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Do you ever wonder why Nevada always comes in first or last on those state-rankings lists?
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 06.23.05
Nevada state legislators trying to crack down on terrorism ended up cracking down on Nevadans.
By Ande Engleman
Deer Creek Park in Sparks gets federal money to repair its swimming pool, a project with a national reputation as pork.
The Virginia City Register has published a grudging retraction of its claims against the competing Comstock Chronicle.
Washoe County commissioners Monday appointed Jeremy Bosler as the new local public defender.
Boxing champ Elena Reid can beat you up, but she sounds like a pretty nice girl. She’ll take the ring in Reno soon.
By Brandon Russell
The writing on the wall suggests a brewing battle for Reno’s oldest commercial building.
The alt-newsweekly conference, and all I came home with was this dang T-shirt.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
If you’re going to go enjoy the area’s hot springs, don’t be a dolt. Park far away and turn the goddamn radio off.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Right Hook joins the ACLU to fight the USA PATRIOT Act. Sort of.
By Michael Lafferty
Being “anti-liberal” doesn’t make you conservative.
By Deidre Pike
When the sun goes down, artist Philippe Mazaud goes out with his camera to record the effect of darkness on empty spaces.
By Kris Vagner
Smog Veil Records brought its Ohio punk/avant-garage influence to Reno and proceeded to release an eclectic library of rock ’n’ roll albums and DVDs.
By Brad Bynum
By Kelley Lang
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
UNR actors’ energetic performances help convey Anton Chekov’s keen sense of human nature, which hasn’t changed much in since the 19th century, in A Triple Dip of Chekhov: Three One-Act Farces.
By Stephanie Perry
Lindsay Lohan is as convincing as one could be talking to a Volkswagen in Herbie: Fully Loaded.
By Bob Grimm
A short review for the home theater enthusiast.
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Kirk Robertson
El Mariachi Cazadores.
Hungry for something a little different? Living on a shoestring? El Salvador Restaurant’s got what you need.
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