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The results of valid research are politicized, manipulated, misrepresented and discredited in the name of dogma.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 03.01.07
Presidential candidate Bill Richardson wants to raise the visibility of water as an issue.
The political spotlight moved away from the presidential candidate forum in Nevada.
Jeannie Mason closes out a career in banking.
Check out our series on thought control.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Love, Vegas style, costs.
By Bruce Van Dyke
When it comes to profits, it’s the market that decides what’s fair.
By Michael Lafferty
Turning cold medicine into a prescription drug complicates life needlessly for everyone, especially those 400,000 Nevadans without health insurance.
By Deidre Pike
Edw Martinez had an epiphany on an airplane ride from Guatemala, and doll heads and effigies followed him home.
By Kat Kerlin
Local author Christopher Coake joins Sherman Alexie and Sandra Steingraber in this years Books & Authors series in Reno.
By Cheron Taylor
An “everywoman” tone threads together the 28 different stories of A … My Name is Alice in a way that’s both funny and touching.
By Jessica Santina
The Number 23 is a competent and entertaining screwball of a mystery-thriller.
By Bob Grimm
Fresh off the stage with 30 Seconds to Mars, indie pop rockers This Calendar Year thinks 2007 just might be their, um, year.
By Van Pham
Step into the Westside for a comfy, mom-and-pop breakfast.
By Dave Kidder
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