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Can eating (a lot) less help humans to live longer, healthier lives?
By Brittany Schaeffer
This article was published on 11.30.06
TMCC dean accused of disparity in his handling of complaints against different students.
By Dennis Myers, and Molly Hofmann
Writer and UNR professor Gailmarie Pahmeier is a 2007 Governor’s Arts Award recipient.
By Kat Kerlin
It’s Christmas. Do you know where your identity is?
AT&T delivered their new phone books while many people were gone for the weekend. What the hell were they thinking?
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Smoking up with Mom—for her health.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Michael Lafferty
Dr. Eric Keroack, Bush’s appointee to run our nation’s family planning services, has warped views about contraception.
By Deidre Pike
Melisa Kerns lives a double life as a 9-to-5er and an artist who tells tortured tales of herself.
By Wishelle Banks
The mall again? Whether from Nevada artisans or your own two hands, make it local this holiday season.
By Molly Hofmann
By Kelley Lang
Bruka’s The Buttcracker reminded me of the living-room productions my little sister would put on after she saw the ballet for the first time. That might not sound like a compliment, but it is.
By Brad Bynum
In For Your Consideration, Christopher Guest takes a satirical direct hit on publicity hounds who manage to turn junk cinema into Oscar contenders.
By Bob Grimm
David Calkins opened a real-live, bricks-and-mortar CD shop called Discology in Reno last week.
By Kris Vagner
Kokopelli Fresh Mexican Grill offers good American-style Mexican food served with a smile and a small bill.
By Dave Kidder
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