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Here are a dozen important things Gov. Guinn did during his term.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 12.28.06
It seems all politicians are concerned about how historians will view their tenure. How will history judge Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn?
Nevada Democrats have started a campaign to draft New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson for the presidency.
Mercury has been detected in Wild Horse reservoir.
A Reno pastor made a plea for religious tolerance to his congregation in a Christmas eve sermon.
Steven High reflects on his past 10 years as director of the Nevada Museum of Art before he heads to a new post in Georgia.
By Kat Kerlin
Here are some hopes and wishes for the people of the Truckee Meadows.
It’s the new year. Let’s make some resolutions not to keep.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Celebrating Christmas while the Iraq War rages is kind of like honoring Bill Gates by incinerating a four-story stack of computers.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Michael Lafferty
By Deidre Pike
David Muskin’s black-and-white photography of bikers, babes and “unusual people” cuts through the crap to tell it like it is.
It’s got the pews, the steeple and quite a few people, but this is no typical church—a look inside the Reno Buddhist Church.
By Molly Hofmann
By Kelley Lang
Spirit of Christmas at the Eldorado is a feast of feel-good Christmas smarm, schmaltz and sleigh-rides.
By Wishelle Banks
It sparkles, it’s slick, and we’re not talking about snow here—it’s Dreamgirls
By Bob Grimm
The Rick Hammond Blues Band can move from the cheesiest of poorly executed clichés to spine-tingling trips into musical introspection.
By Ben Garrido
From butternut squash soup to Guiness stout ginger cake, everything at the newly opened Sezmu has a touch of class.
By Dave Kidder
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