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Craigslist marches through Reno on the way to conquering the world.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 11.10.05
Community is the element that separates Craigslist from the rest.
U.S. Senator Harry Reid took the senate into closed session to demand an investigation of the run-up to the war.
By Dennis Myers
Groups protesting military recruitment on campus were sued by the UNR College Republicans.
A soldier returns to his home church.
A local fencing instructor says it’s all in the feet.
By Kris Vagner
UNR’s president, John Lilley, is leaving for Texas.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Sometimes it seems like the end of the world is near, and I’m not talkin’ about the bird flu.
By Bruce Van Dyke
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals want to teach children to fear their fathers.
By Michael Lafferty
Teaching the 21-year-olds to drink and gamble responsibly because, well, somebody’s got to.
By Deidre Pike
Art Source Gallery’s Houses for Habitat is a group exhibit about the idea of “home” and a fundraiser to help a few families get houses.
For a local Basque club, it’s not all beret and sheepherding. Basque culture also includes film, poetry and rock ’n’ roll.
By Van Pham
By Kelley Lang
Here’s one instance where you can judge a book by its cover. In The Curious Savage, acting and direction live up to the set’s high level of craftsmanship.
By Jessica Groach
By Bob Grimm
Area blues artists are getting together to play a benefit show for the Veterans Guest House.
By Carol Cizauskas
Notes on the local music scene.
By David Robert
We’d make a concession for India Kebab and Curry to have a few glitches because it’s new, but we don’t have to.
By Brad Bynum
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