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For young men, first-person shooters are the hottest computer games around. That’s why the Army spent $10 million developing its own. But there’s a catch. Big Brother gets to watch you play.
By Gary Webb
This article was published on 11.04.04
A federal cutback leaves Nevada domestic-battery victims scrambling.
By Dennis Myers
Comic strip artist Brian Crane talks about his work.
The state controller’s fate shouldn’t cost the taxpayers another dime.
In an election as close as this one, satire is often poorly accepted.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
We are entering into the days of darkness.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Illegal aliens undermine American workers. That’s bad.
By Michael Lafferty
Turning Republican, I think I’m turning Republican, I really think so.
By Deidre Pike
Virginia City’s Welcome Grant Art Gallery can be a soothing stop.
By Terina Danielle
These collectors of vintage firefighting equipment make stamp collection seem about as exciting as collecting paint chips.
By Brad Bynum
Reno rolls out the red carpet for independent films, classic films and Hollywood stars during the fifth annual Reno Film Festival.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Hi-diddley-dee, the puppeteer’s life for me.
Jamie Foxx brings Ray Charles back to life in this wonderful biopic.
By Bob Grimm
Pete L’Angelle says the blues aren’t complicated.
By David Robert
Thai Chili offers a peculiar form of addict the fix he’s or she’s looking for.
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