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To help celebrate Gay Pride week in Reno, we asked some local gays how they perceive their city and their sexuality.
By RN&R Staff
This article was published on 08.18.05
U.S. Rep. Jim Gibbons champions offshore drilling.
By Dennis Myers
A Utah legislator is trying to halt Nevada casino advertising.
The liberal radio network Air America is involved in a dispute over its funding.
After three years in a West Virginia teepee, Kent McCracken moved to Reno to set up shop as a photographer and kayak instructor.
By Brandon Russell
George Bush should talk to Cindy Sheehan.
Show some Pride, will ya?
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Thanks to his readers and the power of their pens, Bruce is now officially “sorta strongly against” casino development in Spanish Springs.
By Bruce Van Dyke
If the Muslim fatwa against terrorism is to be more than symbolic, it’s got to be more precise.
By Michael Lafferty
Legal Underage Pornography is a local comedy ’zine that entertains some and offends others.
By Brad Bynum
Tom Gordon produces platinum albums for huge-name stars, but his heart—and his studio—are in Reno.
Terry Allen takes his readers to places he can’t quite remember being.
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
By Kelley Lang
Reviewed by Jason Vagner
Looking for a site to surf?
By Jason Vagner
Anything can fuel a generation-gap conflict. In the play, The Town Without Syntax, it’s grammar.
By Jessica Groach-Santina
Broken Flowers is not for the all-action-movies fans, but Jim Jarmusch’s slow-paced story lets its characters be more like real people than most of their Hollywood peers.
By Bob Grimm
A short review for the home theater enthusiast.
Like your Mideastern-folk-fusion shaken or stirred? Either way, Slow Djinn Fez is emerging as a band of merry musical mixmasters.
By Tim Prentiss
The classy yet unpretentious Beaujolais Bistro satisfies both the adventurous diner and the meat-and-potatoes eater. Oh, and the onion soup is as good as sex.
By Miranda Jesch
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