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The rush to spend millions on e-voting machines in time for 2004 elections troubles some Nevadans.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 12.04.03
The question of public employees serving in the Nevada Legislature arises time and time again in the Silver State.
By Dennis Myers
Local anti-war activists aren’t surprised that the FBI’s latest intelligence gathering campaign may target them.
By Pueng Vongs
Beth Macmillan, new executive director of Artown talks about the fall festival, Spirit of Artown.
By Miranda Jesch
If you gotta get married, you might as well make a party out of it.
By D. Brian Burghart
With fewer married women available to vote, single women could decide next year’s presidential election.
By Lakshmi Chaudhry
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Busting your gut on a good breakfast is one of life’s happinesses.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Every year, 36,000 American die of the flu. That’s sick.
After a full and busy life, Ron Richman, at age 56, finally makes the leap to the field of fine arts and photography.
By Cherie Louise
Behind the scenes of This Modern World with penguin-portrait artist Tom Tomorrow.
By Becca Costello
Celebrate the holidays traditional-style at the Sparks Hometowne Christmas.
By Kelley Lang
The sordid clip-art karate history of Get Your War On artist David Rees is captured in My New Fighting Technique Is Unstoppable.
Reviewed by Jackson Griffith
Anime meets end-times theology in “Apocamon.”
By Kel Munger
Spotlight on the local stage.
The brand new Alliance Repertory Theatre puts on a simple, yet poignant production of A Christmas Memory that will spread Christmas cheer.
A strange combination of the supernatural, political correctness and pretty, silky hair turn The Missing into a bizarre and sub-par western.
By Bob Grimm
Care to go for baroque? Here’s a really great album of Bach sonatas.
By Greg La Traille
Former BlackStreet vocalist Dave Hollister’s fourth solo disc continues to position him as a modern-day soul man.
By Lana K. Wilson-Combs
A shorthand description of Snooty Phalanges might call their music a punk approach to baroque chamber music.
By Brad Bynum
Rock out while donating to charity.
Compiled By Miranda Jesch
If Braza Grill is an indicator of Brazilian food and wait staff, perhaps you should pack a lunch if you ever plan to travel there.
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