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Dominique had some choices to make. So did his dad.
By Miranda Jesch
This article was published on 12.25.03
The booting out of academic leaders by the governing body of Nevada’s university and community college system worry some government watchdogs.
By Dennis Myers
By D. Brian Burghart
By Deidre Pike
New Jersey legislation that makes cloning legal to a certain extent has Don Nelson, president of Nevada LIFE, shocked and worried.
It’s hard to solve issues when you can’t even talk about them.
The city of Reno is slow to respond to progressive policies.
By Laura Mijanovich, and Tom Stoneburner
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Anybody out on the town swillin’ the night away on New Year’s Eve is far from being a party amatuer.
By Bruce Van Dyke
My hometown: Smells like the Midwest, looks more like Vegas every day.
Jessica Schneider combines antiques and windows to produce 3-D works of art.
Christmas is the season to deck the halls and, for some, the headstones.
By Michelle Depoali
Even if you’re not a neo-swinger, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy will get your engine revving.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Eli’s Exotic New Year’s Eve party has everything from a girl magically crawling through a man’s chest to prize giveaways to dancers in rhinestone underwear to pyrotechnics.
Cold Mountain addresses the evil and violence that was part of the Civil War with success.
By Bob Grimm
Faelsafe is doing what most of the other metal bands are doing, but they’re doing it better.
By Ellen Drewes
Dish makes deli-dining easy and deals up some deliciously different sandwiches, like the “Nancy Taylor.”
By Catherine Greenspan
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