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Mr. Reno: I pity the fool who doesn’t read this Summer Guide.
By RN&R Staff & Contributors
This article was published on 06.03.04
The Marijuana Policy Project prefers to work behind the scenes—at least until June 15.
By Dennis Myers
By Steven Mihailovich
By D. Brian Burghart
From organ bits to superstar, Mr. Reno hasn’t let his fame go to his head.
Consumers can blame nobody but themselves for high gasoline prices.
They call the road “Mariah.” Oh, wait, that’s the wind. And it’s “Maria.”
Gas prices are enough to make you consider how you use your gas.
By Arianna Huffington
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Perhaps we all need a little schooling from Mr. Suit in the ways of changing from a “no blood for oil” mentality to a “some blood for oil” one?
By Bruce Van Dyke
Where’s Howard Dean when your campaign needs some screaming indignation?
By Deidre Pike
You could say Lionel Dougy began his art career in Vietnam, assigned to paint murals on the walls of mess halls. Today, he creates surreal paintings inspired by his constant travels.
By Adrienne Tropp
If you like Shakespeare, wear lots of brocade or own an aresenal of 16th century weapons, the Heart of the Forest Renaissance Faire is the event for you.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
What is Nevada Shakespeare Company looking for from auditioners? And what are they doing to make their performances accessible to people with disabilities?
By Miranda Jesch
The Day After Tomorrow is a brain-dead, yet incredible looking film, where billions of people freeze to death while cute fluffy dogs stay warm and happy until the credits role.
By Bob Grimm
Like a good sex partner, Kill Kelly leaves you satisfied, with a smile on your face and a full pot of coffee waiting for you when you get up in the morning.
By John Hansen
Reno gets its own Palooza.
Compiled By Miranda Jesch
Order a drink from Coach and then have your meal choice predicted by Ramona. The people at Simon’s make you feel like a regular.
By Catherine Greenspan
By RN&R Staff
The gods must be laughing as they witness the arrogant human struggle to encourage life.
Summer is the time to make the meat sizzle. OK, a little eggplant won’t hurt, either.
By Brad Bynum
Even dogs should have a good time during the summer months.
By Tim Prentiss
The good thing about books is if it’s too hot outside, you can read them on the couch.
No need to spray Round-Up on that invasive plant, instead harvest it for lunch.
Want to have a summer worth remembering? Take some pictures.
Looking for something to do? Summer is the time to catch an art show, see an event or hear some live music.
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