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At Great Basin Institute, saving the planet means everything from reading Thoreau to building a trail—or even chopping down a tree.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 12.15.05
With the video release of Cinderella Man, Max Baer Jr. renews his objections to its portrayal of his father.
By Dennis Myers
A blogger has posted hints on how to get around corporate phone menus.
Sign painter Luis Lopez brings holiday cheer to Reno walls and windows.
By Kat Kerlin
Initiative petitions and similar tools are for the use of ordinary people, and politicians and corporations should butt out.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
How rebate checks become voter bait for politicians.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Republicans stand with resolve in the face of changing circumstances in Iraq.
By Michael Lafferty
A child’s gift of hair demonstrates the real spirit of the season.
It’s a good time to drive up the hill; TMCC’s three galleries are featuring one of this season’s most dynamic selections in visual art.
By Kris Vagner
Why Xbox 360 has relatively normal people lined up at midnight amid ladies pink sleepwear and how the mega-console may change the face of gaming forever.
By Nick Dawson
By Kelley Lang
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
Reviewed by Stephanie Perry
Neither “Grimm” nor Grinchy, The Brothers Grinch! is a riotous ode to Christmas, kids and dancing.
By Miranda Jesch
The Chronicles of Narnia’s transition to the big screen is a snowy yawn of a yarn.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Zoe Liou
By Kirk Robertson
Chthonic Youth, a loose rearrangement of Arabella, plays a mix of hardcore, post-punk and proto-Goth.
By Brad Bynum
Blue Moon Gourmet Pizza is among the burgeoning California Avenue’s many hip, new delights.
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