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It took a century and a half to kill off one of Nevada’s great aquatic treasures. Is this really the end for Walker Lake?
By Brian Bahouth
This article was published on 04.29.04
A referendum petition circulated by an anti-tax group could tie legislators down in special sessions and special elections.
By Dennis Myers
By Wishelle Banks
At a time when Mexican comics were a novelty, Paul Rodriguez was paving the way for Mexican comedians and entertainers of the future.
By Miranda Jesch
Walker was a lake, soon it will be poison.
By D. Brian Burghart
Are Americans ready for Election 2004? It wouldn’t seem so.
By Michael Santa Rita
By Brad Summerhill
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Much to the chagrin of high-schoolers who charge that a new era of fashion fascism is at hand, rules have been instated to say how much girl belly and boy thigh may be exposed.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Web provides antidote to conservative media’s Kerry-bashing frenzy.
By Deidre Pike
Tattooist Tim Holland opens up a café/gallery/tattoo parlor where your grandma would be comfortable getting inked … maybe.
By Diana Snyder
The skinny on gastric bypass surgery: A local woman who’s had the procedure considers whether a thin end outweighs big complications and the possibility of death.
By Stephanie Perry
Remember the flute music on the Titanic soundtrack? Chris Norman was playing that flute, and this week, he’s playing in Reno.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
In vignette style, à la the early ’90s film Singles, the who’s-cheating-on-who play Trust takes place in Seattle, where great music, grunge culture and coffeehouses originated.
By Jessica Groach
Denzel Washington makes child-abducting villians pay by sticking C-4 bombs in their _ where the sun don’t shine.
By Bob Grimm
Meanie hatecore band A. Hidell and The Koodatahs believes they are the answer to Reno’s need for real hardcore.
By Brad Bynum
The Virg is a new club at Harrah’s that’s catering to the plus-35 crowd.
Compiled By David Robert
Old regulars of S.S. Super Indian restaurant will find their old favorite foods and friends at the brighter, shinier Taste of India restaurant.
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