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It’s the mid-term elections, but with competing questions, contentious candidates and a confused constituency, what’s a voter to do?
By Deidre Pike, Dennis Myers, and Molly Hofmann
This article was published on 10.26.06
The county assessor’s race started out competitive—and then one candidate took a fall.
By Deidre Pike
Republican candidate for governor Jim Gibbons uses museums as a rhetorical symbol of waste.
By Dennis Myers
Nevada’s secretary of state race is probably a historic first/
One of Nevada’s best known tribal leaders has been turned out of office in a dramatic upset.
The White House has stepped up its use of taxpayer funds to conduct a political campaign in Nevada against Ballot Question 7.
Reno author Caryn Colgan’s book Ancient Pact, Volume 1: The Element of Air won a 2006 Best Books Award for New Age Fiction.
By Molly Hofmann
In an election with solid records to examine, Titus comes out on top.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
On Iraq, Foley and just how far down we’ve dumbed in this country.
By Bruce Van Dyke
If Mark Foley were a Democrat, the reaction would have been different.
By Michael Lafferty
This column barely addresses the tale of a sloppy Jim Gibbons walking a drunk Chrissy Mazzeo, 32, to her vehicle so she could drive home.
Using mostly wood and bone, artist Walter McNamara is high-minded and lowbrow in his work, with winks and nods in every corner.
By Chad Sorg
It might look a little creepy, but Day of the Dead looks at fate and laughs.
By Wishelle Banks
By Bobby Hunter
Through the story of two separated twin brothers, Blood Brothers explores how profound effects can be born of arbitrary decisions.
By Jessica Santina
Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette is an effective, enchanting depiction of an innocent girl getting thrown into something she wasn’t prepared for in any way.
By Bob Grimm
Modest, straightforward, potty-mouthed teen punkers, the Add+Ons are surprisingly good.
By Ben Garrido
The new sleek, chic restaurant Jazmine specializes in Asian food, be it sushi, pud thai or fortune cookies.
By Brad Bynum
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