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National trend watchers say gayness is becoming so ordinary it’s losing its edge. The people paying attention to gay culture in Reno say there are a few ways to look at it.
By Kris Vagner
This article was published on 08.17.06
Early voting has pitfalls for both voters and candidates.
By Dennis Myers
Jack Joseph’s radio and TV career covers an important period of postwar broadcasting history. This week he’ll be inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
Hot August Nights may be friendly to cars, but it’s sure not friendly to locals.
Nevada’s primary system removes those voters most likely to pick representative representatives.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Michael Lafferty
Josh Wolf was a citizen journalist with a video camera, documenting stories that most media ignore. Now he’s in prison.
By Deidre Pike
Husband and wife design team Charles and Ray Eames made more than 100 short films. See a few this week at the Nevada Museum of Art.
Gay and lesbian literature: Out of the closet and off the shelf.
By Kat Kerlin
By Kelley Lang
Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center contains a visually powerful recreation of Ground Zero, a few strong performances and an honorable core. What it doesn’t have is a consistent sense of quality drama.
By Bob Grimm
Drinking with Clowns has tied together a carnival of sound with an element of silliness.
By Sarah Cook
Timberline Lounge: The people at Bully’s Sports Bar opened a restaurant that’s nothing like them—classy, quiet, Italian and a little gourmet.
By Brad Bynum
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