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The 10 big stories the nation’s major news media refused to cover last year.
By Sarah Phelan
This article was published on 09.21.06
Do city attorneys and other public lawyers represent the public or public officials?
By Dennis Myers
Tony Pehle has enticed hundreds of adults to relive their playground years by nailing each other with rubber balls.
By Ben Garrido
Hey, if you don’t know who to vote for, don’t vote. We won’t hold it against you.
We won a bunch of awards at the Nevada Press Association’s Annual Better Newspaper Contest.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Thanks to Burning Man for throwing the Greatest Party in the West.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Bush is neither a conservative nor a liberal. He’s kind of hard to pin down.
By Michael Lafferty
Kurt Vonnegut said it best in a recent interview: “We’re going crazy, going crazy about petroleum. It’s a drug like crack cocaine.”
By Deidre Pike
Joe McNally’s Faces of Ground Zero are displayed on Sierra Spirit buses now through October 11.
By Kat Kerlin
Reno diners can thank immigrants for some of their favorite culinary mainstays.
By Marnee Benson
Jonathan Franzen doesn’t speak to the heart in The Discomfort Zone the way he did in The Corrections.
Reviewed by John Freeman
By Kelley Lang
Noir thriller about a guy named Driver who drives.
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
Penguin Books releases a 20th anniversary edition of Neil Postman’s Amusing Ourselves to Death, which is as timely as ever.
Reviewed by Dennis Myers
Arthur Miller’s heartbreaking story Death of a Salesman, performed this month by Proscenium Players, hits home just as hard today as it did half a century ago.
By Jessica Santina
Gridiron Gang is a cliché ridden, almost inspiring but ultimately facile entry into the high school football movie genre.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
People Gonna Talk by James Hunter.
By Kirk Robertson
Tucked away inside the Hotel El Cortez, this Vietnamese restaurant is one pearl worth hunting for.
By Dave Kidder
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