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Dennis Oppenheim brings an intriguing retrospective to the Nevada Museum of Art.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 10.23.03
Leading conceptual artist Dennis Oppenheim discusses art and artists.
When a Sparks city employee cut the word “God” out of patriotic signs, all hell broke loose.
By Deidre Pike
A Reno group hoping to raise awareness of mental health issues holds a rally Saturday.
Rugby isn’t as widely received in northern Nevada as it is in places like South Africa.
By Bob Kauffman
To everything turn, turn, turn.
Declare peace and bring our children home.
By Lisa Stiller
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce gives advice on how to get through a parent’s death.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A 12-story MegaCondo will fit right in across from the theater downtown without completely obliterating the glory of the new kayak theme park that used to be the Truckee River.
The newly reopened Welcome Grant gallery in Virginia City will feature psychedelic-era album and poster art.
By Miranda Jesch
Hairy-faced people from across the globe gear up for The World Beard and Mustache Championships.
By Brad Bynum
Attend this screening of Showgirls with a lecture on why they film is actually good.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Dia de los Muertos is an educational play that both English- and Spanish-speaking viewers can enjoy.
By Jessica Groach
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is good fodder for the argument that filmmakers should keep their dirty paws off the classics.
By Bob Grimm
The new Sushi Pier will give you a raw fish and wasabi high like no other.
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