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Some kids are just happy to go to a few all-ages shows of their favorite bands and rock out to the music. For others, “all-ages” is almost political—a way of life that takes them beyond that hallowed age of 21.
By Kat Kerlin
This article was published on 06.08.06
Yucca Mountain is becoming ensnarled in the congressional lobbying scandal.
By Dennis Myers
One of Nevada’s most influential political activists, Maya Miller, has died.
Sen. Harry Reid’s acceptance of freebies has drawn wide comment.
Scholar Alicia Barber is writing a cultural portrait of Reno.
The new DOE team is not better than previous ones.
By Bob Loux
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Major doses of hydro-vitality in the Humbolt Basin mean a whole new playground for those who like to goof around in the water.
By Bruce Van Dyke
One of the great things about being a conservative is that there is very little gray area when it comes to life.
By Michael Lafferty
Bars are the last outposts of American culture.
By Deidre Pike
Yeah, they’re just chairs, but 100 Years/100 Chairs also tells us a surprising amount about where and who we’ve been.
Willy Vlautin’s songs and stories focus on the down-and-out, tears-in-the-beer characters that haunt the romantically sordid dives of downtown Reno.
By Kelley Lang
Dope by Sara Gran.
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
Finding Betty Crocker by Susan Marks.
Reviewed by Sherril Steele-Carlin
Epic Proportions manages to portray a cast of thousands with only a handful of actors.
By Stephanie Perry
The Break-Up wrings laughs out of a painful situation while giving its stars a chance to do some legitimate acting.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Skeet Townley
Springtime Can Kill You by singer-songwriter Jolie Holland.
Cheerfully resigned to the term “frat rock,” Livitz Livitz cranks out aggressive tracks marked with Beastie Boys-worshiping, ska-twinged charisma.
By Kris Vagner
Aside from good pizza, Bear’s Pizza makes a mean Greek salad.
By Brad Bynum
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