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Sophisticated abuses of language are used to manipulate the public.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 05.03.07
A proposed new water agency for Reno/Sparks arouses suspicion.
Earth Day news coverage is often shallow.
Two states tell the feds to stick it on Real ID.
New Pyramid tribe chair is elected.
By Wishelle Banks
Ray Seapno brings hip-hop and indie rockers together to perform for this weekend’s YAM Jam—Youth Against Meth.
By Kat Kerlin
Fostering love, understanding and acceptance among mexicanos and estadounidenses since 2007.
By Gustavo Arellano
There is a way to protect ourselves from manipulation.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
On movies and the end of human civilization.
By Bruce Van Dyke
You gotta love government by the people.
By Michael Lafferty
The Holland Project in Reno promises more than just another all-ages music venue.
By Deidre Pike
Not specifically erotic or macabre, B.O.D.Y. points to our fascination with the human vessel.
By Chad Sorg
Geocachers armed with GPS units span the globe in search of hidden treasure. The Great Basin and Eastern Sierra Geocachers is our region’s oldest group of of modern-day scavenger hunters.
By Chris Schipper
Grace Church’s Living Stones services will inspire and provoke younger congregants.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video games have grown up.
By Matthew Craggs
Marc Fisher’s Something in the Air traces the history of radio from Wolfman Jack to Howard Stern.
By Kirk Robertson
This book recommends different workouts based on your astrological sign. Who says diets don’t work?
Cyrano de Bergerac: A love story of two men, a woman and one very large nose.
By Ann Medaille
Spider-Man 3 is easily the most disappointing Spidey film to date.
By Bob Grimm
The $30 for a Bill Moyers documentary on the news coverage of Bush plans to go to war is worth the price.
Feist’s The Reminder is indie pop at its best.
Bella Voce women’s choir adapt their ”pretty voices” to jazzy lullabies and stirring gospels for their spring concert.
By Susan Winters
Hong Le is nothing fancy—just good, fun eats.
By Brad Bynum
A chemical engineer calls for speed in settling the nuclear-waste storage issue.
By Molly Hofmann
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