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Could shifting cop power to fight the war on drugs leave a crack in the system?
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 10.16.03
Study: The more you watch TV news, the more misinformed you’re likely to be.
By Jim Lobe
One of Ahnold’s favorite Lake Tahoe vacation spots is just minutes (by private jet) away from the California Capitol.
By Dennis Myers
Dr. Sandy Jacob won Best Spiritual Leader in the Best of Northern Nevada readers’ survey.
By D. Brian Burghart
Stand and deliver.
Rick Anderson is director of resource acquisition at UNR’s Getchel Library.
By Rick Anderson
Conservatives are hypocrites.
By Randy Haynes
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
This vintage Van Dyke examines the October of 1995.
By Bruce Van Dyke
My 16-year-old goes to Reed High School, where a stiffer, harsher dress code is all the outrage.
Gini Lijoi-Horne creates dynamic compositions that explore light and shadow in bizarre ways.
By Stephanie Perry
These proponents of anti-aging medicine say that it’s possible to reverse the physical effects of time.
By Mairi Hennessy
This multicultural festival will expose attendees to the sights, sounds and foods of the world in only eight hours.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Brüka’s Wait Until Dark manages to be clever and surprising even though the script lends itself to predictability.
By Monica Wiant
Intolerable Cruelty disappoints if you expect the Coen stamp of quality.
By Bob Grimm
Eroded Pride’s brand of industrial rock will pummel your head into oblivion.
By Brad Bynum
One band calls it quits, while another takes a new breath of fresh air.
Compiled By Miranda Jesch
Eating at Restaurante Orozko is almost a good as eating in Mrs. Ascuaga’s kitchen.
By Catherine Greenspan
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