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Teenage twins Matt and Reggie Parker show what the world looks like from the edge of adulthood.
By Kris Vagner
This article was published on 07.14.05
Sen. Harry Reid tries to adjust to being under a microscope.
By Dennis Myers
Nevada’s senators voted on CAFTA.
Local political experts comment on the prospect of Reno Mayor Bob Cashell as a candidate for governor.
There’s an artists’ colony west of Reno.
Odd to be naming Judy Miller a First Amendment heroine for protecting the likes of Karl Rove.
Calm words in the midst of a political mess.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Party too hard at Pyramid Lake to make it to the tent, but no hard enough to forget last week’s scorpion count? Don’t worry; just sleep really close to the shoreline.
By Bruce Van Dyke
After decades of liberal leadership, isn’t it fair to give some conservatives a chance with public broadcasting?
By Michael Lafferty
I exercised my buns off all winter—and my reward was this: an excruciating trek up a godforsaken hill.
By Deidre Pike
Want to make a movie? Move to Reno.
In Reno, the art-making establishment and the anti-establishment get along pretty well. The month of Artown, formerly known as July, is a good time to go check them both out.
By Kelley Lang
Reviewed by Brandon Russell
Brüka Theatre’s flamoyant, fascinating As Bees In Honey Drown reminds us that, deep down, we’re all a bunch of celebrity-obsessed voyeurs.
By Stephanie Perry
Wedding Crashers gains impressive comic momentum, then loses it when things start to go far too well.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Kirk Robertson
The Mark Castro Band want to set the record straight: It’s not the Tommy Castro band, and they play classic rock, not blues.
By Tim Prentiss
Notes on the local music scene.
By Brandon Russell, and David Robert
Opa is in a parking lot and it’s often crammed, but the Greek-Italian restaurant’s claim of “food for the gods” is no joke.
By Brad Bynum
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