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Over the hill and across political divides: A Reno man goes in search of America from the seat of his bicycle.
By Stephen Tchudi
This article was published on 09.15.05
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid has sponsored anti-abortion legislation that has aroused the ire of the evangelical right without stirring up Republican opposition.
By Dennis Myers
A man died at the 2005 Burning Man festival.
By Katie Power
The author of a new book says Republicans are making war on science by putting it it in the service of conservatism instead of letting it follow the evidence where it leads and by misrepresenting scientific findings.
Yeah, George was asleep at the switch. But we gave it him.
Who do you think is the biggest boob in Northern Nevada?
By D. Brian Burghart
If you are wondering about a friend’s behavior, always remember this: Addicts lie.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bush’s foot must taste really good for him to keep sticking it in his mouth like that.
By Bruce Van Dyke
It’s silly to blame George W. Bush for the lack of preparation for Katrina or the slow response.
By Michael Lafferty
Life is fragile.
By Deidre Pike
Art meets life in Nevada Landscape: The Painted Environment, where you can see landscape paintings and the actual landscape.
By Kris Vagner
Tried all the Hollywood products? Want to check out a film from Argentina or 1930? You’re in the right town. Reno’s revival film scene is rolling.
By Brad Bynum
Louise Erdrich’s new novel a haunting story of families and disasters.
Reviewed by John Freeman
By Kelley Lang
Reviewed by Stephanie Perry
Reno Little Theater’s Lives of the Saints is an absurdist romps through big questions and cheap jokes that are still funny.
2046 is a beautiful looking film, but it repeats its unoriginal message in a few too many boring plot threads.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Kirk Robertson
By Stephanie Perry
From ABBA to pop-punk to you-name-it, the courageous, spontaneous, highly adaptable DJ Moxy will play just about anything to make people smile.
Figaro’s serves good pizza with a light, fluffy crust, and the employees amuse with a their light, fluffy humor.
By Miranda Jesch
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