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This year’s short fiction by RN&R readers probes the dark, the light and the rancid sandwich spread in the middle.
By RN&R Readers
This article was published on 07.28.05
Local advocates debated the pros and cons of openness.
By Carol Cizauskas
Gas prices in South Lake Tahoe are the highest in the continental U.S.
By Dennis Myers, and Katie Power
Two young entrepreneurs are importing an eclectic stash of home and garden wares for their new store on Wells Avenue.
By Katie Power
The base closing commission should proceed to cut and reduce in Nevada.
Vacation’s over. It’s back to work time.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Come on, oil companies, prove us green-leaning skeptics wrong and drill without trouncing on ecosystems.
By Bruce Van Dyke
President Bush is a smart guy, and Republican senators should follow his lead on the Supreme Court nomination.
By Michael Lafferty
As long as it remains invisible, Americans like propaganda—with a slimey side of grease.
By Deidre Pike
One of the most prominent auctions of historic Western paintings is thriving in Reno. Yes, Reno.
By Kris Vagner
A group of local motocross racers have been practicing and competing for years. This summer, they’re on their way to the X Games.
By Robert Beaupre
By Kelley Lang
By Soumitro Sen
This year marks the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s first foray into dramatic tragedy.
By Cherie Louise Turner
A tired premise and an unbearable sing-along trump a promising cast, making Just Love Dogs just another date movie.
By Bob Grimm
Photo By Bob Grimm
David Blonski is going backward through the history of musical instruments. Right now he’s on the didgeridoo.
By Tim Prentiss
Hey, those yuppie eateries out on West McCarran are onto something. Emerald City Cafe is a gem whose icy coffee drinks rival those of the megaliths.
By Brandon Russell
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