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Men and women from Mexico contribute to American society and want to be legal citizens, but it’s not as simple as sneaking across the border.
By Dan Gingold
This article was published on 02.19.04
A proposed change in Nevada law could put more toxic waste on Nevada roads.
By Natasha Majewski
By Deidre Pike
By Dennis Myers
By D. Brian Burghart
The Silver Dollar Quartet sings love songs for money.
Please, please, please, let spring arrive.
Our schools need to educate minorities as well as white people.
By Richard Siegel
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Ms. Jackson’s melons spur the quickest investigative hearing of all time.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Coffee is my friend.
Willis Barnstone, poet and translator of the Bible and other religious texts returns to Reno in his upcoming series of talks.
By Rory Dowd
Two local women reveal how walking on hot coals changed their lives.
By Jessica Groach
Dance company Ailey II visits Lake Tahoe for an evening of energetic modern dance.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
L. Martina Young looks at improvisation and paradox, both as a dancer and a philosopher.
By Miranda Jesch
The Triplets of Belleville is classic yet grotesque hand-drawn animation that knocks computer animation out of the water.
By Bob Grimm
The Creed-and-Korn-like band twenty4seven pounds the pavement day in and day out in hopes of achieving super-stardom someday soon.
By Tim Prentiss
Parents show up with their black-clad teens at Evanescence’s talented performance.
By David Robert
At Mamalaya’s, the service is great and the food is better than decent. Our writer is just waiting for the alcohol.
By Brad Bynum
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