Reno art? Depends on whom you ask.
By Miranda Jesch
This article was published on 06.26.03
Campaign of lies and half-truths about state taxes and education funding financed by cattle mutilation researcher.
By Deidre Pike
By D. Brian Burghart
Fiscally conservative thinker says state’s educational product is abysmal—and deserves no more money.
By Steven Miller
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Harry Potter didn’t come straight from hell; we parents were exposed to many more nightmarish things than wizards.
By Bruce Van Dyke
The impasse saga continues as educators plea for school funding with Assembly Republicans, who respond with an admonition to administrators to stop terrorizing teachers and children.
Approaching Joe Zuccarini’s art is a little like sizing up a female from across the bar.
By David Torch
George Nelson, engineer and designer, starts a new line of furniture that relies on adjustable component parts.
By Mairi Hennessy
The Rollin’ on the River concert series indulges listeners with an eclectic array of music.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Rocky Horror invites audience participation, which is great fun, unless you have no idea what to do.
By Monica Wiant
28 Days Later is terrifying, making it the best zombie movie in 20 years.
By Bob Grimm
Barely-making it band Halfway to Cleveland has it’s roots in a Reno garage.
By Tim Prentiss
Dragonfly makes good on its promise to take dining to a higher level.
By Catherine Greenspan
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