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A small but persistent group is leading a fight against Winnemucca Ranch, a proposed development of 5,700 acres west of Pyramid Lake.
By Carol Cizauskas
This article was published on 05.31.07
Reid uses war funding measure for rider.
By Dennis Myers
Video voyeurs bill passes.
Gibbons alienates Reid and Ensign.
Author Joanne Meschery makes the political personal.
By Kat Kerlin
The Mexican promotes a loving, open-borders, pro-amnesty point of view.
By Gustavo Arellano
Politicians should use wisdom—not hyperbole—when discussing legislation.
There’s an entire wild world that exists under our noses, but we rarely get to see it.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Scenically spectacular Big Bend National Park is a place for desert lovers.
By Bruce Van Dyke
The education-industrial complex can’t do what we want them to. Why would we give them more money?
By Michael Lafferty
The smartass offspring and I are on an odyssey across the Silver State.
By Deidre Pike
Consuelo Bouwer is opening the Catherine Bouwer Gallery out of her home to showcase local artists.
Summit Christian Church is an evangelical Christian church that would appeal to people who like their traditional worship tempered with a modern flair.
Who’s got staying power? Find out with our AA battery test.
By Matthew Craggs
Jim Miller’s Drift asks, are we all drifters in our lives?
Haruki Murakami takes a semi-surreal snapshot of one night in Tokyo in his novella After Dark.
By Cheron Taylor
Nevada actor/playwright Jeanmarie Simpson takes A Single Woman—the story of war critic Jeanette Rankin—from stage to screen.
By Ann Medaille
You’ll see it no matter what we say. You probably already have.
By Bob Grimm
In Don’t Tell Columbus, Graham Parker is as angry and as smartass as ever.
By Kirk Robertson
The delta meets art rock with The Dodos’ Beware of the Maniacs.
Ashton trades screamo/emo for pop-punk on their newest album.
By Grant Whitney Harvey
Moxie’s has a great view, impressive Italian food, and an air of sophistication despite video poker and ESPN at the bar.
By Brad Bynum
Efficiency standards for cars and trucks have not improved since 1985. It’s time for government to mandate higher standards.
By Molly Hofmann
Hey, welcome to Summer Guide 2007. Come on in, the weather’s fine.
By RN&R Staff
Sure it’s hot, Brutus, but let’s go catch a ball.
By Brad Summerhill
With Artown, Dada Motel and the Holland Project, “something for everyone” may finally be more than a tired marketing cliché when it comes to local arts and entertainment.
This summer, get out of the city to try out one of the state’s many hot springs.
By Zack Thomas
These cool spots used to be secret havens for folks trying to beat the heat. No more.
The odds of Brutus taking the handlebar aren’t good, but maybe we can get him a helmet and a sidecar.
RN&R’s top movie picks for the summer based on the most diligent of preview-based research and personal whim.
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