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The 2005 Nevada Triennial, a diverse line-up of the state’s artists, is a window into what “Nevada art” is all about—if, in fact, there is such a thing.
By Kris Vagner
This article was published on 08.25.05
Triennial artists weigh in on the pros and cons of making art in Nevada.
Around the Truckee Meadows, people inspired by Cindy Sheehan gathered to say, “I protest.”
By Carol Cizauskas
Cindy Sheehan’s home town reacts.
By Dennis Myers
Tahoe Quarterly is getting notice on a national level.
By D. Brian Burghart
A description of women’s studies at UNR.
It was a good year for gay men and women to remember how far they’ve come.
Got a new kid, should I put him to work in the garden?
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
What exactly are we doing in Iraq again?
By Bruce Van Dyke
Call me a nut, but what’s so hard about asking people to take care of themselves?
By Michael Lafferty
At a Reno vigil, a fellowship of progressives kept the flames alive.
By Deidre Pike
The “Trails and Vistas Art Tour” offers a performing-arts fix and a nature fix at the same time.
By Rebecca A. Eckland
With a little innovation, the iPod is a techno-geeks dream come true.
By Nick Sylvester
By Kelley Lang
No powder-pink tutus here. Tatu is a professional ballet about real-life stuff with a rock ’n’ roll soundtrack.
By Jessica Groach-Santina
Terry Gilliam has another troubled production on his hands with The Brothers Grimm.
By Bob Grimm
The members of rock ’n’ roll cover band Audioboxx got to quit their day jobs—kind of.
By Rory Dowd
Lunch at Mi Ranchito impressed even the fussy, out-of-town hipsters.
By Brad Bynum
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