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These Truckee Meadows young people come together to discuss the issues of the day for our annual teen issue.
By Alyssa Boisson
This article was published on 04.08.04
Counselors say that with trust and dialogue, sexual abuse wounds can heal.
By Chae New, Forrest DePriest, and Stephanie Milligan
By Lexi Goodwin, and Naomi Cardy
By Amanda Taylor
Dave Schuller traveled the world before settling in Reno and creating the indoor rock-climbing gym Rocksport.
By Chanel Gardner
If you had it to do over, would you relive your teenage years?
By D. Brian Burghart
There’s lots to do in Reno when you’re young and alive.
By Leia Thomsen
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Whenever relinquishing the ashes of a loved one to the big sea or a roiling river, throw ashes directly down into water.
By Bruce Van Dyke
NY Times guy says photos tell the truth about cost of war.
By Deidre Pike
The pieces in the 30th Annual Student Art Exhibiiton at TMCC is varied and well-crafted.
By David Torch
By Jenny Burrows
Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers go above and beyond to make sure at-risk kids and teens get the intimate attention they need.
By Krista Benjamin
Classical music, Native American music and folk music from Russia and other northern Eastern European societies comes together in the Foundation Orchestra’s “Northern Lights Concert.”
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
The Vagina Monologues is somewhat shocking to our teen reviewer but is seen as a necessary component in understanding female sexuality.
The Rock is shaping up to be a badass action hero, but the remake of Walking Tall is a lot less hardcore and a lot more PG-13 than the original.
By Bob Grimm
Reno band Visible Darkness had its genesis in the fourth grade, and today the teen-aged band members are causing quite a stir.
By Chrissy Wilson
Local bands Delusions of Grandeur and Kr’uppt open up for national act Static X.
Compiled By David Robert, and Miranda Jesch
Chuck’s Boulevard Pizza is a cheap and easy place for all people to eat, but especially for teens at Sparks High School.
By Alisha Funkhouser, and Myles Etcheberry
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