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Is birth control in danger? Some anti-abortion groups are taking a stand not only against abortion, but also against contraception.
By Kat Kerlin
This article was published on 11.02.06
A look at some of the latest FDA-approved methods of birth control.
Jim Gibbons is facing loss of the “values” voters who have fueled Republican victories in thepast.
By Dennis Myers
In one Nevada Assembly race, one of the candidates is a recluse.
By Carol Cizauskas
It’s politics as usual at the Washoe County Commission. The incumbents have the money and the experience, but the challengers have the ideals.
By D. Brian Burghart
How to tell the difference between two smoking ballot measures.
A Reno City Council race focuses on how to shape and cope with growth.
By Deidre Pike
The elusive Myrna the Minx is creator of Renodiscontent.com, Reno’s No. 1 local blog.
Here are our modest endorsements in races we care about.
This election is enough to make you lose faith in the political system.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Techies be damned—why mess with a good thing?
By Bruce Van Dyke
Harry Reid is going to have to answer to Nevadans next election.
By Michael Lafferty
The Recall Chet Adams campaign seems off to a good start in Sparks, after the Sparks city attorney’s intervention led to the council’s approval of a casino resort to be built on the Pyramid Highway.
Husband and wife poets Ralph Salisbury and Ingrid Wendt find the universal in the personal.
Clogs and the two-step may not be chic, but folk dancing never claimed to be. Fun, on the other hand, is something it can rightfully boast.
By Kris Vagner
By Bobby Hunter
Reno Little Theater is taking a polished, conventional take on Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.
By Ben Garrido
With Borat, you won’t believe what you’ll be laughing at, but you’ll be laughing for sure.
By Bob Grimm
While the music DJ AFS spins produces all kinds of movements on the dance floor, he’s trying to start a musical movement of another kind.
By Erin Granat
L&L Hawaiian Barbecue is the real thing—not the island gourmet masterpieces you might think of as Hawaiian—but the real rice-macaroni-and-Spam thing.
By Dave Kidder
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