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Here are our readers’ choices for the Best of Northern Nevada 2003.
By RN&R Staff
This article was published on 10.09.03
The number of needy kids is increasing across the nation—and in Nevada.
By Deidre Pike
UNR art students felt unduly harassed by security guards while sketching “Perforated Object” in front of the federal building on South Virginia Street.
Ronald McDonald helps launch a new mobile medical van to help children be healthy.
By D. Brian Burghart
Men have botched up the world, it’s time for women to step in and save it.
By Marlene Nadle
Children should not be allowed into the smoking sections of restaurants.
By Jerry Smith
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Let’s give it up for the healthcare professionals.
By Bruce Van Dyke
It doesn’t matter what we write or report on the radio or TV. You’ll remember that with which you agree.
Strangely so, the detail in Speck’s paintings becomes sharper the closer you get.
By Miranda Jesch
Two local poets vie for the title of Reno’s Best Poet.
By Rory Dowd
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
This version of Frankenstein combines elements of ballet, reggae, silent films and themes from the Old West.
Out of Time is full of sweaty souls but is lacking in most everything else.
By Bob Grimm
Exclusively on our Web site, Bob Grimm’s reviews of newly released DVDs.
Love exotic Russian orientalism? These pieces by composer Fikret Amirov will put wind in your sails.
By Greg La Traille
Pennsylvania group the Innocence Mission returns from limbo with a sweet new indie release.
By Christian Kiefer
Former Davis emcee and producer Lyrics Born’s long-awaited solo album may be the funk event of the year.
By Jackson Griffith
More great Swedish ’60s guitar-band revisionism, this time from a quartet called Mando Diao.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Steve Kelly, a voice and a guitar, sings and strums through the bars of Reno.
Show some support for the girl bands.
Compiled By Miranda Jesch
With shrimp, Thai and build-your-own pizza options, Black Rock Pizza Company has a pizza to suit everyone’s needs.
By Brad Bynum
It’s not easy having the best Best of contest in Northern Nevada.
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