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Not ready for the Day of the Dead? These scary pictures and story will put the boo in you.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 10.27.05
One of the area’s best known political activists has left town.
By Dennis Myers
I ain’t afraid of no ghosts.
Cruuuisin’ on a Sunday afternoon.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Pardon the pun, but it’s once again time to fall for the Great Basin’s Cheeto-colored autumnal grandeur.
By Bruce Van Dyke
People who say unpopular things should be silenced.
By Michael Lafferty
Time to think about the implications of that bumper sticker: ‘If it isn’t grown, it’s mined.’
By Deidre Pike
In 1 in 8, the most memorable pieces of art are the ones that express the feminine in unexpected ways.
By Brad Bynum
A trip to the grocery store on a bicycle built for seven evolves into a discussion about the future of human-powered transportation in a rapidly growing city.
By Kris Vagner
By Kelley Lang
It’s not very scary, but if you’ve already watched It’s a Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown on television too many times, Magic Underground’s Ghosts! offers an alternative to the usual Halloween entertainment.
By Stephanie Perry
The director of Doom throws much against the wall to see what will stick. That includes a few good passages and the entrails of many a shot monster.
By Bob Grimm
Seventies-punk-inspired rockers The Flesh Hammers theorize that the more guitar players you have in a punk band, the better.
By Tim Prentiss
Cozy’s seemed like your basic, so-so, all-American diner—until I tried the tater tot, which is a sample of the East Indian flair the restaurant is in the process of adopting.
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