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Don’t look now, but there’s a giant spider on your shoulder. April Fools!
By Jacque Endometriosis
This article was published on 03.30.06
From our future files.
Journalists stampede Summit Sierra.
By Walter Winch
Old Testament Punishment.
By Ben Domenech
By Hedda Hopi
By Linus R. Cribbed
The Shoshone win a case against the United States, which shows no sign of complying with the judgment.
By Dennis Myers
One of the Jack Carter campaign’s first announcements fizzled.
Christian evangelicals appeared on the UNR campus to talk about sin.
By Katie Palani
Jon Epsteyn, a man, a camera, a thirst for adventure.
By D. Brian Burghart
I’m only half joking when I say rock ‘n’ roll has swung back to the good old days.
There have been inumerable PATRIOT Act abuses of our civil liberties.
By Bob Tregilus
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Too much love could make you crazy, literally.
By Bruce Van Dyke
I’ll take a bad Republican over a good Democrat any day of the week.
By Michael Lafferty
Some wanted to end the war in Iraq. Others at the San Francisco anti-war event merely wanted to smoke cigarettes in California bars.
By Deidre Pike
Jeff Erickson is making sitting more fun. His sculpture of 9-foot-high bird cages is one of seven sculptures/benches to liven up the lanes along Reno’s new train trench.
By Kris Vagner
For people looking beyond the mainstream diet of prepackaged style, vintage and thrift clothes are anything but old-fashioned.
By Kelley Lang
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
Harvard math geeks mix love and numbers on okcupid.com.
Uprooted from New York, Blu is the Creative Performing Arts Center’s resident choreographer and one of Reno’s newest talents.
By Jessica Groach-Santina
Buena Vista makes a half-assed attempt at a horror movie with Stay Alive, and the results are, well, half-assed.
By Bob Grimm
Bukowski: Born Into This, a documentary of poet Charles Bukowski.
By Kat Kerlin
Beth Orton’s Comfort of Strangers
As their name suggests, the collaboration of Love’s Proxy allows them to push each other’s musical limits.
By Susan Winters
By Brad Bynum
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