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John Means has played Elvis for longer than Elvis did.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 08.03.06
A rave that drew 3,000 Utah residents was held just inside the Nevada state line in northeast Nevada.
By Dennis Myers
Members of Congress are allowed to tamper with the record, and this time it may have legal consequences.
Winnemucca Indian Colony members try to regain control.
The proposal for making Nevada’s caucuses one of the early presidential campaign year events is drawing comment.
A judge fails to stop a major media purchase.
The tea shop Se7en offers tea with a kick.
The United States will pay a high price for Israel’s callousness toward civilian casualties.
By Richard Siegel
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Iraqis are killing each other at a furious rate, and we just keep sinking deeper and deeper into the quagmire.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Just because Al Gore says it doesn’t make it true.
By Michael Lafferty
My son asks: “Why?” Perhaps he wants to talk about destiny or a divine plan. There’s a simpler answer: Humans are fragile.
By Deidre Pike
Printmakers’ Conspiracy honors some of the more mysterious aspects of printmaking.
By Chad Sorg
When sustainability is the goal, organic is good but not good enough. Community Supported Agriculture is about getting fresh, homegrown food into local hands and mouths.
By Kat Kerlin
Thomas McGuane’s Gallatin Canyon tells stripped-down stories about regular people.
Reviewed by John Freeman
By Kelley Lang
Come On In by Charles Bukowski.
Reviewed by Kris Vagner
Ryan Knighton’s Cockeyed: A Memoir
Reviewed by Stephanie Perry
With cross dressing, wrestling, and gender-bending, As You Like It is innocently sexy, romantic and fun.
By Stephanie Perry
Miami Vice is a lame parody of the TV series.
By Bob Grimm
The Eraser by Thom Yorke.
By Nick Delehanty
All the Roadrunning by Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris.
By Kirk Robertson
Moody’s Bistro and Lounge brings hot regional jazz and hip hop artists to Truckee to teach free workshops for kids and perform free shows for all.
By Kris Vagner
There’s nothing amazing or innovative at Richie’s Deli, just flavorful, well-crafted sandwiches.
By Brad Bynum
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