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Sick of politics? But there’s still time to figure out what you want from your government before Election 2004.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 09.16.04
The failing grade given to Reno High School makes some people question No Child Left Behind.
By Dennis Myers
By Soumitro Sen
Scott Faulkner plays string base for both the Reno Philharmonic and the Reno Chamber Orchestra, which makes it appropriate that he is also the executive director of RCO.
By Miranda Jesch
Stand and deliver.
By D. Brian Burghart
By Graeme Reid, and Paul Mozen
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
I’m a self-registered member of the Power to the Correct People Party. Are you?
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Michael Lafferty
Neighbors, don’t go quietly into that overdeveloped night.
Fashion boutiques in Reno are becoming as chic as any BCBG sheer warp cardigan, and Lipstick Boutique owner Isha Ferris is at the forefront of making Reno a town with designer style.
Ellen Hopkins writes about meth addiction from her daughter’s point of view.
By Michael Sion
The Claudia Quintet performs at UNR.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Play It Again, Sam asks, “Are you a Woody or a Bogie?”
By Brad Bynum
You could spend an entire afternoon debating the plot holes and impossibilities in Cellular, but sometimes you need to turn your brain off. You’ll enjoy yourself more.
By Bob Grimm
Perhaps unsurprisingly, emo is the perfect genre to express spiritual leanings, and the Christian-leaning band alldaydrive emotes with the energy and talent of any good emo band.
By John Hansen
Acrylic’s front man, Bill Conran, heads to Nashville to pursue a career in music management and start up a record label.
By David Robert
The excellent service is a savory complement to the fine food at Thai Royal House.
By Terina Danielle
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