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So a miner, a gambler and a nuclear physicist walk into thisbrothel … Is there anywhere besides Nevada that could provide a punchlineto this joke?
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 06.15.06
Chuck Weller, like many public officials, faced a lot of viciousness.
Kimberly Orenstein has helped make yoga more flexible at Yoga Loka.
By Kat Kerlin
The Nevada Boxing Commission and Senator Harry Reid need to stop running errands.
I’m back. Did you even miss me?.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Leadership requires government to take unpopular actions sometimes, especially with taxes.
By Michael Lafferty
The ideological divide that transcends nations, language barriers.
By Deidre Pike
With the California Worldfest in Grass Valley and the High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy coming up, it’s a good time to go meet the neighbors.
By Kris Vagner
Like Antonya Nelson’s previous collections, Some Fun is not about fun at all, but frailty.
Reviewed by John Freeman
By Kelley Lang
Let My People Go Surfing — a mini review of how Patagonia’s founder learned to stop worrying and love doing the “right thing.”
Reviewed by C.J. Feehan
I Am Not Myself These Days by Josh Kilmer Purcell.
Reviewed by Stephanie Perry
The cast of Love’s Labor’s Lost includes (mostly) capable, funny actors who take their characters to heart and make sense of them.
By Jessica Santina
If you have only vague recollections of the original Omen, this film’s a pretty cool walk down satanic memory lane.
By Bob Grimm
Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan’s Ballad of the Broken Seas
By Kirk Robertson
James McMurtry’s Childish Things
New to Reno, Danielle French’s songs are like stories, where the characters dance drunken waltzes and play on drinking glasses, singing saws, accordions and violas.
The food at the Lodge at Galena is delicious, but it’s the scenery, atmosphere and friendly service that stand up a mile high here.
By Dave Kidder
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