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You can run, but you can’t hide from the monster inside you.
By Peter Thompson
This article was published on 03.16.06
The Pine Middle School shooting marks the first in the district for decades. How safe are our schools?
By Dennis Myers, and Kat Kerlin
U.S. Senate Democrats ran for cover when one Democrat proposed censure, but Harry Reid called for debate on the idea.
By Dennis Myers
A cultural program about the Paiutes of the Great Basin showed the need for preserving Native language.
By Katie Palani
Nevada’s new mercury regulations have adjoining states upset.
Michael Archer has published a book about the battle of Khe Sanh, which he experienced.
The war on Iraq passes another milestone as the third anniversary comes and goes.
Send us your stories, art, photography for our annual teen issue.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Three years and still fighting—thoughts on the anniversary of the Iraq War.
By Bruce Van Dyke
The USA PATRIOT Act is reformed and nenewed. Now what was the problem with it?
By Michael Lafferty
Marching with the women at UNR.
By Deidre Pike
Melissa Haviland’s Choose Your Weapon exhibit shows we may be no better than Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle Dum, arming ourselves with everyday objects.
By Kat Kerlin
Franz Ferdinand is bringing their reinvigorated dance-rock to the Reno masses.
By Nick Miller
By Erin Sierchio
By Kelley Lang
In the Desert of Desire: Las Vegas and the Culture of Spectacle by William F. Fox.
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
Purple tights, unicycles, superstition and fantasy are all part of life in the circus for Balagan performer and artistic director Alexander Chervotkin.
By Stephanie Perry
The Hills Have Eyes is everything a horror film should be and more.
By Bob Grimm
Monty Python’s Personal Best DVD collection.
Plans by Death Cab for Cutie.
By Kirk Robertson
Let it Die by Feist.
Above All Things summons melodic emotion and heartache within a crashing, bashing, wall of sound.
By Sarah Cook
Giving a faster bang for your buck, Bangkok Cuisine Express serves quality Thai food at breakneck speeds.
By Brad Bynum
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