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When James Frey told his lies, he attempted to cut a life line to millions of addicts.
This article was published on 02.02.06
Monthly credit card payments could be going up.
By Dennis Myers
Critics of a new proposed admissions policy for Nevada’s universities say those who will be hurt most should be consulted.
By Dennis Myers, and Katie Palani
The Environmental Protection Agency has taken a turn for the worse, and it began in Nevada.
Does it seem obvious that your intuition can tell you something about your body?
By D. Brian Burghart
Nevada’s process for citizen’s intiatives and referenda should be reformed.
Another conference to inspire and depress.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
The search for the elusive Red-Faced Randy Banterer comes up short on a border-town birding excursion.
By Bruce Van Dyke
When you are exercising your rights, be sensitive to those whose family members fight.
By Michael Lafferty
We welcome Big Brother, especially when he shows up with a credit card you can use to earn free airline tickets.
By Deidre Pike
Invited from the Heart, a Sheppard Gallery Valentine exhibit and auction, explores love in all its merciless, befuddling splendor.
By Kris Vagner
As big hair and indulgent guitar solos give way to simpler do-it-yourself punk and emo chords, could the guitar solo be past its prime?
By Chase Carpenter
By Kelley Lang
Real life goodfellas write a fast-paced novel of life and murder in the mob.
Reviewed by Lee Christopher
Finland’s The Snow Show is captured in all its chilly splendor on the pages of this exhibition catalogue.
Reviewed by Kris Vagner
The set comes from Utah. The director’s from Minnesota. That’s just what you have to do to produce an opera in Reno.
For a painfully feel-good boxing movie you’ve already seen 100 times, check out Annapolis.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Kat Kerlin
By Kirk Robertson
From folk-singing roots in South Dakota, the Grace Gatsbies’ front woman has become electrified by rock-and-roll.
Hot Diggity Dogs does one thing, and it does it well. You guessed it—hot dogs.
By Brad Bynum
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