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Here are the winners and runners up for our annual short-fiction contest.
By RN&R Readers
This article was published on 07.27.06
Moving the Democratic presidential caucuses up to February may be great for party leaders, but it may not serve the voters.
By Dennis Myers
U.S. Representative James Gibbons voted on both sides of voting rights and gay marriage.
Ron Smith retires from broadcasting.
Media should report about the problems this country should be concerned with.
Yes, I did receive the e-mail you sent me promoting your Labor Day sale.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Homage to the late Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Michael Lafferty
At Java Jungle in downtown Reno, U.S. Senate candidate Jack Carter chats with Renoites about war, executive powers and getting in touch with his inner Nevadan.
By Deidre Pike
The audio book Lake Tahoe Voices moves beyond the glitz and glamour to get at Tahoe’s roots, summoning voices from its history.
By Rob Brockmeyer
Reno’s not always kind to live jazz musicians, but drummer Tony Savage has managed to make it work for 35 years.
By William F. Schley
Othello isn’t a feel-good play, and it definitely doesn’t have a happy ending, but it makes for an excellent night of entertainment if you’re willing to make the drive to Sand Harbor.
By Stephanie Perry
With Clerks II, director Kevin Smith has made a sequel worthy of the original.
By Bob Grimm
Shouting, banging, running from drum-to-drum, this is community making, Japanese Taiko drummer style.
By Kris Vagner
After more than 25 years in the business, Johnny’s Ristorante Italiano has learned a few things about how to satsify a customer.
By Dave Kidder
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