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Artist Joseph DeLappe—a.k.a. “dead-in-iraq”—creates a memorial by playing Army.
By Kat Kerlin
This article was published on 01.11.07
Peace protesters seem ill-equipped for the next stage of ending the war.
By Dennis Myers
Omar Hernandez knows good quality when he lights it up.
By D. Brian Burghart
There are days when it’s easier to get things done than other days.
Cole Campbell, dean of UNR’s Reynolds School of Journalism, died in a car accident on Jan. 5.
By Deidre Pike
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Monica goes to school, Mel goes for the gut, Bruce goes back on the air and then gets a sandwich at P.R. Picasso’s.
By Bruce Van Dyke
By Michael Lafferty
An impressive amount of energy is pumping out of Reno’s art community in support of the Holland Project, an in-the-works, all-ages art space for and by youth.
By Kelley Lang
Border-Lines is a new scholarly journal from UNR’s Latino Research Center.
Reviewed by Kris Vagner
Misihima’s Sword by Christopher Ross.
Reviewed by Cheron Taylor
Children of Men is Alfonso Cuaron’s nightmarish vision of the future, shot beautifully, with an ending that could be taken two ways.
By Bob Grimm
On Honey from the Tombs, Amy Millan takes on the eternals: love, loss and whiskey.
By Matthew Craggs
Ray Wylie Hubbard’s Snake Farm is a place where heartaches and grease are the calling cards of sin and redemption.
By Kirk Robertson
Pianist and Juilliard student Rachel Kudo performs with the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra for MasterClassics 4.
By Ann Medaille
For our reviewer and 17 of his friends, Bertha Miranda’s proved up to the challenge—serving fast and friendly, fresh-from-the-oven Mexican meals.
By Dave Kidder
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