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Money to protect the homeland is being allocated not on the basis of need but of congressional pull.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 10.06.05
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid is being pressured to allow a vote on the latest Supreme Court nomination.
Northern Nevada got an eyeful with the Supermoto A-Go-Go.
By R.V. Scheide
Two first ladies visited Reno to promote child immunization.
By Carol Cizauskas
A study of humankind’s impact on the planet shows Nevada remains remote.
Utah Sen. Robert Bennett withdrew his support for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump.
Singer Maria DeBarros talks about moving from Africa to the United States and falling in love with Mexican culture.
By Kris Vagner
Keep your cool on the road, but remember the Spaghetti Bowl construction when it comes time to vote.
The Beach Boys had it right: What we need is an endless summer.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Reno is starting to look like it might end up with a real, serviceable downtown.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A new spin on the old story of the ants and the grasshopper.
By Michael Lafferty
A peek into your children’s future, thanks to corporate-mongering U.S. Supreme Court justices.
By Deidre Pike
Artists express their concerns about free expression in the ACLU-sponsored exhibit, 1984 + 20 - Art for Post 9/11.
By Jessica Groach-Santina
As Nevada’s urban casinos try to figure out how to deal with declining numbers of tourists, lounge singers say the glamour and prestige of performing in casinos ain’t what it used to be.
By William F. Schley
By Kelley Lang
In between comical high notes, Brüka Theatre’s double bill, Oh, Hell!, keeps misplacing its mojo.
In Curtis Hanson’s latest movie, In Her Shoes, three actresses at the top of their games take a story that could’ve been a schmaltzy flop and make it shine.
By Bob Grimm
Classical music isn’t boring. You just have to listen to the right stuff.
Taqueria Superior splits the difference between gourmet Mexican cuisine, cheap fast food, and the divier, “more authentic” places.
By Brad Bynum
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