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This article was published on 10.14.04
A new report says Latinos are an ever more important part of the state’s economy.
By Soumitro Sen
By Dennis Myers
Ben Cohen came to Reno, but he wasn’t bringing ice cream. He was bringing fire.
By D. Brian Burghart
The free expression of ideas will damn us all.
It’s great to be the best. Congratulations to all the winners.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
In this election year, there appears to be an unusually high number of Republican supporters who are taking up the role of goons.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Michael Moore flip-flops for Kerry.
By Michael Lafferty
A bike ride that’ll push the reset button for a cluttered mind.
By Deidre Pike
Artist Jeff Griffin treats wood as though it’s perfect in itself. His wooden artistic creations are simple and elegant, adhering to wood’s natural fluidity.
By Miranda Jesch
Don’t throw out those worn Doc Martens. Instead, take them to one of Reno’s many shoe doctors.
By Andrea Gastelum
Stars of the silver screen and of America’s environmental movement are the subjects of two films Cinemareno will screen this weekend: A Star Is Born and Monumental: David Brower’s Fight for Wild America.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Peter Lenz plays cello while L. Martina Young does informed improvisational dance in Cello Dances.
By Stephanie Perry
The misery endured by watching Taxi is not unlike having the stomach flu.
By Bob Grimm
Silhouette’s sound has a definite Radiohead (at its most guitar-oriented) influence, but Silhouette has something Radiohead doesn’t have: a decent rhythm section that moves songs forward.
By John Hansen
Karl from The Hydromatics has taken over the vacancy in The Trainwrecks, and there’s a new band with a great name in town: Get Killed.
By Aaron Alvarez
Hong Kong Diner is great for a simple, easy Chinese meal, and their crab Rangoon passes the picky-boyfriend test.
By Terina Danielle
The analysis shows a very clean election in our latest readers’ poll.
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