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If the U.S. Supreme Court changes its mind on abortion, Nevada state legislators won’t have the options other states’ lawmakers have.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 04.13.06
Michael Milken has become a familiar behind the scenes Nevada figure.
Students at UNR want the four “free speech zones” expanded to include the entire campus.
By Katie Palani
Through the personal portraits and stories of 60 people struggling with mental illness, Michael Nye shows us the fragile boundary between control and vulnerability with his exhibit Fine Line.
By Kat Kerlin
By D. Brian Burghart
Someday, we’ll look back on this immigration debate and say, “Ay, carumba!”
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Musical selections with help from Rolling Stone.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Shouldn’t school administrators give a little bit of slack to new charter schools?
By Michael Lafferty
In the wake of his naughty April Fool’s joke on Jim Gibbons, I rescind any negative thoughts I’ve had about Republican Bob Beers.
By Deidre Pike
If you think Russian icons look awkward and unrealistic, its makers were just doing their job.
By Chad Sorg
Think poetry is just for dead white guys? No way. National Poetry Month is going strong in April. Here are 10 books to get you started.
By Kirk Robertson
By Kelley Lang
Company by Max Barry.
Reviewed by Stephanie Perry
Mini-review of Mapes Hotel and Casino: The History of Reno’s Landmark Hotel by Patty Cafferata.
Reviewed by Sherril Steele-Carlin
Moonlit Arabian Nights gives the classic Middle Eastern tales of Scheherazade a twist with bellydancing, ballet and music.
By Stephanie Perry
The Benchwarmers has a straight-faced, bold approach to bad taste that ultimately makes it a demented treat.
By Bob Grimm
This lyrical, flowing live recording is a collaboration between two musical masters.
Black Cadillac by Roseanne Cash.
The No Nothing Party knows something about party-punk music.
By James Dilworth
The bilingual, action-movie-star loving Semenza’s Pizzeria is a Latino pre-teen’s dream. Not bad for English-speaking adults, either.
By Brad Bynum
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