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George Orwell’s Big Brother had no idea how much help he was going to have.
By Peter Thompson
This article was published on 11.09.06
People who voted early missed a lot.
By Dennis Myers
Here are the unofficial results of the 2006 General Election.
A veterans group says Democrats have been more supportive of troops than Republicans.
A state court judge in Las Vegas refused to curb the use of public resources for political reasons.
A New York senator helps Nevada’s economy bloom.
Playboy model and Howard Stern favorite Heidi Cortez of Reno steams up your night with her erotic bedtime stories.
By Molly Hofmann
The election is over. Now maybe things can stop happening for a minute.
It’s Monday. Tomorrow could be a great day. Or it could really, really suck.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Nevadans need to stop being so demanding about misprouncing the state’s name.
By Bruce Van Dyke
I’d be a little careful about how much I believe the media reports of a Democratic takeover of Congress.
By Michael Lafferty
Scanning the abysmal morning offerings of Reno’s radio stations, the teens and I discover that public radio isn’t so bad.
By Deidre Pike
The First Reno Festival of New Media shows how, for artists on the forefront of new media now, using computers is second nature, and connectivity is old news.
By Kris Vagner
Gone are the thirst-quenching, beer-in-a-can days of summer. Colder weather brings darker, more thoughtful months—local breweries help you adjust your beer accordingly.
By Ben Garrido
By Bobby Hunter
Verdi’s La Traviata is your classic boy-meets-courtesan, boy-gets-courtesan, boy-loses-courtesan love story.
By Kat Kerlin
The Santa Clause 3 is the stuff direct-to-video movies are made of.
By Bob Grimm
The Copied Copied is a damn good band, and they know it.
By Sarah Cook
Food at the TMCC cafeteria is not something you really want to eat unless you’re already starving, but it’ll do.
By Brad Bynum
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