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Ten years after our publisher wrote a controversial prediction regarding daily newspapers, he’s been proven correct on many particulars. What now?
By Jeff vonKaenel
This article was published on 12.14.06
The alternative press is more important to democracy than ever.
Local activists hope the Iraq Study Group’s report is the way out of a hated war.
By Carol Cizauskas
Rep. James Gibbons has missed every voted in the House since the election.
By Dennis Myers
Congress has approved another half million acres for wilderness designation in Nevada.
Tom Young has operated Great Basin Brewery for 13 years.
Reno officials have to do something for Reno residents—like their job.
Let’s move the drug dealers out of downtown.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Malls schmalls. Here are some online organizations that could use your dollars to help those who need them most.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Right Hook takes on the abortion debate with a regular reader.
By Michael Lafferty
Newmont Mining Corp. was freed last week from its responsibilities to the Clean Water Act and to Nevada’s H2O aficionados. Might be time to demand accountability from our elected officials.
By Deidre Pike
If any certainties can be said about Latino art after seeing the exhibit Voces Latinas at the Nevada Museum of Art, it’s that there is not one unified voice among Latino artists.
By Kat Kerlin
Dirty Laundry’s lingerie is designed, made and marketed by three women all under the age of 25.
By Erin Granat
The Commuters by Cheryl Klein.
Reviewed by Matthew Craggs
By Kelley Lang
McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern is one literary journal with enough consistent talent from artists and writers to be worth following.
By Cheron Taylor
The Areas of My Expertise is an “almanac” of half-truths, outright lies and only one fact: author John Hodgman is hilarious.
Reviewed by Molly Hofmann
With Apocalypto and his The Passion of the Christ, Mel Gibson seems to be making an attempt at starting his own subgenre, Historical Horror Bloody Blowouts.
By Bob Grimm
The Handsome Family’s Last Days of Wonder holds one brilliant epiphany after another.
By Kirk Robertson
At age 76, Sonny Rollins proves he’s still a colossus to be reckoned with on Sonny, Please, his first album in five years.
E.J. Maldonado is an emotive acoustic singer-songwriter whose playing field is the human heart.
By Sarah Cook
Now three generations deep, Galletti’s Coney Island Bar is a historic landmark in Sparks and one of the oldest restaurants in Northern Nevada.
By Dave Kidder
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