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Advocates’ book puts RFID industry on defensive.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 12.08.05
Patents reveal companies’ plans for RFID.
U.S. Rep. James Gibbons of Nevada is working to save an amendment that has drawn opposition around the West.
By Dennis Myers
Joel Rentner moved to Reno and started a club for arts aficionados.
By Kris Vagner
Citizens must take an interest in protecting their own privacy, because politicians won’t do the job.
Everybody tells you to exercise. Just be careful.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Potugal is teeming with plump, eager fish and fuel efficiency.
By Bruce Van Dyke
You want to raise the level of political discourse? You might start by curtailing the personal attacks.
By Michael Lafferty
Newsflash: Wal-Mart didn’t get to be the biggest and richest by fairly competing in the world marketplace.
By Deidre Pike
The back of the Reno Events Center is a place to look at art 24/7.
All I want for Christmas is a coffee-table full of this year’s great-looking, thought-provoking books.
By Kirk Robertson
By Kelley Lang
Dramarama is a smorgasbord of short plays, from comedy to noir.
By Stephanie Perry
Aeon Flux has spots of interest but, for the most part, it’s just a withering sci-fi clone.
By Bob Grimm
The new band Straight Ahead Bluegrass is planting roots fast with its old-time music.
By Kat Kerlin
Dynasty China Bistro serves the kind of straight-up flavors that don’t get lost in a sea of homogeneity.
By Brad Bynum
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