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The controversial Atkins diet takes off the fat, but it raises health questions.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 12.11.03
The star came to Reno for a $500-a-plate fundraiser and bashed Bush on behalf of Nevada’s most powerful Democrat.
By Wishelle Banks
By Deidre Pike
By Mike Zigler
Popular local novelist Bernie Schopen talks about the teaching and writing life.
Guy Rocha does good work.
It’s hard to solve issues when you can’t even talk about them.
Need a quick $15? What’s your blood plasma worth to you?
By Dan Gingold
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Our brains may produce a drug that facilitates the soul’s leap to another dimension.
By Bruce Van Dyke
The Sparks Hometowne Christmas Parade is annually one of the longest, coldest moments of a parent’s life. Isn’t it great?
Donia Lilly uses pastels to create abstract works that some people find disturbing and others find relieving.
By Casey Schumacher
Be hipper-than-thou this Christmas by impressing your party guests with these bizarre yet delightful holiday CDs.
By Rick Anderson
The culturally aware, afro-Latin-sounding band Ozomatli performs with Blackalicious.
By Kelley Lang
Guerilla pranksters put warning stickers on major-label releases.
By Jackson Griffith
Spotlight on the local stage.
Children are just as serious as the professional adults when it comes to rehearsing for Nevada Ballet Theatre’s The Nutcracker.
By Jessica Groach
Something’s Gotta Give could have been trite, but the awesome performances by Keaton and Nicholson make it anything but stale.
By Bob Grimm
The Divine Miss M was born to sing “Come On-A My House.”
By Kel Munger
San Francisco trio Erase Errata rocks as hard as early Sonic Youth or Alice Donut.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Some widescreen, wonderful orchestral music from composer Arnold Bax.
By Greg La Traille
A new group performs Handel’s Messiah this year, the Truckee Meadows Community Orchestra.
By Miranda Jesch
I’m Galetti’s Coney Island Bar. Come in and enjoy my well-worn charm.
By Catherine Greenspan
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