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If you’d seen the things that health inspector Robert Sobsey has seen, you’d be a vegetarian, too.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 06.17.04
A dispute over the behavior of Nevada’s Board of Regents could cost the voters their right to elect most of the regents.
By Dennis Myers
Erika Paul Carlson is a composer, singer, pianist and intructor of jazz.
By Miranda Jesch
What do you have to go so fast for? It’s a residential street, ya boondock.
By D. Brian Burghart
Citizen Alert has a quick question for President Bush.
By John Hadder
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
If the Republicans get their way, in a few years when someone asks you if you’ve got change, you may be handing him some “Rons.”
By Bruce Van Dyke
Bush is Christ-like—in the Christian Coalition’s revised automatic weapon version of the Good Book.
By Deidre Pike
Jamie Banes combines exclusive objects reserved for medical experts with more mundane, operational devices in Corporeal.
By David Torch
Complaining of all-encompassing bodily pain, more and more patients are being correctly diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Unfortunately, the triggers of the disease are hard to grasp, and there is no cure.
By Wishelle Banks
Exciting and young chamber group Miró Quartet performs and instructs at the 22nd Lake Tahoe Music Festival.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Western Nevada Musical Theater Company presents The Wizard of Oz.
By Cherie Louise
Saved! had the makings for cult-classic status, until the religious cynicism of the first half curdled into fuzzy pap and a tidy ending.
By Bob Grimm
Island Sushi satisfies the palates of both fish lovers and those who refuse to eat anything that had a mother.
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