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One thing is clear from this look back: 10 years is a long time.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 02.24.05
A leader of the Nevada labor movement has died.
By Dennis Myers
The first editor of the paper takes a look back.
The readers are the real reason this newspaper has made it 10 years.
In sickness and in health.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Happy birthday, RN&R, from the guy who’s been around a while.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Pedophiles can’t be reformed, but they can be paroled. Here are some things you need to know.
By Michael Lafferty
Women: Just because you’re smart and talented doesn’t mean you have to be a lonely old bitch.
By Deidre Pike
Thirty thousand thumbtacks make one gorgeous piece of art.
By Kris Vagner
Mickey Valentino’s jazz is infused with influences from rock, R&B and even classical music.
By William F. Schley
By Kelley Lang
Men will be men—and also women—in Nevada Rep’s Epicene, Ben Jonson’s 1609 play whose themes, despite the Elizabethan language, are still fresh.
By Jessica Groach
Constantine’s hellbound hero and convincing demon possession make for one of 2005’s first winners.
By Bob Grimm
Remembering Never brings its intelligent (yet unintelligable) message to The Boardwalk this week.
By Alex Baca
Cary Rodda’s Plain Manila Wrapper conceals a quintet of pleasingly sophomoric punk tunes.
By Jason Roberts
People with a penchant for prepossessing piano pieces purport to be pleased by Olga Kern’s presentation.
By Greg La Traille
Local label Blue Bell Records presents retro synth-pop from Rhode Island.
By Dennis Yudt
The world music makers of Sol Jibe plan to take a study trip to Cuba, then come back to Reno and share their knowledge.
By Tim Prentiss
Jungle Vino, sibling and neighbor of Jungle Java, serves good sandwiches in a sophistocated but relaxed environment.
By Brad Bynum
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