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The world of music is changing. Tim Schafer and crew decided to close the doors at Soundwave CDs because it looks like hard media is giving way to the digital age.
By Tim Prentiss
This article was published on 05.18.06
U.S. Rep. James Gibbons says he would vote for war all over again.
By Dennis Myers
A gargantuan explosion in Nevada will be used to simulate a nuclear explosion.
A rundown on the immigration voting records of members of Congress representing Northern Nevada.
Alekz Londos is an independent videographer. He’s also what you might call high energy.
By D. Brian Burghart
Nobody had to bring out the military to solve the immigration problem.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Gassing up the car is a bitch, but riding a bike can be, too. How about something in between? Behold, the electric bicycle.
By Bruce Van Dyke
With laws like these, you’d think they’d stay home.
By Michael Lafferty
Explain to me again why we don’t collect a deposit on aluminum cans in Nevada. While you’re at it, remind me why we don’t offer recycling bins on a university campus.
By Deidre Pike
Meet Tara Cuthbert’s imaginary friends in Miniature Worlds: Memories and Myths.
By Katie Palani
You’re graduating college, and your folks are here to celebrate. Now what to do with them? Here’s RN&R’s guide to parental entertainment.
By Kelley Lang
Can your hair hold up against the heat? Tara Macri is the wicked Amber von Tussle in the Pioneer Center’s production of Hairspray.
By Stephanie Perry
Poseidon fails to generate major excitement on any level, and that’s a sad state of things for a film that features a big ocean liner getting flipped by a wave.
By Bob Grimm
A hidden metal influence is lurking within the warm indie rock songs of Real Eyes.
By Brad Bynum
In a town jam-packed with all-you-can eat sushi, head to Kyoto’s for the quality, not just quantity.
By Dave Kidder
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